Tristate Happenings: This Weekend Outdoor Music, Jazz, Art Set | News

As the pandemic continues to evolve and cities, regions and countries become more and more open, attendance and support for live events will benefit everyone. This is what is happening in the tristate in the next few days.

The outdoor Pullman Square Summer Concert Series will continue on Thursday night, June 10th. Held every Thursday from 6pm to 9pm this summer, the series is a great way to start your weekend with live music support. At the concert on Thursday, the band My Only Cab Ride will bring their fun and unique rock’n’roll to the outdoor stage.

On Friday, June

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Tri-State Happenings: Outdoor music, jazz and art set for this weekend | News

As the pandemic continues to evolve and the city, region and nation open up more and more, attending and supporting live events benefits everyone. Here is what is going on in the Tri-State in the coming days.

The outdoor Pullman Square Summer Concert Series continues Thursday night, June 10. Taking place every Thursday this summer from 6 to 9 p.m., the series is a great way to kick off the weekend while supporting live music. For Thursday’s concert, the band My Only Cab Ride brings their fun and unique rock and roll to the outdoor stage.

On Friday, June 11,

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‘Art of Jazz’ series at Kleinhans Music Hall announced for 2022

(Image courtesy of the BPO)

Wed, May 5th 2021 02:25 pm

Featuring The Campbell Brothers, Anat Cohen and Trio Brasileiro, Ethan Iverson & Tom Harrell, Catherine Russell

In anticipation of the reopening of concert venues in time for the 2021-22 season, Kleinhans Music Hall announced the return of the “Art of Jazz” series in 2022 – including two of the shows canceled in 2020 due to the pandemic, and introducing two additional performers for a four-concert series.

“Art of Jazz” producer Bruce Eaton said, “We are thrilled about the return of live music and very excited with the lineup of

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Detroit saxophonist brings MSUFCU Jazz Artist in Residence Program to finale

Diego Rivera, associate director of jazz studies and director for Octet I, said in previous years, the guest artist toured around the state, performing at different schools. 

Although the online event is a replacement for the in-person performances and classes, Rivera tried to make this event, as well as his own online teaching, worthwhile.

“I was very intentional about making it a different experience, not trying to make it a compromised in-person experience but a really beneficial and robust virtual experience,” Rivera said.

Jazz Events Coordinator Max Colley III said the switch to online, although abrupt, helped reach broader

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