Fri, Jul 15|
Tammy L. Hall Trio @ 7PM
Grammy Award winning pianist/composer/bandleader Tammy L Hall offers an intimate view into the music of Mary Lou Williams, Nina Simone and Shirley Horn, joined by Jason Lewis on drums and Kevin Goldberg, contrabass
Time & Location
Jul 15, 7:00 PM
Sand City, 440 Ortiz Ave, Sand City, CA 93955, USA
About the Event
Grammy Award winning pianist/composer/bandleader Tammy L Hall offers an intimate view into the music of Mary Lou Williams, Nina Simone and Shirley Horn: three major influences in Tammy’s musical life. Tammy has traveled and performed extensively in Japan, Europe and Mexico, including a 30-city tour with Queen Esther Marrow and the Harlem Gospel Singers throughout Germany, Switzerland and Austria. Other venues and festivals of note include Kennedy Center (Mary Lou Williams Jazz Festival), Dizzy's and the Rose Room at Jazz At Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, Sala Filharmonica (Trento, ITALY), Herbst Theatre, The Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse, Monterey Jazz Festival, San Jose Jazz Festival, SFJazz Center, Yoshi's Oakland and San Francisco and Kuumbwa Jazz in Santa Cruz, CA.
Tammy’s continued involvement with her musical and cultural community include working as an instructor/lecturer (faculty)/mentor, with a number of schools and non-profit arts organizations dedicated to making music and theatre accessible to under-funded inner city children and well known and funded organizations such as: Adventures In Music (AIM), under the auspices of the San Francisco Symphony in collaboration with the San Francisco Unified School District, The Handful Players Children’s Theatre (San Francisco public schools/Boys & Girls Club of San Francisco), the Drew School (San Francisco), SFJazz Educational Outreach programs (Jazz In The Middle, Jazz In Session, Jazz and Freedom, Jazz and the American Experience), The Oakland Public Conservatory of Music, Alameda Unified School District, Stanford Jazz Workshop, Zellerbach Foundation, Yoshi’s and the Jazz & Heritage Center of San Francisco, Musically Minded Academy in Oakland, the Narada Michael Walden Foundation, VIBO Music in San Francisco and the California Jazz Conservatory - and the world, through Broadway Bound, with workshops and performances in Uruguay, Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan. In 2019 Tammy was recognized by the San Francisco Chapter of the Human Rights Commission, as one of the recipients of its inaugural Pleasant-Leidesdorff San Francisco Community Stalwart Award.
The Tammy L. Hall Trio
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