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Gil Gutiérrez Trio in Concert

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Gil Gutiérrez trio, with violinist Bob Stern and bassist Dave Rodriguez, performs May 26 at the First Presbyterian Church of East Hampton. JOHN KISCH

Gil Gutiérrez trio, with violinist Bob Stern and bassist Dave Rodriguez, performs May 26 at the First Presbyterian Church of East Hampton. JOHN KISCH

authorStaff Writer on May 22, 2024

On Sunday, May 26, at 7:30 p.m. the Gil Gutiérrez trio will perform at the First Presbyterian Church of East Hampton. With violinist Bob Stern and bassist Dave Rodriguez, the trio will perform a thrilling program of Jazz, Latin, Cuban, Mexican, Flamenco, and Cinema selections.

Gutiérrez has performed at the Kennedy Center, the Cultural Institute of the Mexican Embassy in Washington D.C., and as a soloist with the Minnesota Symphony, Florida Symphony and with the Doc Severinsen Big Band.

Tickets are $25 and are available at fpceh.org. For more information, contact musicdirector@fpceh.org or 631-332-2550.

Additional donations to support Ruta 27 are welcome.

The First Presbyterian Church of East Hampton is at 120 Main Street, East Hampton.

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