On September 16th and 17th Piano by Nature will present the first concerts from our tenth anniversary season—an entire season of celebration from September 2017 all the way through June 2018 with artists from both our past and future. To begin with, we start with a sultry and delicious trio from Vermont headed by multi-talented vocal dynamo Taryn Noelle. She will present gorgeous jazz standards along with cabaret-style dramatic performances joined by PBNalum bassist Robinson Morse and master jazz pianist Dan Boomhower. These three musicians will inspire and delight all of our musical senses with their program of extraordinary elegance. Don’t miss this great start to a full season of stunning musical delicacies right here in the heart of the Adirondack Park. Come help us start the celebration!
These two concerts will be held at the Historic Hand House in Elizabethtown, NY on Saturday, September 16th at 7PM and Sunday, September 17th at 3PM. Tickets are $15 per adult, and $5 for 15-and-under. We will take reservations by phone and also sell tickets at the door. And if you would like to give a bit extra and sponsor a ticket for a student or senior, please let us know.
For more information visit www.pianobynature.org, our Piano by Nature Facebook page, and/or call 518 962 8899.
Here is a little about our vocalist:
Taryn who was born and raised in Toronto, Canada and is a current resident of Stowe, Vermont. She works throughout the state as a Stage Director, Vocalist, Actor, Choreographer, and Dance Teacher. She studied Jazz Vocals in NYC with Gregory Toroian, and also trained as an actor at The Circle in the Square Theatre School while living in New York. She is the current Theatre Program Director for Stowe High School, and teaches dance for couples getting married and for Green Mountain Performing Arts and Central Vermont Gymnastic Academy in Waterbury. She is thrilled to have the opportunity to perform at these Piano By Nature Concerts, and to work with Dan and Rob. Thanks very much to Rob and Rose for the opportunity and to Dan for arranging these beautiful tunes!