Arts Calendar: Music in Southern Vermont
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The Emmet Cohen Trio with Special Guest Mark Whitfield-
Live stream from the Vermont Jazz Center
Saturday, January 23, 2021 @ 8:00 pm
The Vermont Jazz Center is excited to present a live stream concert with pianist Emmet Cohen, his working trio and special guest guitarist, Mark Whitfield.
Emmet Cohen is a young, award-winning pianist (2019 American Pianists Awards, 2020 Cole Porter Fellow, first place winner of 2014 American Jazz Pianists Competition and 2011 Phillips Piano Competition, 2011 Thelonious Monk International Piano Competition finalist).
Mark Whitfield’s guitar playing is influenced by his years with organists Jimmy Smith and Brother Jack McDuff; he has appeared on over 200 recordings as a sideman and released 12 as a leader.
A concert with Cohen and Whitfield promises to be swinging, funky and soulful, with reverence for the tradition and an eye towards the future.
Emmet Cohen, piano
Russell Hall, bass
Kyle Poole, drums
Mark Whitfield, special guest guitarist
In past years, our concerts happen “live” and in person and are valued at $40 per ticket.
This year, with live streaming, we are relying on donations to offset costs. Please give generously and support live music.
1/23/21 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Live stream from the Vermont Jazz Center, Brattleboro
This 2020-21 year, the Brattleboro Women’s Chorus celebrates our 25 years of singing with online musical events on the 25th day of the month through May. All singers (not just women!) are welcome to join us for these events for these events hosted on Zoom.
On January 25, from 7 – 8:15 pm, director Becky Graber welcomes one of her “WomenSing 100” colleagues, Dr. Kathy Bullock, to lead us in song (https://www.kathybullock.com/). Kathy will lead us in singing several songs from the African American tradition, share some historical context, and together we will celebrate the joy and power of song, community and love. A music professor, singer/arranger and workshop clinician who specializes in gospel music, spirituals and classical works by composers from the African diaspora, Kathy Bullock is sure to inspire.
For more information about the event and to register for the Zoom link please go to: https://www.brattleborowomenschorus.org/events/online-25th-anniversary-events
1/25/21 7:00pm - 8:15pm
Online via Zoom, Brattleboro