The Scott Club Concert Series continues on November 21st with a performance by Grayson Nye and John Hébert. Join us in person (limited capacity – reservations required)** or virtually for this free concert showcasing the Everett concert grand piano!
**To be an audience member a reservation is required and the Scott Club needs to confirm your vaccination status at the door. Masks required. Please email the Scott Club (email@example.com) to reserve your spot. This concert will also be streamed live on Scott Club Facebook Live and Foundry Hall Twitch channel www.twitch.tv/foundryhall
Kalamazoo pianist Grayson Nye is a member of the Last Gasp Collective, Fake Baseball, Saxquatch and the Bridge Band, and recently has joined a band fronted by The Lasso. While he performs in many groups, Grayson’s background is in jazz. He will be joined by bassist John Hébert, who is currently a part of the Fred Hersch Trio. The two will play a mix of jazz standards as well as originals in a unique duo setting between piano and bass.
This concert, which is a collaboration between the South Haven Scott Club and Foundry Hall, is sponsored in part by grant funding from The Greater South Haven Area Community Foundation and Entergy Palisades Power Plant.
NOTE: Spring concerts will be announced at a later date.