Big Sounds at Tiny Tavern

February 23, 2017 - 12:00 am - 5:30 pm

Navy Pier | 600 E. Grand Avenue | Free

5:30 – 7:00 PM


A new series featuring emerging talent, Big Sounds at Tiny Tavern provides a free opportunity to hear what new voices in jazz have to say.



Kenthaney Redmond (Flute)

Cesar Martinez (Guitar)

Nick Davis (Bass)

Josh Ross (Drums)


About Kenthaney Redmond

A flutist and composer raised on the Westside of Chicago, Redmond began his music education at the age of 10 playing the violin. He later changed to the flute and at the age of 12 and discovered jazz shortly after.  He draws inspiration from a wide variety of flutist including Hubert Laws, Jean-Pierre Rampal, Greg Pattillo and Ian Anderson.  Trained at Merit School of Music and The Chicago High School for the Art, Redmond has studied with Nicole Mitchell, Jarrard Harris, Steve Million and others.  Redmond is currently finishing his undergraduate studies at Roosevelt University.

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