Saturday Edgepass

Sat

10/29/2016

11:30am

Edgefest

Saturday Edgepass

Edgefest

  • $60 Saturday Edgepass General Admission

Event Details

EDGEFEST 20: 20 YEARS AT THE EDGE (October 26-29, 2016) will celebrate the iconic and avant-garde artistry of the past 20 years, while looking ahead to the future of the festival and jazz at the edge itself! On the occasion of the festival’s 20th anniversary, Dave Lynch, founder of Edgefest and the Artistic Director for its first 10 years, joins KCH in the planning of this banner year. Drawing from the artist rosters of former Edgefests, 2016 will feature distinguished groundbreaking composer-performers with their ensembles and collaborators, illuminating their various innovative roles in the avant/jazz world of today. In the tradition of Edgefest, the roster will also include renowned performers and ensembles from our home community of Southeast Michigan and other new-to-the-festival faces from the front lines of the avant-garde jazz scene.

An Edgepass ($160) is available, which allows for admission to all events, Wednesday through Saturday, as well as a special dinner Wednesday evening with our Edgefest artists. This Saturday daypass is $60, which allows for admission to all events on Saturday. For general information about the festival, click here.

Saturday Events (schedule and events subject to change):

Edgefest Parade

MoTreetown Collective
Northwoods Improvisers

Trio 3

All Sanctuary, Fringe at the Edge

John Hollenbeck - Works for Large Ensemble
Stephen Rush - Jazz Piano Concerto with Graphic Scores
The University of Michigan Jazz Ensemble

Tad Weed's Freedom Ensemble featuring Vinny Golia

 

Edgepasses may be paid for by cash, check, or credit (to KCH) and picked up at Kerrytown Concert House at any time during the festival. Payment for individual concert seats may also be made by cash, check, or credit at the door of each concert site beginning one half hour prior to each show. All seating reserved through phone or e-mail is guaranteed only until performances are scheduled to begin.


Edgefest 20 is made possible through the generous sponsorship of The Maxine and Stuart Frankel Foundation, in honor of Maurice and Linda Binkow on the occasion of her 80th birthday and their 60th wedding anniversary.
Edgefest 20 is honored to receive a matching grant on ticket sales from the Robert D. Bielecki Foundation, including double for every new attendee.
Additional support for Edgefest is made possible in part by an awards from New Music USA, the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan, the Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs, and the National Endowment for the Arts. Art Works.
Additional support for the festival is also provided by The University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre, & Dance.

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