MIAMI – Back in the day, the Hampton House was frequented by legends like Muhammad Ali, Malcolm X, Martin Luther King Jr. and more. The beloved venue was remodeled a few years ago and is the place for live music and other performances. Jazz lovers can catch live performances each month.

This month’s featured artist is the Aldo Salvent Jazz Quartet performing the John Coltrane songbook and repertoire. Aldo Salvent is an award-winning saxophonist and composer. He has played/toured worldwide in Sweden, Norway, Taiwan, United States, Ecuador, Mexico, Panama, Canada, Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala, Cuba, Brasil and Argentina.

He has collaborated with Paquito D’ Rivera, Brian Lynch, Jim Gasior, Calixto Oviedo, Mike Orta, Sammy Figueroa, etc. In August 2014 he recorded his first solo album “Da Capo” as a leader on Dazzle Recordings Label in Denver-Colorado, receiving very positive reviews from All About Jazz Magazine and El Nuevo Herald newspaper after the official release in January 2015. “Da Capo” is available in Itunes, Amazon and CD Baby.

In 2017 Salvent was awarded a full tuition scholarship from the University of Miami Frost School of Music to pursue a Doctorate of Musical Arts in Jazz instrumental Performance from the Saxophone Studio of Prof. Gary Keller.

Catch the Aldo Salvent Jazz Quartet on Friday, Oct. 26 at 8 p.m. at 4240 NW 27th Ave., Miami.

Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door. There is free parking available via 43rd Terrace. For more information, call 305-638-5800.