Parlour Game performs at Kerrytown Concert House May 3

. April 30, 2018.
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Violinist Jenny Scheinman and percussionist Allison Miller bring their newly formed quartet, Parlour Game, to Kerrytown Concert House. Featuring renowned improvisers, pianist Carmen Staaf and bassist Tom Scheer, all band members are known for their genre-pushing innovations in American music. While this group could comfortably exist in the avant-garde, Parlour Game is instead focused on reaching the audience through palatable melodies and connective grooves. Kerrytown’s intimate venue mirrors parlours of the past, making it the perfect setting to hear this collaboration.

$5 students, $15 general, $20-$30 reserved front rows.
8pm, Thurs. May 3,
415 N. 4th Ave., Ann Arbor.
734-769-2999
| Kerrytownconcerthouse.com

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