Playing Jazz Favorites, Swing, Showtunes, and songs from the “American Songbook”, Time for a Change is a hit wherever they perform. Comprised of four of the finest jazz musicians in the Baltimore-Washington area, they bring you back to the days of Swing, Big Band and Bebop. From Sinatra to Charlie Parker, they are comfortable in all popular music from today and yesterday. Leading the sound is Jim Voshell on the Tenor Saxophone. Backing up his formidable technique is Larry Haavik on the piano and synthesizer, Mike Morris on drums and Bill Pachucki on the Upright Bass.
The sounds of Jacqueline Marie Butler's world come to life through new lobby experiences pre and post-show. Enjoy a fun, festive, lounge after the play every Friday night in June. The bar stays open and music continues. Be introduced to incredible local musicians, bands, and other artistic organizations showcasing work inspired by the powerful narrative of the Queens Girl Rep.
Celebrating 10 years as ensemble in residence at the Delaware Art Museum, this sparkling chamber ensemble will perform Handel-Halvorsen Passacaglia Duo for violin and cello, Mozart Piano Quartet in G minor and Piazzolla Histoire du Tango, arranged for Piano Quartet by Pyxis’ violinist, Luigi Mazzocchi. Nina Cottman will join the group for this performance.
In a span of two decades, eleven recordings and countless stage performances, vocalist René Marie has cemented her reputation not only as a singer but also a composer, arranger, theatrical performer and teacher. Guided by powerful life lessons and rooted in jazz traditions laid down by Ella Fitzgerald and other leading ladies of past generations, she borrows various elements of folk, rhythm and blues, and even classical and country to create a captivating hybrid style. Her last album, Sound of Red, earned her a Grammy Nomination for Best Jazz Vocal Album in 2017.
Charles Covington, Jr. is recognized as a virtuoso jazz pianist and jazz organist. A specialist in the styles of early piano greats James “Eubie” Blake, Art Tatum, and Errol Garner, Mr. Covington enjoys a high reputation among performers.