An improvised concert including classical themes and jazz standards, entertaining demonstrations of musical improvisation and original music from “Stories Without Words.”
Joe Holt is an improvisational pianist, with a unique and diverse musical background. A graduate of Glassboro State College (NJ) and a student of Yoheved Kaplinsky, he has built his musical expression on a classical foundation, with a commitment to his own improvisational performance. At hundreds of events each year, Joe performs primarily as a soloist, but has also performed with his own trio, and established jazz groups, both in the Mid-Atlantic region and throughout the US in concerts and jazz festivals. Joe is active in recording, appearing on over 20 albums, 6 of which are on his own label. He also performs weekly for “Joe Holt’s Notes on the Radio” – heard (locally) on WKDI 840am, and through his website.
Enjoy an informal evening of music, coffee and desserts in our candle-lit performance space. Feel free to bring a picnic (byob) to enjoy while listening to an open mic at 7:30pm and Joe Holt at 8pm. Admission is $10.