Herbie Hancock will perform Sunday at the Touhill Center at UMSL.

Herbie Hancock is more than five decades into his genre-defying career as an acclaimed pianist, bandleader and composer. He’s won 12 Grammy Awards and an Oscar for scoring “Round Midnight.”

And at 71, he’s showing no signs of letting up.

For his latest album, “The Imagine Project,” Hancock worked with a variety of performers, including Pink, John Legend, Los Lobos and Dave Matthews. Now Hancock’s bringing his band to the University of Missouri–St. Louis for a concert presented by Jazz St. Louis and sponsored by World Wide Technology, Inc. and Centene Charitable Foundation. “An Evening with Herbie Hancock and His Band” will begin at 7:30 p.m. Sunday (March 18) at UMSL’s Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center.

Tickets are $40-$150. Visit touhill.org or call 314-516-4949 to order tickets.

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