Jazz Night at the Crocker

Nicolas Bearde

June 15, 2017
6:30 PM


Sacramento’s longest-running summer jazz series offers unrivaled evenings of art and music on third Thursdays, June through September. This year's lineup was crafted from the melodic recommendations of Gary Vercelli, Capital Public Radio’s jazz music director.For the best seat in the house, bring your own chair. Members can purchase a series ticket and attend all four concerts for the price of three.

Nashville-raised Nicolas Bearde, known to hypnotize with his soulful and affecting baritone voice, kicks off Jazz Night at the Crocker with a vast repertoire of sterling standards. A seasoned and highly respected showman on stage, Bearde has won acclaim from a host of international jazz publications touting his lush vocals and imaginative interpretations. Dont miss this performance of time-tested standards, blues, and other familiar jazz works that are at once soulful, swinging, improvisational, and memorable.

Nicolas Bearde - June 15, 2017

Sandy Cressman - July 20, 2017

Ray Obiedo - August 17, 2017

Vivian Lee - September 21, 2017

Each jazz concert consists of two 45-minute sets separated by a 15-minute intermission. During intermission, attendees can enjoy Jazz Chats with Carolyne Swayze and special guests, an Art Spotlight Talk, visit the Crocker’s galleries or Museum Store, or grab dinner or drinks at the Crocker Cafe by Supper Club.

Information

$8 Members
$12 Capital Public Radio Members
$14 Nonmembers
$24 Member Series Ticket

Tickets available at the door.

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