Chris Coles' Nine Lives Project

Named one of Cleveland Magazine’s “Most Interesting People of 2021,” saxophonist, composer and educator Chris Coles brings his meditation on the 2015 Charleston church shooting to Tri-C Metro Campus Auditorium on Nov. 14 at 7 p.m.

Combining jazz, spoken word and movement, audience and performers share a musical reflection on issues of social justice, racial inequality and gun violence. Co-presented by the Local 4 Music Fund and Tri-C Performing Arts.

Admission is free, but reservations are required. Proof of vaccination, photo ID and masking is required. Free parking is located in Lot 5 off Woodland Ave. Proceed to signs that say Auditorium. Parking garage is positioned directly underneath the auditorium. Capacity is limited so register now!

 

Local 4 Music Fund COVID-19 Policy

All audience, staff and performers must show proof of to be admitted to any Local 4 Music Fund event. Acceptable documentation may be a physical or digital copy of a COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card or other proof as permitted locally that can be matched with your driver's license or state ID. Masking is required for all audience members, staff and technical personnel.

Sunday, November 14 at 7:00pm

Metropolitan Campus Auditorium
2514-2534 E. 30th St., Cleveland, OH 44115

Event Type

Arts & Entertainment, Music, JazzFest, Tri-C Presents, Jazzfest Lineup

Target Audience

General Public

Website

http://www.tri-c.edu/performingarts

Cost

Free

Contact Information

JazzFest@tri-c.edu

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