Bob Aves Jazz Group Concert "Out of Tradition" at the PETA Theater Center is a proud media partner of “Out of Tradition”

Sophisticated jazz infused with the raw power of Filipino indigenous music is coming to the PETA Theater Center. Experience soul-shaking Philippine World Jazz in "Out of Tradition" the Bob Aves Jazz Group concert on December 11, 2013, at 8:00 PM. Bob Aves and his group of internationally acclaimed musicians continue to push musical boundaries through a groundbreaking integration of the gong culture of the southern Philippines and contemporary jazz.

Bob Aves is a stalwart in the international world music scene and in demand arranger and musical director in the local music scene. This award winning composer graduated from the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston yet is a champion of the Filipino indigenous sound. He co-established Tao Music, an all-Filipino record label that specializes in traditions and contemporary culture- based titles of Philippine Music. Needless to say, Bob's music has been featured world-wide through international music festivals, such as the 2006 Festival Asia in Spain and the 2011 Penang World Music Festival in Malaysia to name a few.

The Bob Aves Jazz Group has performed in various jazz festivals such as the Zhujiajiao Water Village Music Festival in Shanghai, and the Jarasum Jazz Festival in Korea, among many others. The concert will feature musicians Ike Dy Liacco (Saxophone), Nikko Rivera (Keyboard), Tusa Montes (Kulintang), Colby De La Calzada (Bass), Jazz Dufourt (Percussion) and Harald Huyysen (Drums).

Do not miss this rare opportunity to intimately experience the unique sound of Philippine World Jazz!

Tickets are at P500, P1,000 and P1,500. For inquiries and reservations, contact Ticket World at 8919999 or call the PETA Theater Center at 7256244 loc 23, 09164376551 or email

JL Santiago Aquino

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