By Tony Vellela Directed by Pamela Harwood "Admissions" is a drama about a group of diverse student leaders who take over the offices of the college president only to be torn apart by their own political differences.
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Producer Tommy LiPuma and bassist/arranger/composer John Clayton reminisce and play music from their recording projects with Diana Krall, Dr. John, Jimmy Scott and more. The presentation opens with students from Tri-C and Oberlin College playing music. John Clayton and pianist Gerald Clayton, his son, provide feedback. Join us for what promises to be an inspiring and informative event.
Tri-C JazzFest and Nighttown are pleased to present all-star father and son duo John Clayton (bass) and Gerald Clayton (piano) for an evening of transportive music. The Claytons are this year's Tri-C JazzFest Artists in Residence.
Singer Lynn Mabry has enjoyed a successful career as a backup singer for the likes of Stevie Nicks, George Michael and the Talking Heads. Mabry, a founding member of the Brides of Funkenstein, comes to Tri-C's Metropolitan Campus for a screening of "20 Feet From Stardom," the Oscar-winning documentary about backup singers, and a discussion with Lauren Onkey of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, hosted by JazzFest Director Terri...
Tri-C JazzFest's annual DownBeat Invitational this year will draw hundreds of high school and college musicians for daylong workshops and master classes and a free lunchtime performance that is open to the public. Come hear pianist Gerald Clayton and his trio, as well as the Berklee Next Generation Ensemble.
Over the course of eight years -- with three albums as a leader, several studio projects as a sideman, and countless worldwide...
To celebrate International Jazz Day, Tri-C JazzFest will bring Israeli-born Ethiopian singer Ester Rada to Cleveland. Critics describe her genre mixing sound as "gracefully combining Ethio-Jazz, Urban-funk, Neo-Soul and R&B, with mixed undertones of black grooves."