WOODMERE ART MUSEUM SATURDAY NIGHT JAZZ …OUTDOORS

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Woodmere Art Museum, 9201 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19118

$25 ($15 members) Celebrate music at Woodmere — outdoors — with exceptional performers surrounded by nature and amazing works of art.  Tickets are available for purchase:

  • ONLINE (Click the show title links below)
  • BY PHONE by calling (800) 595-4849 (please note that an additional $3.50 charge per ticket will be applied to phone orders only)​

Saturday Night Jazz (Two Performances: 5pm & 7pm)

Jazz is back! The series moves outdoors and to Saturday evenings this fall with new protocols in accordance with health and safety guidelines. Tickets are limited to accommodate social distancing. Masks are required. Refreshments and seating are BYO.

Planning to attend? Please review this page before your visit.


SEPT 19 | THE SONGBOOK OF DUKE ELLINGTON AND ELLA FITZGERALD 

Enjoy the legendary sounds and tunes of these two jazz pioneers and friends. The collaboration of Ellington’s lush textures and compositions with Ella’s elegant, warm-timbred voice created a unique energy that will be brought to life by pianist Adam Faulk and vocalist Suzanne Burgess.   


SEPT 26 | JAZZ OF THE ’50S: LEE MORGAN AND HORACE SILVER 

The expressive trumpet of Lee Morgan and colorful piano style of Horace Silver are regarded as trendsetters in jazz music for transitioning bebop into the soulful beat of ’50s hardbop. Special guest trumpeter Will Wright and pianist Adam Faulk will fill the evening with classic tunes such as SidewinderSong for My Father and more. 


OCT 3 | MOTOWN MEETS JAZZ 

Motown emanated from the soul and style of jazz. A trip down memory lane will make you feel the power and energy of tunes by Marvin Gaye, the Temptations, Stevie Wonder, Gladys Knight and more and how their music speaks to our current time. 


OCT 10 | A TRIBUTE TO LINDA RONSTADT 

With a dizzying repertoire of genres and extraordinary vocal range, Linda Ronstadt enchanted the world. Whether she was singing Smokey Robinson’s “Ooh Baby Baby” or her own country-tinged “Blue Bayou,” she touched the heart each time.  A celebration of this extraordinary musician. 


WRTI is a partner for Music at Woodmere. Saturday Night Jazz is offered in partnership with LifeLine Music Coalition

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