Jazz Legend Herbie Hancock Plays Rio’s Km de Vantagens Hall Tonight

The 78-year-old musical pioneer is coming to Rio off the back of a show-stopping performance at the Credicard Hall in São Paulo on Saturday, November 17th, where he wowed the crowd with a whirlwind tour through his six decade long career.

By Jack Arnhold, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – This Monday, November 19th, legendary jazz pianist Herbie Hancock stops by at Rio’s Km de Vantagens Hall, in Barra da Tijuca, to play a one-off concert as part of his 2018 tour. This performance in Rio is only one of two concerts he is playing in Brazil this year.

As a member of the legendary Miles Davis Quintet, Hancock established his reputation as a pioneer and innovator, developing not only new approaches to jazz composition and performance, but also to the way jazz was recorded in the studio.

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