Miguel Zenón

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Miguel Zenón
The achy precision in alto saxist Miguel Zenón's tone was apparent from the moment he arrived in New York from Berklee College of Music in the late ’90s. But as he took on starring roles in the SFJazz Collective, Guillermo Klein’s Los Guachos and Charlie Haden’s Land of the Sun ensemble, his playing, once fluidly cerebral, became rapturously direct. Zenón, who won a MacArthur "genius" grant in 2008, comes to Carnegie Hall with a prodigious large-ensemble project, "Identities are Changeable: Tales from the Diaspora."
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