Erhu master Xiao Dong Wei and Steinway piano artist Yuki Mack perform a East Meets West concert of Classical, Chinese and Japanese traditional music, originals, and more. Prepare for musical enchantment! Click photo for more details and tickets.
Guitarist A. Spencer Barefield, saxophonist Rafael Statin, trumpeter Trunino Lowe, bassist Brian Juarez, and drummer Everett Reid will honor Charlie “Bird” Parker, one of the most influential innovators of Jazz and BeBop, tentatively postponed to March 2021.
Orquesta La Inspiracion with founder Puerto Rican congera Ozzie Rivera and musical director of pianist Bill Meyer, is a large ensemble of some of the Detroit area’s most vibrant and authentic Latin musicians. Enjoy a free Salsa Dance class before the concert with Fred Astaire Dance instructors, great music and a Mexican-style meal with a glass of Sangria at a Yamasaki-designed treasure.
Enjoy an adventurous Classical concert showcasing famed African American composers with a virtuosic ensemble: violinist Jannina Norpoth, violist Jason Amos, guitarist A. Spencer Barefield and bassist John-Paul Norpoth.
Dress up and celebrate Mardi Gras on January 25 with the fabulous Alvin Waddles ensemble. New Orleans-inspired food served during intermission! Click on photo for more details.
The Palmer Woods Home & Garden Tour will showcase 10 magnificent homes and spectacular gardens — including the Frank Lloyd Wright gardens — July 13-14, 2019. Join us for an intimate Soirée Preview Gala on Saturday and all-day tour on Sunday. Click on the photo for tickets
Motown veteran, Aretha’s last music director, Detroit treasure Al McKenzie leads an all-star ensemble for an evening of jazz, R & B, soul, Motown and more with trumpeter Rayse Biggs, vocalist Penny Wells, bassist Darrell Smith and drummer Jeff Canady. Click photo for more info.
Celebrate the Memorial Holiday weekend the Detroit Jazz Ambassador-A.Spencer Barefield & Friends: saxophonist Dave McMurray, trumpeter Dwight Adams, guitarist A. Spencer Barefield, bassist Jeff Pedraz and drummer Djallo Djakate Keita. Click photo for more info.
A shimmering soprano voice,” according to The New York Times, Jordan is a Metropolitan Opera National Council winner who breaks boundaries between opera, hip-hop, jazz and beyond. She will perform with virtuoso harpist Maurice Draughn. Click photo for info.
Led by violinist/flutist Michelle May, Musique Noire is known for its unique arrangements of world fusion music. Musicians include violist/violinist Leah Lucas Celebi, percussionist JoVia Armstrong, and special guests violinlist/vocalist Tia Imani Hanna, guitarist Elden Kelly, and bassist Marion Hayden. Click photo for more info.