Orange Kellin and the New Orleans Blue Serenaders present A Night in Old New Orleans
7:00pm Social Hour | 8:00pm Concert
Clarinetist Orange Kellin brings his trio, actor/singer/dancer Vernel Bagneris, and the infectious New Orleans ragtime sound to Hopkins.
Join us for Musical Notes, a pre-concert talk by Kevin Barnes, from 7:15-7:45pm. Seating is limited.
Over the past 30 years, Kevin Barnes has been a familiar name to the Minnesota acoustic music and jazz scene as a musician, educator, Twin Cities Jazz Festival founder, radio show host and producer. Kevin performed regularly on A Prairie Home Companion and toured world-wide as banjoist and leader of Stoney Lonesome from 1981-97 and did session work with multiple artists including Peter Ostrouschko, Dean Magraw, Prudence Johnson, Neal and Leandra, Laurie Lewis and many others. In 1998 Kevin teamed with Steve Heckler to found and establish the Twin Cities Jazz Festival. The festival has grown to be recognized as one of the pre-eminent free civic jazz festivals in the United States, attracting upwards of 50,000 jazz lovers in late June. Kevin is also the host and producer for two popular programs which air on Jazz88 KBEM 88.5FM: String Theory and Bluesville. Kevin’s most recent project has been producing a radio mystery series, Jazz Noir.
Free Hors d’oeuvres and cash bar during social hour courtesy of Big Ten Restaurant and Bar.
Discounts (Only one discount may apply to a ticket purchase.)
Members save $5 | Seniors (age 60+) save $3 | Fulltime students pay $12 |
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