23 Wall Street, Concord, NH 03301 Phone 603-228-1196 Click here to email us.
Featuring special guest David Thorne Scott on Vocals and Trumpet along with the Musicians of Wall Street Jazz Ensemble: David Tonkin, guitar; Matt Langley, saxophone; Tom Robinson, piano; Scott Kiefner, bass; Tim Gilmore, drums.
Since 2002, Hermanos Cocina Mexicana has generously served audience members a delicious buffet, included in the price of admission.
Admission for Jazz in January is $20 for adults and $15 for students and seniors -- purchase tickets at the door, or call 603-228-1196.
Jazz in January is sponsored by M. Elaine Tefft in memory of Stanton E. Tefft and Wendy A. Tefft.
About David Thorne Scott:
David Thorne Scott is an entertainer whose beautiful voice and creativity have thrilled audiences in venues large and small. His passion for bringing a modern edge to the classics of the Great American Songbook, as well as his original songs, earned his album "Shade" a "Top 5 CD of the Year" by the Jazz Education Journal. Cadence Magazine said "he phrases like a saxophone player and is as slippery and hip as the young Mel Tormé." Herb Wong, one of the west coast's leading jazz experts, wrote “I haven’t been this moved by a performance of ‘For All We Know’ since Carmen McRae.” David has sung with the Boston Pops, the Capital Jazz Orchestra, the New England Wind Symphony, the Melrose Symphony, the Bill Elliott Swing Orchestra, Cape Symphony, and the Thinkin' Big Band.
David's pop/jazz crossover album "Hopeful Romantic” (reminding some listeners of Jamie Cullum's The Pursuit), consists of smoky jazz, powerful rock anthems, bouncy pop and moody hip-hop musings. These disparate rays are focused through a voice that provides a singular emotional resonance. Gold- and Platinum-award winner Anthony Resta produced the CD. His composition “I See You” was featured in the television show The Blacklist on NBC. David is a Professor at Berklee College of Music, where he teaches voice, improvisation, ensembles, and vocal arranging.
The Recital Hall at Concord Community Music School is on the Wall Street side of the building. It can be accessed via the doors on Wall Street (only open during Recital Hall events) or through the main entrance of the Music School on the Fayette Street side of the building. Please call for information: 603-228-1196.
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