Sun, Apr 02|
Jeremy Kahn Quartet with guest vocalist Julia Danielle - Oh, What A Beautiful Songbook: Music Of Rodgers & Hammerstein
Jeremy Kahn - piano; Julia Danielle - vocals; Andy Baker - trombone; Clark Sommers - bass; Neil Hemphill - drums
Time & Location
Apr 02, 5:30 PM – 9:00 PM CDT
Chicago, 465 N McClurg Ct, Chicago, IL 60611, USA
About The Event
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Jeremy Kahn - piano
Julia Danielle - vocals
Andy Baker - trombone
Clark Sommers - bass
Neil Hemphill - drums
Jeremy Kahn is one of Chicago's busiest pianists, spending time in jazz clubs and orchestra pits, as well as in teaching and recording studios. He has played in all of the most visible local jazz venues, and was the house pianist at Streeterville's legendary Gold Star Sardine Bar for its final three years. Jeremy has performed internationally, most recently (5/16) in Posnan, Poland, as part of the "Made In Chicago" Jazz Festival. He has been the featured guest on the radio shows on Marian McPartland and Studs Terkel.
Jeremy has also played for many theatrical productions, Including "Wicked", "Spamalot" and "The Lion King". He served as the Musical Director for "Louis & Keel Live At The Sahara" at the Royal George Theater, as well as at the Geffen Playhouse and Laguna Playhouse in California. He also is a Visiting Lecturer at Northwestern University, teaching Jazz Piano and Jazz Improvisation.
For more infor: www.kahnman.com
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Julia Danielle is an up-and-coming vocalist, arranger, educator, and composer based in the heart of the vibrant jazz scene of Chicago.
Her classical training with Northwestern University Voice and Opera professor, Theresa Brancaccio laid the solid foundation for Julia to now bend and blend the lines of classic and contemporary jazz and soul music. Julia grew up in the traveling and nationally competing Campanella Children’s Choir, and is an alumn of the Chicago a Cappella: High School Apprenticeship Program from 2018-2019.
As the 2022 International Ella Fitzgerald Jazz Vocal Competition Winner, part of Julia's prize was performing alongside The Tierney Sutton Band at the infamous Blues Alley Jazz Club in Washington D.C.
Julia has had the opportunity to perform alongside staples of the scene including bassists Clark Sommers and Dennis Carroll, drummers George Fludas and Isaiah Spencer, pianist Jeremy Kahn, and saxophonists Sharel Cassity and Isaiah Collier.
Julia continues her deep study and love for Black American Music, vocal technique, and pedagogy with Dana Hall, Kathryn Sherman, and Scott Ramsay as she completes her fourth year at the DePaul University School of Music as a Jazz Voice Studies major.
You can catch Julia performing around the city at The Jazz Showcase, Andy’s Jazz Club, Winter’s Jazz Club, Elastic Arts, and The Fulton Street Collective, as well as at fusion venues like Lincoln Hall, Martyrs, Schubas Tavern, GMan Tavern, and The Golden Dagger.
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