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Immanuel Wilkins

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Saturday, March 25
7:30 pm
Cost: Available with Jazz Series Subscription through Sept. 15
Single tickets on sale in August
Jazz saxophonist and composer Immanuel Wilkins uses his music to explore critical thought, spirituality, and the Black experience.

Virtuosic saxophonist and composer Immanuel Wilkins' debut album, Omega, was named the #1 Jazz Album of 2020 by The New York Times. Wilkins has since released a second album, The 7th Hand, with his quartet featuring Micah Thomas on piano, Daryl Johns on bass, and Kweku Sumbry on drums. His riveting music is filled with empathy and conviction, inspired by what the quartet's music would sound like with a hand from divine intervention. The Brooklyn-based, Philadelphia-raised artist's work explores elements of critical thought, spirituality, and the Black experience.

Immanuel Wilkins | Tiny Desk (Home) Concert

To save 20% on tickets and secure prime seating, purchase a Jazz Series Subscription, which includes this event and five other exciting jazz performances.
    • Subscription Seating Zone A: $226
    • Subscription Seating Zone B: $190
    • Subscription Seating Zone C: $154

To learn more about the different seating zones, visit our Jazz Series page.

Single tickets will be available for purchase starting in August 2022. Union Members save 10% on full-price tickets!
    • Tickets: $45
    • UW-Madison Students: $12
    • Youth (17 and under): $20
    • Virtual: $25

 

Click here for the most up-to-date information about COVID-19-related health and safety protocols.

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Virtuosic saxophonist and composer Immanuel Wilkins' debut album, Omega, was named the #1 Jazz Album of 2020 by The New York Times. Wilkins has since released a second album, The 7th Hand, with his quartet featuring Micah Thomas on piano, Daryl Johns on bass, and Kweku Sumbry on drums. His riveting music is filled with empathy and conviction, inspired by what the quartet's music would sound like with a hand from divine intervention. The Brooklyn-based, Philadelphia-raised artist's work explores elements of critical thought, spirituality, and the Black experience.

Immanuel Wilkins | Tiny Desk (Home) Concert

To save 20% on tickets and secure prime seating, purchase a Jazz Series Subscription, which includes this event and five other exciting jazz performances.
    • Subscription Seating Zone A: $226
    • Subscription Seating Zone B: $190
    • Subscription Seating Zone C: $154

To learn more about the different seating zones, visit our Jazz Series page.

Single tickets will be available for purchase starting in August 2022. Union Members save 10% on full-price tickets!
    • Tickets: $45
    • UW-Madison Students: $12
    • Youth (17 and under): $20
    • Virtual: $25

 

Click here for the most up-to-date information about COVID-19-related health and safety protocols.

Event Categories

THEATER SEASON

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