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The Santa Barbara Symphony’s “Rhapsody in Blue @ 100!” receives standing ovation

Jazz comes to the symphony for season's final performances

SANTA BARBARA, Calif.-Jazz came to the symphony at The Granada on Saturday night.

The Marcus Roberts Trio joined the Santa Barbara Symphony for the season's final weekend performances.

There is a Sunday matinee at 3 p.m.

Like The Granada, Gershwin's Rhapsody In Blue is marking its 100th anniversary.

The composition opened the show and received a standing ovation.

Nir Kabretti conducted the performance with Marcus Roberts on piano, Roland Guerin, bass and Jason Marsalis on Drums.

Marsalis is a member of the Marsalis family of musicians.

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