Jazz Live Performance With Ellen Rowe And Others

. December 31, 2018.
Ellen Rowe

A new album and project, Momentum – Portraits of Women in Motion, is a tribute by jazz pianist Ellen Rowe to her women heroes in music, sports, social justice, environmental advocacy and politics. To celebrate its release, Ms. Rowe will be accompanied by other all-star female artists in a spectacular live performance, with each piece orchestrated for chamber jazz ensembles. Ingrid Jensen on trumpet, Virginia Mayhew and Lisa Parrott on saxophone, Melissa Gardiner on trombone, Marion Hayden on bass, and Allison Miller on drums join Rowe for a jazzy evening.

$10-$35
8-10pm Thursday | January 31
Kerrytown Concert House | 415 N. 4th St.
734-769-2999 | a2tix.com

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