Candlelight Concert

Sat, Feb. 13 at 6:30 PM: Candlelight Concert Features Nadje Noordhuis + James Shipp

Candlelight Concert Features Nadje Noorduis + James Shipp

Saturday, Feb. 13th, 6:30 PM
Free for members | $10 for not-yet-members.
Omi Visitors Center | 1405 County Rt. 22, Ghent NY.
Reception to follow with refreshments.

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** Tickets are still available, you may purchase them at the door **

Join us as we combat the winter chill with an evening of energetic jazz by warm candlelight!
Guests are invited to experience the ethereal and energetic jazz of Nadje Noordhuis + James Shipp by candlelight in the stunning glass setting of Omi's Visitor Center for our fourth annual Candlelight Concert.

Enjoy a reception with refreshments to follow the performance, featuring Joto Sake, cheese by Old Chatham Sheepherding Co., and more!


About the
 Australian-born, Brooklyn-based trumpeter and composer Nadje Noordhuis is an alumnus of the Music Omi international residency program. She brings a classical music background to her lyrical jazz, which is flavored by diverse influences – from Irish folk melodies to rhythmic tangos. Noordhuis will be joined by vibraphonist, percussionist and composer James Shipp for the Candlelight Concert. Shipp plays an array of instruments and styles, often blending genres though the fluidity of jazz, which he calls the "big tent" in the international music world – from funk and improv to Caribbean and third stream chamber music.
 Nadje Noordhuis + James Shipp regularly play intimate venues throughout New York City and are currently in production for their debut album as a duo.

Nadje Noordhuis + James Shipp, photographed by Mimi Stefanova

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