Brazilian Jazz Voyage and Trio Solisti play Maverick

(Photo by Dion Ogust)

The oldest continuous summer chamber music festival in America, Woodstock’s Maverick Concerts, closes its 103rd festival with Brazilian Jazz and Trio Solisti. On Saturday, September 1 at 8 p.m., Jazz at the Maverick presents Nilson Matta’s Brazilian Jazz Voyage, led by one of the world’s great bassists and a best-of-breed ensemble playing the styles and genres native to Earth’s most musical nation: samba, bossa nova, choro, forro, Afro-Brazilian. Tickets cost $25 and $55, with student tickets available, as usual, for the profoundly considerate and forward-looking sum of $5. (Time to go back to school.)

On Sunday, September 2 at 4 p.m., the elite piano trio Trio Solisti closes the Maverick season with a Classical, Romantic and Modern program featuring piano trios by Haydn, Dvorák and, in a fitting finale to the season’s “Americans in Paris” sub-theme, Ernest Chausson’s early Piano Trio in G minor. Tickets cost $55, $30 and $5 for students. For tickets and additional information, visit Maverick Concerts is located at 120 Maverick Road in Woodstock.