Editor’s Choice – Vectren Just Jazz Series

Editor’s Choice – Vectren Just Jazz Series

Vectren Just Jazz Series

By Nicole Wroten

DAI’s popular Vectren Just Jazz series will return next week on Thursday, March 3, with New York-based Mara Rosenbloom Quartet. The performance begins at 5:30 p.m. in the museum’s Shaw Gothic Cloister. The group, led by pianist and composer Mara Rosenbloom, is currently touring the United States, performing hits from its premier release “School of Fish,” as well as showcasing new music for its upcoming album “Songs from the Ground.” “School of Fish” is an album of Rosenbloom’s original compositions, celebrating community and human interaction – how we forge unspoken bonds, react, drift apart, and find each other again out of inherent need. All performances begin at 5:30 p.m. Admission is FREE for museum members and $8 for non-members. General admission tickets may be purchased at The Dayton Art Institute the night of each performance. For more information about the Vectren Just Jazz series and other programs at The Dayton Art Institute, please visit www.daytonartinstitute.org or call the museum at (937) 223-5277.

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