Kate McGarry, Keith Ganz & Ariel Pocock: The Great American Songbook and Beyond
Doors Open: 3:30 PM
Enjoy an afternoon of jazz standards and more favorites from the 20th century. Refreshments will be served. With 7 critically acclaimed albums and 3 GRAMMY™ nominations, vocalist Kate McGarry is recognized as a jazz artist who brings authenticity and vitality to every song regardless of genre. The Wall Street Journal calls her music, “austere and elegant, an exceptionally appealing blend of folk and jazz." The New York Times pronounced her singing, “astute and sensitive." She has toured and recorded with jazz illuminati Fred Hersch, Kurt Elling, Maria Schneider, John Hollenbeck, Billy Childs, Luciana Souza, Theo Beckmann and TONY Award Winner Jason Robert Brown. Guitarist/arranger/producer Keith Ganz is a 2019GRAMMY™ nominee known for his uniquely melodic voice on both electric and acoustic guitars. Lauded as a "sublime master of subtlety" by Jazz Times, Keith has performed extensively with major jazz artists including Harry Connick, Jr., Tierney Sutton, Luciana Souza, Kurt Elling, Gretchen Parlato, Gary Versace, and Jo Lawry. Ariel Pocock is a pianist, singer, and composer. Critics have described her work as having “levels of stylistic and emotional breadth and artistic depth that few of [her] peers can match” (Ottawa Citizen), and have said that she has a “true facility for…sinewy jazz piano [and] breezy, achingly plain-spoken vocal chops…” (Seattle Times).
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