Back by POPULAR DEMAND  Richard Howell , Frank Martin, Fred Randolph, Deszon Claiborne will return to the beautiful Throckmorton theatre and once again perform the music of John Coltrane's  "A LOVE SUPREME". The January 19,2019 (see poster below) event was well documented and celebrated as a most spirited event . 

Tickets will go on sale Spring 2019 just stay tuned and mark the date JUNE 15,2019  

Events

Richard Howell and dawsondancesf  last year 2018 August 24-25 presented; MANGAKU   at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts  it was two nights of pure joy that will be remembered for a long time  (purchase the music on this website store-enjoy)

Richard Howell and dawsondancesf last year 2018 August 24-25 presented; MANGAKU at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts it was two nights of pure joy that will be remembered for a long time (purchase the music on this website store-enjoy)

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Richard Howell | Jan. 19  For decades after the 1965 release of A Love Supreme, John Coltrane’s sublime meditation on the divine was rarely tackled by fellow jazz musicians, but the four-part suite has become something of a 21st-century standard. There’s no saxophonist in the Bay Area better equipped to navigate Trane’s ecstatic flights than Richard Howell, an exploratory improviser who infuses every note he plays with the bedrock truth of the blues. He returns to his home base, Mill Valley’s Throckmorton Theatre, with bassist Fred Randolph, drummer Deszon Claiborne, and pianist Frank Martin, a similarly versatile player who’s performed with the likes of Herbie Hancock, John McLaughlin, Dizzy Gillespie, Al Jarreau, and Sting. -Andrew Gilbert

Richard Howell | Jan. 19 For decades after the 1965 release of A Love Supreme, John Coltrane’s sublime meditation on the divine was rarely tackled by fellow jazz musicians, but the four-part suite has become something of a 21st-century standard. There’s no saxophonist in the Bay Area better equipped to navigate Trane’s ecstatic flights than Richard Howell, an exploratory improviser who infuses every note he plays with the bedrock truth of the blues. He returns to his home base, Mill Valley’s Throckmorton Theatre, with bassist Fred Randolph, drummer Deszon Claiborne, and pianist Frank Martin, a similarly versatile player who’s performed with the likes of Herbie Hancock, John McLaughlin, Dizzy Gillespie, Al Jarreau, and Sting. -Andrew Gilbert