Jazzmeia Horn Makes Her Own Brand of Jazz

. June 1, 2018.
Photo by Jacob Blickenstaff.
Photo by Jacob Blickenstaff.

Grammy-nominated Jazz artist Jazzmeia Horn will grace the Power Center Stage with her critically acclaimed vocal stylings. Having won both the Thelonious Monk and Sarah Vaughan Jazz Vocal competitions, Jazzmeia has earned a reputation for honoring the traditions of Jazz and Gospel music, while making her performance uniquely her own. Experience lively interpretations of standard repertoire, powerful storytelling through lyrics, and uplifting original compositions as part of the Ann Arbor Summer Fest.

$25-$35 | 8pm | Thursday, June 28
Power Center | 121 Fletcher St
734-647-3327 | a2sf.org

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