Packages start at $144.25
Exploring the connection between jazz and American popular song.
Please note: You are required to select the same price point,
seating section, and amount of seats for each performance in this package.
The Music of George Gershwin
Wednesday 4/23/2014–Thursday 4/24/2014
Michael Feinstein celebrates Gershwin's deep connection to jazz, both in his personal roots and influences. Gershwin was a formidable stride pianist, whose first-hand gurus were Lucky Roberts and James P. Johnson, and through his audacious themes and ingenious chord sequences, thousands of musicians have used Gershwin's work as a jumping off point for classic improvisations.
Legends of the Jazz Age
Wednesday 6/11/2014–Thursday 6/12/2014
No living entertainer knows the ins and outs of the music of the Roaring Twenties and the Great Depression more thoroughly than the singer pianist Michael Feinstein. For the third and final concert of his Jazz and Popular Song series, Feinstein explores the music of Louis Armstrong, Mildred Bailey, Sophie Tucker, Fats Waller, Ethel Waters, and Lee Wiley.