JUNE 28 – PETE SIERS and THE KERRYTOWN STOMPERS

Dave Kosmyna (cornet and vocals); Ray Heitger (clarinet and vocals); Alex Belhaj (guitar and vocals); and Chris Tabaczynski (bass saxophone); Pete Siers (drums and washboard)

Note:  We are happy to finally be able to stream from the House!  This summer, we are testing new A/V equipment each week with the aim of finding the best solution for bringing you the highest quality live-stream experience!  You may, however, still notice some quirks as we experiment during the process.  Thank you for your patience; we are confident that we will have things worked out before the fall!
Select “In Support of Live @ The 415: Pete Siers and the Kerrytown Stompers” to dedicate your donation to this concert event

NEXT ON LIVE @ THE 415

Matthew Ball, The Boogie-Woogie Kid

Sunday, 7/12/20 at 4:15 PM EST

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An Interview with our Director

Artistic and Executive Director, Monica Swartout-Bebow, shares her own KCH story and her passion for this unique venue.

JUNE 21 – EMMET COHEN and BENNY BENACK III

Livestreamed from Emmet's Place in NYC - A Father's Day Jazz Celebration

Note:  We are happy to finally be able to stream from the House!  This summer, we are testing new A/V equipment each week with the aim of finding the best solution for bringing you the highest quality live-stream experience!  You may, however, still notice some quirks as we experiment during the process.  Thank you for your patience; we are confident that we will have things worked out before the fall!
Select “In Support of Live @ The 415: Emmet Cohen and Benny Benack III” to dedicate your donation to this concert event

NEXT ON LIVE @ THE 415

Pete Siers and the Kerrytown Stompers

Sunday, 6/28/20 at 4:15 PM EST

Toe-tappin', swingin' traditional jazz!

WATCH OUR PREVIOUS LIVE @ THE 415 CONCERTS

An Interview with our Director

Artistic and Executive Director, Monica Swartout-Bebow, shares her own KCH story and her passion for this unique venue.

An Update from the Director

Wednesday, April 22, 2020

It is with a heavy heart that I share that with the continued progression of coronavirus a decision has been made to cancel all Kerrytown Concert House presentations through the end of May.  Please know that I consider these cancellations a postponement, and that as soon as it makes sense, new dates will be put in place for these artists wherever possible.
 
In the meantime, we are finding new ways to keep the music playing for you while we navigate this uncharted territory.  Since you can’t get to our venue – “Ann Arbor’s Listening Room” – then we are bringing Ann Arbor’s Listening Room to you!  Stay tuned to our website or sign up for our emails about our new livestream series, Live @ The 415!, where you can tune in online to concerts from some of our favorite artists. In addition we’re bringing you artist messages, interviews, playlist recommendations, and videos of artist’s performances through our Joyful Music for Uncertain Times e-newsletter. In this way, 
 
Thank you for your continued support of this distinctive venue and for your consideration of these measures as we all work to maintain a healthy community.

Warmest regards,
 
Monica Swartout-Bebow
Artistic and Executive Director

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