Music: Rayford Griffin

6 pm | Fri, July 20, 2018
BP Grand Entrance
Rayford Griffin has been internationally respected as among the most inventive, volcanic, and versatile drummers in music, having worked with artists ranging from Jean-Luc Ponty to George Duke, Dave Koz to Michael Jackson. Griffin’s recent recording “Reflections of Brownie” pays tribute to his uncle, Clifford Brown, the late trumpeter known for his classic recordings with Max Roach and Sarah Vaughan and his compositions “Joy Spring” and “Daahoud.”

Part of the Jazz at LACMA series.

LACMA | BP Grand Entrance
Free and open to the public
Note: Please review the museum's policy on alcohol at outdoor events before you attend.
Jazz at LACMA is a smoke-free program. 
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Jazz at LACMA is made possible by generous support from Yvonne Hessler in memory of Gordon Hessler, D.G.A. and in part by a grant from the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs. Broadcasts are made possible through the support of the office of Los Angeles County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl. Promotional support is provided by media sponsor KJAZZ 88.1. 

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Image courtesy of Rayford Griffin.

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