The Pat Cronley Trio
After All We’ve Been Through: Persevering Through the Lens of Jazz
Friday, JANUARY 28th @ 8:00 PM
Originally booked to back international jazz legend and tenor saxophonist Houston Person for his January 7th concert that is now rescheduled to March, this trio is making lemonade out of concert-cancellation-lemons with their own concert celebrating the power of jazz to help you get through! Please join us for an inspiring and hopeful evening of well-known jazz standards and original compositions brought to you by our own area jazz masters, and give yourself a preview of what we look forward to on March 27th, when Houston Person comes to KCH!
Can’t join us inside the House? Click the button below to watch the free livestream of this performance at showtime. (Free livestreams are only available this season during the actual showtime.)
COVID-19 Safety Policy for Indoor Concerts
- Moving forward, all patrons and artists who wish to attend or present performances indoors at KCH must provide a valid, complete COVID-19 vaccination card OR proof of a negative COVID-19 test performed by a third party within the previous 72 hours prior to entry. Such proof must be presented at concert check-in, may be displayed on a smartphone OR presented as a physical copy, and must also be accompanied by a matching, valid ID for verification.**
- Additionally, according to current CDC recommendations, masks are required for audiences inside the House and can only be removed when seated with a beverage (when available). When performing, artists may wear a mask, or not, at their own discretion.
**Proof of vaccination exceptions will be made for children under 5. Parents of children under 5 must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken by a third party within the previous 72 hours prior to entry.
Pat Cronley began playing the piano at age 4 or 5. In a musical family that included five older brothers, all musicians, artistic expression seemed natural for Cronley, who says he always enjoyed performing. While many young aspiring musicians find out, sooner or later, that playing music isn’t going to pay the bills, Cronley has stayed true to his youthful ideals. He’s managed to make a living as a performing musician, recording mostly jazz, and, of late, has started turning his attention to writing songs.