October 12: Sarah Elizabeth Charles

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Reserved seating

Admission: Front Row table seats-$30, Table, Premium Gallery & HiTop seats-$25, Gallery & Row seats-$20, Students-$15 (Gallery & Row seats)

With The S.E. Charles Quartet

Sarah Elizabeth Charles is a rising vocalist/composer based in New York City. She has worked and studied with artists such as George Cables, Geri Allen, Nicholas Payton, Sheila Jordan, Jimmy Owens and Carmen Lundy and released her debut record, “Red” in September of 2012 with her band the S.E. Charles Quartet. As the active vocalist in a number of bands (including AJOYO, Manner Effect, Transient Beings and Enoch Smith Jr.’s “Misfits”), Sarah has performed at many venues throughout her career. These venues have included Gillette Stadium as a National Anthem singer for the New England Patriots, the Bern International Jazz Festival in Switzerland, the Port-au-Prince International Jazz Festival, The Kennedy Center, the Pittsburgh JazzLive International Festival, the Burlington Jazz Festival, the Apollo Music Café, Blue Note NYC, Le Poisson Rouge, Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola and the Rose Theatre with Jazz at Lincoln Center.

In addition to her performances, Sarah is also an active educator. She works as a teaching artist with Carnegie Hall’s Musical Connections program, teaches private lessons in New York City and at Larchmont Music Academy and is developing an early childhood music education program with Rise2Shine, a non-profit organization based in Fond Parisien, Haiti.

Sarah’s sophomore project, “Inner Dialogue”, released March 24th, 2015 on Truth Revolution Records, features her band along with co-producer/special guest Christian Scott. Along with the release of this project, Sarah has recently performed at the Rose Theatre (along with the great Andy Bey and Molly Johnson in Jazz at Lincoln Center’s “Celebrating Lady Day” event), at Duc des Lombards and The New Morning in Paris and at the Blue Note in New York City. One can only look to the future for more unique music and performances from this one of a kind artist.

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