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Tower Hill to Host Accomplished Saxophonist

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

 

Award-winning Saxophonist Grace Kelly.

Tower Hill Botanic Garden will host renowned jazz musician Grace Kelly as a part of its concert series.

Kelly, who will perform at Tower Hill on June 8th, is widely regarded as a rising star in the industry, and has been referred to as one of the best acts to ever to come out of Boston. Voted as the “Best Jazz Act” in Boston four consecutive years in the Boston Phoenix Music Poll, Kelly appears to be on her way toward being one of the most accomplished musicians of her generation.

During her three-night stand as a guest of Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Center’s Artistic Director Wynton Marsalis was so impressed with Kelly, that he invited her to join the ensemble for President Barack Obama’s inauguration ceremony. Kelly has also received the ASCAP Foundation’s Young Jazz Composers Award in 2007, 2008, 2010 and 2011.

The festivities will begin at Tower Hill at 6:30 pm when a pre-show cash bar will open with a light selection of snacks available. The concert is set to begin at 7:30 in the magnificent Orangerie. Reduced rates for outdoor seating are also available. Support of Tower Hill’s Concert Series was give by Digital Federal Credit Union.

Tickets are $25 for non-members and $22 for Tower Hill members. $17 tickets are available for students. You can purchase tickets by calling Tower Hill at 508-869-6111 or by clicking here.

 

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