Jazz Brunch with Quiana Lynell
What's the best way to end JazzFest? Our annual jazz brunch at noon taking place the date after the festival weekend! This year, we are featuring singer Quiana Lynell at Nighttown.
Tickets will be on sale in April. This concert is not included in the Tri-C JazzFest festival pass deal, but passholders do get access to discounted tickets.
“A smile, a sound, a calling with passion and soul. These are the things that come to mind when trying to describe a serious vocal discovery. Quiana Lynell is already a vocal presence. ‘Where have you been and why am I just hearing about you’ was my thought when I first heard her sing. A unique, but warm, comforting voice that will make you reflect. However, she’s not only a voice, but a composer as well with something to say.’ —Terence Blanchard, 4-Time Grammy Winner and Blue Note Recording Artist & Producer.
The 2017 Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition winner, Quiana Lynell infuses her classical training with her gospel upbringing and approaches jazz as a storyteller. Her mesmerizing performances can only come about because Quiana believes every word that journeys from her soul. She hits every note with perfect timing and impeccable pitch. If Sam Cooke were alive to hear her performance of his classic, “A Change is Gonna Come,” he might say, “yeah…that is what I meant.”
Lynell is quickly becoming recognized as one of the voices to listen for. With her successful debut album A Little Love released by Concord Records in 2019, she is positioned to become one of the longstanding artists of Jazz.
Sunday, June 28 at 12:00pm