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Shakespeare in Jazz

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September 23, 2020 7:30PM


Shakespeare in Jazz


Shakespeare in Jazz: All the World’s a Song is an engaging, participatory celebration of Shakespeare's work, offering an exciting new way to experience his genius. Great for those discovering his plays for the first time and for Shakespeare aficionados alike! Throughout the concert, audience members will want to sing along with catchy, original songs based on Midsummer Night’s Dream, Twelfth Night, Macbeth, Hamlet and many more. 
This intimate duo performance of Shakespeare in Jazz features the tremendous talents of Grammy-nominated vocalist, pianist and songwriter Nicole Zuraitis and composer and pianist Daniel Kelly, whose music has been declared “powerfully moving” by Time Out New York. Along with touring throughout Southeast Asia and India as a part of the Kennedy Center and US State Department-sponsored Jazz Ambassador program, Kelly has brought his unique talent to performances with Grammy award-winning jazz legends Michael Brecker and Joe Lovano, hip-hop star Lauryn Hill, and modern classical giants the Bang on a Can All-Stars, to name a few. 

Live Stream Event - September 23 / 7:30 PM - $15 per household   - OR -
Purchase our Virtual Pass for $9.99 per month!  Learn more here.

These performances are specially geared for the whole family to enjoy – all ages will have a great time. Fun is not just for kids in these unique presentations!

Sales for this event will close at 7 PM on September 23 to allow time to send access links to Ticket Holders.  If you need assistance with the link or to purchase late, please contact our Ticket Office at 989.631.8250

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