PLEASE NOTE NEW DATE: This event has been rescheduled for April 11. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Da Camera’s A Little Day Music is the longest running free concert series in Houston.
April’s concert will be a Jazz Appreciation Month celebration.
Daniel Dufour and Friends
Woody Witt, saxophone; Glenn Ackerman, bass; Daniel Dufour, drums
Daniel Dufour, raised in Willis, Texas, is a freelance percussionist whose influences cover many genres of music. After receiving a Bachelor’s Degree in Percussion Performance at Sam Houston State University, Daniel moved to Austin, Texas where he received his Master’s Degree in Jazz Studies at The University of Texas at Austin. While living in Austin, Daniel has had the opportunity to play with many great musicians including Pete Rodriquez, Gabriel Santiago, Justin Vasquez, Lynn Seaton, Mitch Watkins, Suzi Stern, Andre Hayward, Ephraim Owens, Elias Haslanger, Red Young, Kevin Lovejoy, Woody Witt, Joe LoCascio, Rotem Sivan, Randy Brecker, Luis Perdomo, Roberto Quintero, Kirk Covington, Maria Schneider, and Joshua Redman. Daniel’s festival appearances include The Corpus Christi Jazz Festival, the Jazz’S Alive Festival in San Antonio, the SHSU Bill Watrous Jazz Festival and the Temple College Jazz Festival.
A Little Day Music is a series of free concerts presented at noon on the first Wednesday of the month. Each concert is designed to deliver Da Camera’s signature programming to an audience including senior citizens, downtown professionals, and students. The series features a variety of chamber music and jazz, presented in an accessible one-hour concert format. Audiences are invited to enjoy their lunch while listening to the music.
Bring your lunch, bring your friends. Parking is available in the Central Library’s underground garage; enter on Lamar.
Groups of 10 or more must make a reservation; seating at the Julia Ideson Building is limited. To make a reservation, call 713-524-7601 ext. 19.