$3    wrist    band    admission    age 21+ Under    age    21    welcome    (free admission) Don't     miss     the     last     After     5 Unplugged event of the year! “After       5–Unplugged”       blends music    by    John    Roberts’    Latin Jazz,   drinks,   food   trucks,   and   art in    one    of    the    finest    sites    in Billings—the    YAM!    Relax    in    a great   downtown   location   to   enjoy excellent       local       music       with friends. After   5-Unplugged   is   sponsored   by   U.S.   Bank,   Computers   Unlimited,   the   Billings   Gazette,   Downtown   Billings,   and   Billings   Cultural Partners. www.artmuseum.org/special-events/after-5-unplugged Just   months   ago,   Montana   State   University   Billings   Assistant   Professor   of   Low   Brass   John   Roberts   released   his   new   album   Soul   Y Pimienta. On March 26, you can enjoy the mix of Afro-funk, Latin Jazz and other world music during Roberts’ Faculty Recital.   The recital, featuring his band John Roberts Y Pan Blanco, takes place at 3 p.m. in Cisel Hall on the University campus.   The   very   danceable   album   includes   seven   tracks   influenced   by   Cuban   Son,   Congolese   Soukous,   sounds   from   Mexico, American   soul, jazz and more.   Roberts said the music is a direct result of the experiences he has had playing around the world with a vast array of musicians.    He   earned   his   Bachelor   of   Arts   in   Music   Performance   from   Montana   State   Billings   and   received   his   Master   of   Fine   Arts   in   Western Orchestral   Trombone   Performance   from   California   Institute   of   the   Arts.      He   also   conducts   the   Jazz   ensembles   and   teaches   World Music.   Feeling   equally   comfortable   in   orchestral   and   commercial   music   realms,      for   the   past   17   years   Roberts   has   been   touring,   recording, and   performing   in   Los Angeles,   around   the   U.S.   and   around   the   world,   including   Mexico,   India, Asia,   Europe,   the   Caribbean, Australia and Africa.      Tours   include   Ricardo   Lemvo   and   Makina   Loca   (Congolese/Cuban),   Bobby   Womack   (Soul),   Los   Pinguos   (Argentina),The Temptations,   and The   New   Orleans   Jazz   Orchestra.   Other   performances   and   recordings   include   2008   and   2009   Grammys,   Chris   Botti, Feist,   Sting,   Dr.   Dre,   Mariah   Carey,   Lady   Gaga,   Frank   Sinatra   Jr.,   Chaka   Khan,   Burt   Bacharach,   The   Ojays,      Christina Aguilera,   NPR, PBS, and Disney.   Roberts   regularly   works   as   a   clinician,   adjudicator   and   guest   artist,   continuing   to   hone   his   skills   as   an   educator   by   sharing   the   “real world” of music with his students. 
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$3    wrist    band    admission    age 21+ Under    age    21    welcome    (free admission) Don't    miss    the    last    After    5 Unplugged event of the year! “After     5–Unplugged”     blends music   by   John   Roberts’   Latin Jazz,   drinks,   food   trucks,   and art   in   one   of   the   finest   sites   in Billings—the   YAM!   Relax   in   a   great   downtown   location   to   enjoy excellent local music with friends. After    5-Unplugged    is    sponsored    by    U.S.    Bank,    Computers Unlimited,      the      Billings      Gazette, Downtown     Billings,     and     Billings Cultural Partners. - events/after-5-unplugged Just    months    ago,    Montana    State University          Billings          Assistant Professor      of      Low      Brass      John Roberts    released    his    new    album Soul   Y   Pimienta.   On   March   26,   you can   enjoy   the   mix   of   Afro-funk,   Latin   Jazz   and   other   world   music during Roberts’ Faculty Recital.   The   recital,   featuring   his   band   John   Roberts   Y   Pan   Blanco,   takes place at 3 p.m. in Cisel Hall on the University campus.   The   very   danceable   album   includes   seven   tracks   influenced   by Cuban   Son,   Congolese   Soukous,   sounds   from   Mexico,   American soul, jazz and more.   Roberts   said   the   music   is   a   direct   result   of   the   experiences   he   has had playing around the world with a vast array of musicians.    He    earned    his    Bachelor    of    Arts    in    Music    Performance    from Montana   State   Billings   and   received   his   Master   of   Fine   Arts   in Western     Orchestral     Trombone     Performance     from     California Institute   of   the   Arts.      He   also   conducts   the   Jazz   ensembles   and teaches World Music.   Feeling   equally   comfortable   in   orchestral   and   commercial   music realms,        for    the    past    17    years    Roberts    has    been    touring, recording,   and   performing   in   Los   Angeles,   around   the   U.S.   and around    the    world,    including    Mexico,    India,    Asia,    Europe,    the Caribbean,   Australia   and   Africa.      Tours   include   Ricardo   Lemvo and   Makina   Loca   (Congolese/Cuban),   Bobby   Womack   (Soul),   Los Pinguos   (Argentina),The   Temptations,   and   The   New   Orleans   Jazz Orchestra.   Other   performances   and   recordings   include   2008   and 2009   Grammys,   Chris   Botti,   Feist,   Sting,   Dr.   Dre,   Mariah   Carey, Lady   Gaga,   Frank   Sinatra   Jr.,   Chaka   Khan,   Burt   Bacharach,   The Ojays,  Christina Aguilera, NPR, PBS, and Disney.   Roberts   regularly   works   as   a   clinician,   adjudicator   and   guest   artist, continuing   to   hone   his   skills   as   an   educator   by   sharing   the   “real world” of music with his students. 
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