ST. LOUIS SOUND PROJECT: EXPERIENCE JAZZ March 23rd, 2019 8:00 PM $10 Advance $13 Day of Show Some of the most
ST. LOUIS SOUND PROJECT:
March 23rd, 2019
$13 Day of Show
Some of the most notable jazz players of all time came from St. Louis including bassist Jimmy Blanton and trumpeter Miles Davis, who were major influences in the development of this most American of music styles. Experience jazz at its best on March 23rd at the Grandel Theater when the St. Louis Sound Project presents the Tonina Quartet, the Adam Maness Trio, Danny Campbell & Helios, and special guest, Anita Jackson!
Tonina is a St. Louis-born singer/songwriter, bassist, journalist, and poet who combines jazz with influences from other genres to create her own unique style. Former President Barack Obama highlighted Tonina’s “Historia de un Amor” as one of his favorite songs of 2018.
St. Louis native Adam Maness leads his dynamic trio in performances of jazz classics as well as skillful reimagining of songs by rock musicians such as Elliot Smith. Maness is a versatile multi-instrumentalist on piano, guitar, melodica, and other instruments, as well as an exceptional songwriter and arranger.
Local trumpet and flugelhorn player Danny Campbell, along with his band Helios, closes out the concert with a set that features a tribute to two legendary St. Louis horn players: Miles Davis and Clark Terry. Campbell and the band will also accompany acclaimed vocalist Anita Jackson to wrap up this all-star concert!
(Saturday) 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
3610 Grandel Sq.
Karlovsky & Company Dance Presents Shifting Time March 29-30, 2019 7:30 PM $20 Adult General Admission $15 Student/Senior Karlovsky & Company Dance presents
Karlovsky & Company Dance
March 29-30, 2019
$20 Adult General Admission
Karlovsky & Company Dance presents SHIFTING TIME March 29 & 30, 2019 at The Grandel!
SHIFTING TIME is an evening-length dance-theater work exploring thoughts, perceptions, and experiences of human and environmental time. Conceived by Dawn Karlovsky, Artistic Director of Karlovsky & Company Dance, this concert features original choreography by Karlovsky and guest collaborator Megan Nicely, Artistic Director of Bay Area-based Megan Nicely/Dance. SHIFTING TIME offers new perspectives on dance through the incorporation of post-modern and Japanese butoh influences, creating striking theatrical images that awaken memories and pose questions for our future. SHIFTING TIME includes original sound scores by St. Louis musician, Tory Starbuck.
Directed by Dawn Karlovsky and Megan Nicely.
Support for this event is made possible by the Missouri Arts Council – a state agency, the Regional Arts Commission, the Kranzberg Arts Foundation, The Grandel Theatre, and private donors.
29 (Friday) 7:30 pm - 30 (Saturday) 9:30 pm
The Grandel Theatre
3610 Grandel Sq
Since 2012, Poetic Justice Open Mic has been a platform for poets and artist locally, nationally, and internationally. What started as a listening party for a poetry EP has grown
Since 2012, Poetic Justice Open Mic has been a platform for poets and artist locally, nationally, and internationally. What started as a listening party for a poetry EP has grown to a staple in the literary community for artists and was voted 2017 Favorite Open Mic Night by The St. Louis Post-Dispatch. The vibe is indescribable, and the energy is beyond powerful.
March 31 (Sunday) 8:00 pm - April 1 (Monday) 12:00 am
3610 Grandel Sq.