Jazz at the Hall
An afternoon for
learning about jazz. An evening for
grooving to it.
The Stan Strickland Quartet
|Old Town Hall
Jazz workshop 3:00
|October 15, 2005
Evening concert 7:30
For the first time ever, Jazz at the
Hall presents an afternoon concert and
workshop for all ages to learn more
about America's greatest indigenous art
Vocalist, saxophonist, flutist, dancer
and actor. Teacher at Berklee
College of Music, Tufts University and
the Longy School of Music. Leader
of Stan Strickland and Ascension and the
Stan Strickland Trio. Member of
the Bob Moses–Stan Strickland Duo
and the Phil
Performances with the
and Usef Lateef.
And a legacy of recording. Stan
Strickland has done it all.
Long a fixture of the Boston jazz scene,
Stan is admired as much by his peers as
by the public. In 1991 the City of
Boston awarded him the Martin Luther
King Music Achievement Award and, in
1994, Stan received the Cambridge
Favorite Musician Award.
No other musician has displayed more
versatility or garnered broader appeal.
Stan calls it Afro-Asian jazz and blues.
We say it comes in all shapes and sizes
and it all sounds out of this world.
Family Jazz Workshop: $5 suggested
Evening concert: $25 ($20 for students &
Tickets are available at Memorial Hall
Library and the
Seating is limited to 170. All
previous concerts sold out.
by the Friends of the Library