Thursday, Sep 23, 2021 7:30p -
Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation
154 Moody St.
Waltham, MA 02453
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Jenny Herzog is a singer, educator, and improvisational tap dancer who elevates everyone's mood when she performs. Her work draws upon a rich history of integration between jazz and tap dance. Jenny sings standards and original compositions, and uses tap as a musical instrument in of itself, providing percussive accents and improvisational color to everything she does. In short, she is unique and endearing and will make your day a better one.
James Heazlewood-Dale is an Australian born bassist and educator who is steeped in the jazz tradition. James began to focus on playing jazz double bass when he was accepted into the Sydney Conservatorium. After receiving a full scholarship he then moved to study at Berklee School of Music. He regularly plays with many around the Boston music scene.
James is regularly playing around the Boston music scene. He has also performed with some of the world's most prominent jazz musicians including Maria Schneider, Terrence Blanchard, George Garzone, Ernie Watts, James Morrison and Will Vincent. He is currently at Brandeis pursuing his PHD in Musicology.
Together, Jenny & James compliment each other in a sympatico and melodious way. They will very likely put you in a joyful state of mind.
This concert will feature an artist interview conducted by freelance journalist Dan Gewertz. Dan wrote a piece on Jenny Herzog for the Boston Globe in October 2020. The piece centered on Jenny’s community outdoor tap series called Tap for Joy! which was also profiled last month on WBUR by Andrea Shea. https://inthesetimes.com/authors/daniel-gewertz
The Boiler House Jazz Series is underwritten in part by
KeyedUp.org, a project of JazzGeneration