JD & HJ Quartet
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Henry Johnson - guitar
Jo Ann Daugherty - piano
Joshua Ramos - bass
Ryan Bennett - drums
Pianist, conductor, musical director, recording artist, composer and arranger Jo Ann Daugherty loves making all kinds of music. Her most recent jazz trio album Bring Joy earned a 4-star review from Downbeat Magazine (January 2017) and was listed as one of their “Best Albums of 2017.”
Her work with jazz multi-reedist Victor Goines has included performing in beautiful spaces such as Dizzy’s Club and Smoke in NYC, Satchmo Fest in New Orleans, Jazz at Lincoln Center Shanghai, and most recently Havana, Cuba in January 2020.
Her work as a music director and keyboardist has led to conducting and playing with touring Broadway productions (Jersey Boys, Motown the Musical and more); arranging, directing, and performing concert specials for PBS with Under the Streetlamp; playing productions with Lyric Opera of Chicago (Jesus Christ Superstar, West Side Story); music-supervising and playing on the orchestral soundtrack of the wildlife documentary To The Ends of the Earth; and music-directing and playing on tour with An Unforgettable Nat King Cole Christmas.
She has led or collaborated on clinics with a focus on jazz at universities such as Northwestern, Capital University, Truman State, Purdue University Fort Wayne, and University of Kansas, as well as numerous high schools and colleges in the Chicago area, and in Havana, Cuba. Past adventures include performing with the USO of Illinois, teaching jazz piano at Chicago’s Roosevelt University, leading her own group at the Chicago Jazz Festival twice, and jamming with amazing musicians in Madagascar. Based in Chicago, she is now traveling less but still aiming to bring joy to people through music.
- 5:30 - General Admission$22.75$22.750$0
- 5:30 - VIP Seating$27.75$27.750$0
- 7:30 - General Admission$22.75$22.750$0
- 7:30 - VIP Seating$27.75$27.750$0