CANCELED - The Jazz Gallery All-Stars
This performance has been canceled due to inclement weather. All ticket buyers have been automatically refunded. We plan to reschedule the concert for a later date. Please stay tuned.
Tri-C Performing Arts brings The Jazz Gallery All-Stars to the Metropolitan Campus on Feb. 3. Seating is limited to 30% of the venue.
Since its founding in 1995 by Roy Hargrove, Dale Fitzgerald, and Lezlie Harrison, New York City's The Jazz Gallery has been a key institution in the city's jazz and creative music scene. Known as "the most imaginatively booked jazz club in New York" (New York Times), The Gallery has welcomed and nurtured several generations of musicians from around the world, including many who have gone on to critical acclaim as Grammy Award® nominees and winners, MacArthur Fellows, Thelonious Monk Competition winners and finalists, Critics' Poll-winners, and headliners at major international festivals.
The Jazz Gallery celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2020 with a special ensemble featuring many of the leading creative voices in jazz- all of whom cut their teeth on The Jazz Gallery stage. The Jazz Gallery All-Stars is made up of Miguel Zenón (alto saxophone), Melissa Aldana (tenor saxophone), Charles Altura (guitar), Gerald Clayton (piano), Matt Brewer (upright bass), Kendrick Scott (drums) and special guest Renee Neufville (voice).
The Jazz Gallery first introduced the All-Stars at the JVC Jazz Festival in 2010 for its 15th Anniversary. The group consisted of some of the finest young musicians, bandleaders and composers with serious connections to The Jazz Gallery, including founding member, trumpeter Roy Hargrove and MacArthur Fellow Miguel Zenon. On the 25th anniversary of the venue, The Jazz Gallery All-Stars made a triumphant return. Their first concert in January at the 2020 Winter Jazz Festival was a massive success.
"The Jazz Gallery is the foremost venue in New York City to launch the careers of exceptional young jazz artists since it was founded in Roy Hargrove's loft in 1995,"- Hank O'Neal, The Jazz Gallery Chairman of the Board
Location: Tri-C Metro Auditorium, 2809 Woodland Ave. in Cleveland, OH (We are now offering a streaming link with the purchase of a ticket to view the concert live from home. The concert will not be available for viewing post-show, only live. Streaming link will be emailed to attendees the week of the show.)
Free parking is available in Lot 5 directly under the Auditorium. The College policy is for everyone to wear masks indoors while on campus.
Thursday, February 3, 2022 at 7:00pm
Metropolitan Campus Auditorium
2514-2534 E. 30th St., Cleveland, OH 44115