Did You MISS It?? We are STILL JAMming...
Special EVENTS are ACTIVE Below....
Vincent York’s JAZZistry has been having a VIRTUAL PARTY all month, in celebration of the Smithsonian’s JAM Month!
SPECIAL CONCERT RECORDED: GRAND FINALE!
Free JAM from INTERNATIONAL JAZZ DAY: 4.30.21
9th Annual Intern’l Jazz Day Concert
Vincent York @ Kerrytown Concert House
Live STREAM the Concert:
Presented thru a Partnership of JAZZistry
Kerrytown Concert House &
Southeastern MI Jazz Association – SEMJA
ABOUT The BAND
We spent INTERNATIONAL JAZZ DAY with KCH where Vincent York set the standard, playing jazz classics and stepping out, at last! COVID-19 forced cancellation of Vincent’s 9th annual concert last year, so it is GREAT to get Vincent back in The House!
• The Band •
Vincent York, saxophones, clarinet, flute
John Douglas, trumpet
Josef Deas, bass
Zach Saginaw, percussion
One of Kerrytown Concert House’s Series: LIVE @ The 415.
WATCH IT RIGHT HERE!
WE STILL JAMming:
We will continue to SCREEN our Rare Art film
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A Closer Walk With
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Here is an unusual example of a perfect Jazzistry-style blend of history, art and jazz. This rare, independent film is a story of time and farewells. Starring Vincent York, it reveals hidden gifts and shadows of the past. Filmed prior to the MI Central Train Station’s rescue by the Ford Motor Company (in 2018), it is a memorable double portrait. By Yi Cui, former UM student, JAZZistry volunteer and film student at York University (no relation) in Canada. Yi, an award-winning filmmaker, now teaches at Colgate University. When she learned that the glorious building has since been saved from the wrecking ball she said, “Perhaps the magic of music has something to do with this wonderful resurrection.”