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Freddy Cole: Songs for Lovers

 Referred to as a “national treasure” by The Huffington Post, jazz pianist and singer Freddy Cole is a prolific artist of undisputed pedigree. Building his career at the same time as his brother, the iconic Nat King Cole, it was never going to be easy for Cole to establish his own musical identity. However, with 20 albums released in just the last two decades, including the GRAMMY® Award-nominated 2010 album, Freddy Cole Sings Mr. B, Cole has carved out a reputation as an individual and prolific force in the jazz world. Amongst the greatest contemporary crooners, Cole’s sensitivity and effortlessly powerful delivery make him the perfect artist for Valentine’s Day.

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Cécile McLorin Salvant

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“One for My Baby:” Antoinette Henry Sings the Great Jazz Standards

With vocalist Antoinette Henry, guitarist Hendrik Helmer, bassist Yasushi Nakamura, pianist Emmet Cohen, and drummer Johnathan Barber


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Greg Lewis Organ Monk Quintet

Flip Side Sessions

With organist Greg Lewis, guitarist Ron Jackson, trumpeter Riley Mullin, tenor saxophonist Reggie Woods, and drummer Jeremy Bean Clemons

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Emmet Cohen Organ Quartet

Flip Side Sessions

With organist Emmet Cohen, trumpeter Benny Benack III, saxophonist Tivon Pennicott, and drummer Joe Saylor

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LATE NIGHT SESSION: Dan Chmielinski: Four by Four

With bassist Dan Chmielinski, tenor saxophonist Dean Tsur, pianist Mathis Picard, drummers Bryan Carter (2/16-2/19) and Kyle Poole (2/20), violinists Ravenna Lipchik and Lee Jeon, violist Stephanie Block, and cellist Keith Williams

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Brandee Younger

“Wax & Wane” Album Release Concert Co-Presented by Revive Music

With harpist Brandee Younger, flutist Anne Drummond, tenor saxophonist Chelsea Baratz, bassist Dezron Douglas, and drummer Dana Hawkins

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American Songbook: Foreigner: The Hits Unplugged

One of the most successful rock bands of all time—which has enjoyed a recent surge in popularity thanks numerous uses in theater, film, and television—plays an acoustic set, striking to the core of timeless songs like "I Want to Know What Love Is" and "Coldas Ice.” 

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Ben Allison Group

With bassist Ben Allisonguitarist Steve Cardenas, drummer Allison Miller, trumpeter Jeremy Pelt, and saxophonist Michael Blake

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American Songbook: A Coffin in Egypt: An Opera in Concert

featuring Frederica von Stade

In this “moving tour-de-force” (Chicago Tribune), written especially for Frederica von Stade by composer Ricky Ian Gordon with a libretto by Leonard Foglia based on Horton Foote’s classic play, the legendary mezzo-soprano portrays a 90-year-old widow reflecting on her life and heartbreak in tiny Egypt, Texas. 

The Varis Leichtman Studio

Movie screening: 30th anniversary of
Dexter Gordon in "Round Midnight"

Join us as we screen the classic jazz film "Round Midnight," starring legendary saxophonist Dexter Gordon--and featuring amazing performances by Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Bobby Hutcherson, Tony Williams, Freddie Hubbard, and more--as the iconic movie celebrates its 30th anniversary!

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American Songbook: Laura Jane Grace of Against Me!

Against Me!’s Laura Jane Grace has been an electrifying torchbearer of punk in the new millennium. In 2012, Grace came out publicly as a transgender woman and when the band’s fiery, guitar-driven music is unplugged, this much more personal story comes to the forefront in her beautifully crafted songs.

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American Songbook: Andy Karl & Orfeh

She has a “powerhouse voice” (New York Times). He is “a theater world heartthrob” (New York Times). And together Orfeh and Andy Karl have had an impressive run as one of Broadway’s most beloved (and acclaimed) couples. The two are thrilled for their long-awaited onstage reunion, directed by Charles Randolph-Wright.