Final Three Concerts of Jazz Poetry Month
Mary Halvorson (solo)
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Last year, Thumbscrew – a trio made up of Mary Halvorson (guitar), Tomas Fujiwara (drums) and Michael Formanek (double bass) – created and recorded their new album Convallaria here at City of Asylum during their BNY Mellon Jazz Residency.
This year, to close out Jazz Poetry Month, these powerhouse performers return to Pittsburgh for a three-day showcase of talent not to be missed!
On Friday, October 7th, join guitarist Mary Halvorson for a solo concert. This NPR-featured performer has been deemed “a bridge between the jazz of the past and the jazz of the future” by the trendsetting review site Pitchfork. If you have heard her jazz interludes or Tiny Desk Concerts on NPR, now is the time to catch this nationally-acclaimed musician in person!
On Saturday, October 8th, catch a concert with Tomas Fujiwara and The Hook Up. Tomas and his band are at the front lines of today’s jazz and have been called “prominent representatives of new directions in jazz and improvisation.” Get a taste of the cutting-edge New York jazz right here in Pittsburgh!
Finally, on Sunday, October 9th, Thumbscrew reunites on the Alphabet City stage. This band has been dubbed “One of the most exciting bands currently playing,” and we could not be more thrilled to welcome them back to City of Asylum!
We cannot think of a better way to close out Jazz Poetry Month.