June 4 – Carlitos Medrano y Sabor de Mi Cuba

What: Latin Jazz in the LoungeWhere: Parktake by K-J, 241 Healdsburg Ave.Time: 8 – 10 pm | Reservations suggested After the Latin Jazz Ensemble at the Healdsburg Plaza, take a short walk to Partake by K-J, the new Tasting Lounge and Flight Club in town, next door to Healdsburg Bar & Grill. Here the vibe will continue, with Carlitos Medrano & Sabor de Mi Cuba, featuring Julio de la Cruz

June 4 – Roger Glenn Latin Jazz Ensemble

What: Latin Jazz on the PlazaWhere: Healdsburg Plaza BandstandWhen: 6 – 8 pm | Free The Bay Area is blessed with fine Latin jazz talent, and many of them are assembled in Roger Glenn’s Latin Jazz Ensemble, playing the Healdsburg Jazz Festival  free at  Healdsburg Plaza on Tuesday. Healdsburg’s Tuesday Concerts in the Plaza are a local legend, and we’re proud to continue our tradition of the filling the first

June 3 – Terry Henry Trio at DCK

What: Jazz & Wine DinnerWhere: Dry Creek Kitchen,317 Healdsburg Ave.Time: 7-10 pm | Reservation recommended Take delectable entrees, pair them with Sonoma County’s luscious wines, throw in some great jazz and you have a pretty good way to spend a Monday night. Such will be the scene at the Healdsburg Jazz Festival when the Dry Creek Kitchen— Charlie Palmer’s local haute cuisine outpost—hosts the Terry Henry Trio. Henry’s piano playing

June 2 – Charlie Haden Tribute (Day Two)

Where: Jackson Theater4400 Day School Place, Santa RosaWhen: Sunday, June 2Time: 7:00 pm | Tickets: $75, $55, $45 Weekend Ticket Bundles and Hotel Packages available for this concert. Please review all options before purchasing tickets. Tribute to Charlie Haden: Day 2, 7:00 – 11:00 pmSet 1 – Gonzalo Rubalcaba, solo piano Set 2 – Bill Frisell plus the Haden Family: Rachel, Petra, Tanya and Josh Haden Set 3 – Liberation Music Orchestra

June 1 – Matt Wilson “The Allower” Workshop

What: “The Allower – A Jazz Superhero”Where: Sonoma Country Day School4400 Day School Place, Santa RosaTime: 2-4 pm | Tickets: $20 Folks of all ages, musicians and music lovers alike are welcome to this inspirational gathering. Matt Wilson, “The Allower ” will demystify how a jazz musician welcomes the sound of surprise and the ways he allows the music to happen in a band. You will walk away from the

June 1 – Charlie Haden Tribute (Day One)

Where: Jackson Theater4440 Day School Place, Santa RosaWhen: Saturday, June 1Time: 7:00 pm | Tickets: $75, $55, $45Wine Sponsor: Foley Food & Wine Society Weekend Ticket Bundles and Hotel Packages available for this concert. Please review all options before purchasing tickets. Tribute to Charlie Haden: Day 1, 7:00 – 11:00 pmSet 1 – Geri Allen, solo and duo with Chris Potter    Set 2 – Lee Konitz Quartet Set 3 – Quartet West

May 31 – John Heard Quartet at the Shed

What: Jazz at the Shed Where: Healdsburg Shed, 25 North StreetTime: 8 pm | Tickets: $25 The 2013 Healdsburg Jazz Festival comes roaring out of the gate when the John Heard Quartet plays at a brand-new venue, the Healdsburg SHED. Heard – reportedly Count Basie’s favorite bassist – has assembled a multi-generational band featuring  Dayna Stephens on tenor sax, Akira Tana on drums, and Kenneth Nash on percussion. The chemistry

May 31 – Dixieland at the Bakery

What: Frisco Jazz Band and the New Horizon StompersWhere: Costeaux French Bakery, 417 Healdsburg Ave.Time: 7:30 pm | Tickets: SOLD OUT There will be some earth shaking when the Frisco Jazz Band brings its high-energy Dixieland into Costeaux French Bakery and Café on the first night of the 2013 Healdsburg Jazz Festival. Back in the ’80s when San Francisco’s avatar of Dixieland, Turk Murphy, was doing his regular gigs at