Winter Park's Blue Bamboo Center broadcasts a Chris Cortez and friends performance for free online Friday

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Chris Cortez - PHOTO BY BAO LE-HUU
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  • Chris Cortez
From jazz and beyond, the Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts is host to a diverse parade of talent. But there's nothing that quite captures the heart of this special place than when venue honcho and accomplished jazz guitarist Chris Cortez comes out from behind the scenes to take the limelight himself.
Chris Cortez - BAO LE-HUU
  • Bao Le-Huu
  • Chris Cortez
On Friday, Dec. 11, at 8 p.m., the Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts will broadcast a fresh edition of Cortez's cozy and intimate performances online on their YouTube channel for free.

Cortez will be accompanied on the night by Ed Krout (piano), Chuck Archard (bass) and Paul Parker (drums).



Tune in, crack open a bottle and chill.


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