Kerrytown Concert House is delighted to continue its annual holiday tradition featuring holiday brass arrangements with Today’s Brass Quintet. An Ann Arbor tradition for more than 30 years, Today’s Brass Quintet will usher in the holidays with both classical and popular tunes, entertaining for all ages. Following the concert is an opportunity to chat with the artists while enjoying coffee and croissants.
Gwen Laster's New Muse Trio performs music from the group's debut recording Blue Lotus. An improvising ensemble started in 2015, New Muse performs 20th/21st-century music and original works as a vehicle for social activism. Their work encompasses composed melodies, rhythms and themes woven in and around improvisation from the Black American music lexicon - free and in-form jazz and collective spontaneity.
Join us for our second installment of a brand new partnership with The Blue LLama Jazz Club featuring intimate solo sets by notable jazz artists presented at Kerrytown Concert House, along with an additional performance in the same week by the artists and the groups they lead at The Blue LLama Jazz Club! One of the most inventive and virtuosic pianists of his generation, New Orleans native pianist Sullivan Fortner has been stretching deep-rooted talents as a pianist, composer, band ...
Kerrytown Concert House welcomes back celebrated pianist, vocalist, and Detroit original Alvin Waddles, for a special holiday presentation. Joining Waddles will be soprano Alice McAllister Tillman, tenor Gregory Ashe, saxophonist Dominic Waddles, and Detroit gospel quintet Testimony Sings. This performance is generously sponsored by Solo Concert Sponsors, Paul & Anne Glendon.
Ann Arbor’s favorite jazz trio is back in the House for the holidays (Ellen Rowe, piano; Paul Keller, bass; and Pete Siers, drums)! This time, they’re bringing along vibist Cary Kocher to perform a concert of holiday classics reimagined in the style of some of the great jazz vibists, including Cal Tjader, Milt Jackson, Bobby Hutcherson and Gary Burton.
Kerrytown Concert House invites you to our annual New Year’s Eve jazz party featuring drummer Pete Siers, clarinetist Dave Bennett and pianist Cliff Monear! You can expect to see and hear a snow globe of jazz highlights with this powerhouse trio, from sheer virtuosity, to sweetness of soul, with everything but the kitchen sink in between. Join us for great music and a glass of bubbly and ring in the New Year with a jazz celebration to remember.
Brad Phillips’ solo show is an eclectic retrospective of his life in the arts as a sideman, while exploring his own creative voice with original instrumentals and songs which delve deeply into his rich and diverse history in the music scene at home in Michigan, across the country, and abroad. Come experience an evening of heartfelt, acoustic music with one of Michigan’s best-kept musical secrets.
Join us at the House for the JAZZ re-telling of these timeless tales of unrequited love. Both Montagues and Capulets will enjoy the creative and surprising way Keller and his crew (Sarah D'Angelo, clarinet/vocals; Adam Mosely, piano; Cary Kocher, vibraphone) swing their way from Verona, Italy, to New York City, to Ann Arbor!
Pete Siers and The Kerrytown Stompers are coming back to the House and this time, you won’t have to keep to your seat! In this new “Dance Hall Nights” series at KCH, music lovers can listen in their seats in the main hall or go and dance in the side hall (which will be cleared and ready for dancing) if the spirit moves them! Sparks will be flying as these dynamic musicians give you a taste of American history through ...