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Lori Zuroff Jazz Quintet ~ “Ladybug” CD Release Party

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The Lori Zuroff Jazz Quintet is the Parish Center for the Art’s next live music show in their jazz concert series, and will be held on Saturday, February 26th at 7:30pm. This concert is dedicated to celebrating the release of Zuroff’s jazz CD “Ladybug”. Joining Lori in her jazz quintet are Molly Flannery on piano, Bill McCormack on bass, Bill Vint on saxophone, and Miki Matsuki on drums.

She studied jazz vocals for several years with Boston’s own jazz divas Rebecca Parris and Dominique Eade, and with Sheila Jordan and Jay Clayton in New York City. Listen to a sampling of her new CD “Ladybug” at https://lorizuroff.com/music.

TICKETS: Advance online or at door (cash/credit):
Suggested Donation: $25 Adults, $21 Members
https://westford.org/…/lori-zuroff-jazz-quintet…/

Cabaret style seating. BYOB (drinks/food). Doors open at 7pm!

COVID GUIDELINES:
Must show proof of Covid vaccination and wear a mask at all times except when actively eating/drinking.
 
More about the Parish Center for the Arts
The PCA is a private, non-profit arts center located in a historic building on the town common in Westford, Massachusetts. A fine art gallery, a concert hall, a dance hall, or a general purpose hall for your private recital or family event, the PCA offers many ways to celebrate the fine and performing arts in a convenient and family-friendly venue. Built in 1829, our historic space is charming, intimate and has a capacity for up to 125 people. There isn’t a bad seat in the house! More info at https://westford.org/pca.

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