Feb 28 Wednesday
Detroit MI.- Woodbridge Pub | Unlimited Sky Production | Preservation of Jazz Jazzy Sundays Outside Summer Music Series, Concert & Jam Session. This weekly event will be Hosted and featured by multi-Detroit Music Award recipient Sky Covington Ft. Club Crescendo Terrance Neal on Drums, Phil Hale on Keys and Ibrahim Jones on Bass. The jam session starts on the second set.
Woodbridge Pub has a great menu… cash bar and a great staff. Also, excited to announce the new performance stage and outside ambience across the street from the Pub. Enjoy Jazz, cocktails and dinner under the stars. Although table and benches are available, feel free to bring your own lawn chairs
Sky Covington (skycovington.net) will also be collecting backpacks and school supplies all summer. Feel free to donate every Sunday night from 12 p - 12 a. Simply drop off your backpacks, school supplies and school uniforms in the Hug Detroit Day Drive box at the front entrance.
Feb 29 Thursday
Bring your bestie to enjoy wine, hors d’oeuvres, and get a discount on microneedling treatments!
In support of the new release, Mann confirms a select run of headlining tour dates this fall and winter. Kicking off on November 13, the shows include multiple performances at Los Angeles’ Largo at the Coronet and New York’s City Winery.Mann started developing the new music in 2018 when she agreed to write songs for a stage adaptation of Girl, Interrupted, Susannah Kaysen’s memoir about her psychiatric hospitalization in the late 1960s. It was material that Mann understood well, having had her own struggles with mental illness. The resulting music comes together in Queens of The Summer Hotel.
Mar 02 Saturday
Back by Popular Demand!“The man has everything. He’s disarmingly charming, devastatingly handsome, he’s got dance moves, and he can sing, lord have mercy can he sing.”— Stephen Mosher, Broadway World
Brandon Victor Dixon, following his Emmy Award nominated turn opposite John Legend as Judas in NBC’s Jesus Christ Superstar, most recently starred in FOX’s RENTonFOX, Amazon’s Modern Love, and as Terry Silver on the STARZ hit POWER. Prior to that he completed a star turn as Aaron Burr in the cast of Hamilton on Broadway. A Presidential Scholar Semi-finalist and scholarship winner at the British Academy of Dramatic Acting in Oxford, Dixon is a graduate of Columbia University and a recipient of the University’s I.A.L Diamond Award for Achievement in the Arts.
First Performance: Doors open at 6 p.m., show at 6:30 p.m.Second Performance: Doors open at 8:15 p.m., show at 8:45 p.m.
Mar 06 Wednesday
Mar 08 Friday
Since the Blind Boys of Alabama first began singing together more than seven decades ago, their music has not only endured – it has thrived. The group was instrumental in distinguishing the sound of the American south and pushing it into the 21st century. Consisting of Jimmy “Jimster” Carter, Ricky McKinnie, Paul Beasley, Rev. Julius Love, newest addition Sterling Glass, and led by Music Director and lead guitarist Joey Williams, the group has the rare distinction of being recognized around the world as both living legends and modern-day innovators. They are not just gospel singers borrowing from old traditions. The group helped define those traditions, and almost single-handedly created a new gospel sound.
In the early 1960s, the band sang at benefits for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and were a part of the soundtrack to the Civil Rights movement. The group persevered through trials and tribulations, and that a group of blind, African-American singers went on to win five Grammy® Awards, in addition to a Lifetime Achievement Grammy. They’ve also been inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame, and performed at the White House for three different presidents.
Genesee County residents receive 30% – discount applied at checkout.
Mar 09 Saturday
Two Performances! Join Star jazz vocalist, Tammy McCann, in her first concert since the Lincoln Center (NYC) in December, as she takes us on an unforgettable musical journey in celebration of the indelible mark left by female jazz musicians throughout history.
The evening is filled with breathtaking performances, where Tammy McCann takes center stage, delivering spellbinding interpretations of jazz classics. Her powerful vocals, nuanced phrasing, and heartfelt expressions pay homage to luminaries such as Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, and Sarah Vaughan.
Concerts Friday, 3/8/24 at 7:30pm and Saturday, 3/9/24 at 2:00pm. Call 734-268-6200 for tickets. The Encore Theatre is fully accessible, provides free parking, and offers discounts for seniors, military, and groups! Easy access from I-94, US-23, and M-14.
Mar 13 Wednesday
Mar 16 Saturday
Join us for a collaboration of hope and humanitarian aid. The voices of Measure for Measure, Langsford Men’s Chorus, and Chiaroscuro are combining to present “Raising Voices, Raising Hope” to benefit First Congregational’s global humanitarian aid efforts.
“Colors dance, moods swing, and Chen’s artistry blazes.” —The Times, London
Superstar violinist Ray Chen redefines what it means to be a classical musician in the 21st century. With a global reach that enhances and inspires a new classical audience, Ray Chen’s incredible musicianship transmits to millions around the world, reflected through his engagement both online and with the foremost orchestras, and in concert halls around the world. This much-anticipated performance features works by Bach, Saint-Saëns, Franck, and more.
“Chen’s full-bodied lyricism … made for beautifully contoured phrases in the violin’s highest, riskiest registers.” —The New York Times
“Ray Chen can do pretty much anything he wants on the violin.” —Anne Midgette, The Washington Post
Vitali: ChaconneBach: Fugue from his Sonata No. 1 in G MinorBeethoven: Sonata No. 5, “Spring”Saint-Saëns: Introduction et Rondo CapricciosoFranck: Sonata for Violin and Piano
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