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Onstage — Vibes of Brazil: Bert Dalton and co.

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Posted: Friday, June 6, 2014 5:00 am

Pianist Bert Dalton describes his music in the Brazil Project as “a blend of traditional and contemporary Brazilian jazz, combining samba and bossa nova rhythms, fiery percussion, and Latin improvisations.” The combo — with bassist Rob “Milo” Jaramillo, singer Patty Stephens, drummer John Bartlit, and percussionist Frank Leto — plays in the Music on the Hill series at St. John’s College (1160 Camino de Cruz Blanca) at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, June 11. The six-year-old Brazil Project is one of Dalton’s several  bands over the years. Many Santa Feans remember his long run at La Fonda, first with his Yoboso group in the late 1990s and then with his trio — which returns to the hotel on June 25 and 26. For details on the June 11 gig, call 505-984-6000 or see www.sjc.edu/events-and-programs

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