Virtual Jazz at MOCA
February 26 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Join MOCA and WDNA the last Friday of each month from 7:00 to 8:00PM for the best in new jazz sounds with your host Carter Jackson Brown broadcasting live from the WDNA Jazz Gallery. Each month features the best of South Florida’s young, brave and innovative jazz musicians.
There are several ways to join the concert!
- Watch the video live stream here at WDNA.org
- Listen to the audio on your radio at 88.9fm
- Stream the audio at WDNA.org
Feb. 26, 2021, 7 – 8p EST: Jean Caze Quintet
Jean Caze has emerged as one of today’s newest voices in jazz. Jean’s experience includes performing with legendary artists including Herbie Hancock, Aretha Franklin, Michael Bublé, Mariah Carey, Al Jarreau, Roy Hargrove, Arturo Sandoval, and George Duke. Growing up in Queens, New York, Haitian-American Jean Caze began playing the trumpet at age nine and went on to be awarded numerous scholarships while attending some of the country’s top musical institutions, including the Julliard MAP (Music Advancement Program), where he received his first formal training and the Queens College CPSM (Center for Preparatory Studies in Music) program. Jean’s diverse musical abilities won him numerous awards and recognition, including a free trumpet from VH1’s Save the Music program while in Junior High School, and the opportunity to perform with the elite GRAMMY High School Jazz Band during the 2000 GRAMMY Awards ceremony.
JAZZ at MOCA is South Florida’s longest running free jazz concert.
WDNA is South Florida’s preeminent jazz radio station.
This collaboration will reach a global audience via WDNA.org and locally via 88.9 on the FM Radio Dial.
Carter Jackson Brown is best known for Brainville on WDNA where he asks, “What is the true essence of Jazz? What is its History? What is its Mystery?”