Houston SUMMERJAZZ August 17-20

Houston SUMMERJAZZ Brunch at The Lancaster

Event details

  • Sunday, August 20 | 11:00 am – 1:30 pm. 11 am seating is sold out.
  • Cultivated F+B, The Lancaster
  • 701 Texas Avenue • Houston, Texas 77002
  • SOLD OUT. First come first serve bar seating may be available.

Enjoy brunch cocktails and classic dishes in the acclaimed restaurant of the official hotel of Houston SUMMERJAZZ, The Lancaster. Guitarist Greg Petito is well established in the music community of Houston and across the state. Primarily a jazz and fusion player, he is equally skilled at many other styles. On any given day, he can been seen playing jazz, fusion, pop/rock/r&b, Brazilian, and even classical guitar in ensembles ranging in size from orchestras, big bands, and jazz combos down to solo jazz or classical guitar performances. He maintains an extremely active performance schedule, appearing regularly at local venues with a myriad of local and touring jazz artists, Jones Hall with the Houston Symphony, House of Blues with The Houston Jazz Orchestra, as well as ACL Moody Theater in Austin, as an accompanist with various national/international touring artists such as Il Divo, John Fedchock and many others.

The Lancaster is the official hotel of Houston SUMMERJAZZ. Information about discounted room rates included in your confirmation email when you purchase tickets for a pass for Houston SUMMERJAZZ.

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