Tuesday, May 22, 2012

SUMMER JAZZ IN THE BMA SCULPTURE GARDEN

imageJAZZ IN THE SCULPTURE GARDEN

WHEN: Select Saturdays in July and August; Twilight Tours begin at 5 PM; Doors open at 6:30 PM; Concerts begin at 7 PM
WHERE
: Baltimore Museum of Art, 10 Art Museum Drive, Baltimore
TICKETS ON SALE JUNE 1 FOR MEMBERS, JUNE 15 FOR NON-MEMBERS

TWILIGHT TOURS
WHEN: Prior to each concert at 5 PM
Enjoy exclusive early entry to the Sculpture Garden, an evening tour and a delectable glass of wine selected by Gertrude’s restaurant. Advance sales only; space is limited.

JAZZ + DINNER
Includes a delightful three-course dinner on the outdoor terrace of Gertrude’s restaurant and a concert ticket. Members receive priority reservations. To order, call 410.889.3399. Don’t delay, these tickets sell out quickly! Children do not receive discounts.

TICKETS
Members Only
                                       General Public
Single Concert $18                                        $25
Single Concert+Tour $23                               $35
5 Concerts $80                                            $115
5 Concerts+Tours $105                               $165
Jazz+Dinner $63                                            $70
Jazz+Dinner+Tour $68                                   $80

Order tickets online at artbma.org, by phone at 800.919.6272, or in-person at the BMA Box Office. Service charges apply for phone and online orders.
On the day of the concert additional tickets are released for sale after 4 p.m., weather permitting. Call 443.573.1701 for updates.

In the event of rain, concerts are held in the BMA Meyerhoff Auditorium. Call 443.573.1701 for updates. Outdoor reservations must be changed to indoor seating or rescheduled by calling Gertrude’s at 410.889.3399. No refunds or exchanges.

Houston Person
WHEN: July 7
One of the giants of soul-based jazz, Houston Person’s velvet-toned tenor saxophone has enamored jazz lovers since the 1960s.

The Steven Kroon Latin Jazz Sextet 
WHEN: July 28

Steven Kroon has captivated audiences for more than 35 years, recording and performing with Aretha Franklin, The Temptations, Diana Krall, and the late R&B legend Luther Vandross.

Kevin Mahogany with the Dave Stryker Group
WHEN: August 4
Learn why the New Yorker declared, “There is little Mahogany cannot do.”

Tracey Curbeam
WHEN: August 18
Hear Tracey Curbeam’s impressive four-octave voice and lively repetoire of jazz, soul and gospel, paired with the talented Da’Fellas.

Ethel Ennis
WHEN: August 25
See a true legend deemed the “grand dame of Baltimore jazz” by Baltimore Magazine.

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