With a voice The New York Times calls “as pure and sparkling as mountain spring water,” Tierney Sutton celebrates the American Songbook with traditional folk songs, Broadway melodies, Gershwin highlights and songs from Leonard Bernstein’s West Side Story – music she documented on her GRAMMY-nominated 2011 release, American Road. An Omaha native, Sutton found her footing as a singer and bandleader shortly after arriving in her adopted home of Los Angeles in the mid 1990s, where she’s led one of the most durable working bands in jazz for the last two decades – a band that uniquely operates as a true collaborative unit in which the individual members make all musical and business decisions as partners. Chamber Music America/Doris Duke Charitable Trust This concert is eligible for The Shedd's Free Shedd Jazz Student Ticket program, which makes a limited number of free tickets to 2015-16 Shedd jazz concerts available to students elementary through college. The program is made possible by a grant from Chamber Music America and Doris Duke Charitable Foundation. Contact The Shedd Ticket Office for information.
Date & Time
January 12, 2017
7:30PM - 9:30PM
Add to Calendar 01/12/201707:30 PM 01/12/201709:30 PM America/Los_Angeles Tierney Sutton With a voice The New York Times calls “as pure and sparkling as mountain spring water,” Tierney Sutton celebrates the American Songbook with traditional folk... More info at www.oregonfamily.com/events/97274/tierney-sutton The John G. Shedd Institute for the Arts 868 High Street , Eugene, OR 97401 axEakIwmdzNKaowyWmiv58927