CLICK will be participating in the Northampton Jazz Festival 2018! Featuring TWO musicians at CLICK Saturday October 20th!
Northampton Jazz Fest has a rich line-up of jazz artists from around the region and across the globe. They are staging jazz performances by local and visiting artists at a host of venues around downtown Northampton, including CLICK, of course! Come join us as Jazz Abounds Downtown!
The whole festival will span 3 days, from October 19th-21st.
On Friday, October 19, stroll, drink, and dine your way through downtown Northampton, when the city’s restaurants, bars, and pubs will host live jazz combos all evening long. The Jazz Strut features the best of Western Massachusetts jazz artists. Each artist will play for about two hours at each venue.
Saturday, October 20th’s music lineup features jazz musicians from around the region and across the globe performing all across town.
On Sunday the 21st, we’ll top off the weekend with The Hotel Northampton Jazz Brunch. It will be a delicious fundraiser to advance a new program, The Davis Financial Group Jazz in the Schools program, a collaboration between the festival, the Northampton Jazz Workshop and the Northampton Public Schools to bring professional jazz musicians in to play with and coach budding student jazz musicians. The brunch will feature trombonist Steve Davis and vocalist Linda Ransom backed up by The Green Street Trio.
Visit CLICK on Saturday October 20th for performances by Miro Sprague and Dominque Eade!
Miro is a pianist, composer, and bandleader known for his dynamic and passionate performance style, inspiring creativity, and artistic versatility. Working primarily in the field of jazz and improvised music, he has toured the United States, Europe, Japan, and the Middle East, performing at many of the world's top venues and festivals.
Dominque Eade is a Jazz vocalist with an accomplished Discography. She has been reviewed in many media outlets including the The Boston Phoenix and The New York Times. “Her voice was rich and clear and strong in all ranges; she had musicianship and cool intelligence” The New York Times praised.