A concert of old Jazz songs. Join us for a fun evening of music and community!
Forgive me if I don’t have the words. Maybe I can sing it & you’ll understand.
Ella Fitzgerald (1917–1996)
Vox Musica closes their season in May with TRADITIONS: Whisky & Jazz. This concert will transform you back to a lively evening at one of Mr. Gatsby’s extravagant parties from F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby. This classy, yet casual concert project will be filled with libations and old Jazz songs that linger on the ear. Accompanying us for this project will be the poised and improvisational playing of songwriter, bassist, and bandleader, Casey Lipka, and her trio of musicians. TRADITIONS: Whisky & Jazz concert will be presented on May 20th at 5:00pm at Beatnik Studios (723 S Street; Sacramento, CA). Take a moment to enjoy life like your Grandparents or Great Grandparents used to through the smoky sounds of Jazz.
Location: Beatnik Studios (723 S Street, Sacramento, CA, 95811)
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Casey Lipka, is a vocalist, bassist and teaching artist based in Sacramento. Described as “an emerging talent” with “a lush, textured, and organic listen that’s all too easy to become infatuated with“. Casey blends elements of pop, jazz, classical, and folk to create a unique sound. She performs locally leading her band as well as accompanies groups Sonic Drift, One Button Suit, Camellia Symphony, Ron Cuhna Big Band and Sacramento Women’s Chorus. She recently toured with the rock band CAKE. As a teaching artist, she leads music classes throughout Sacramento City Unified School District and directs a children’s choir, “The Singing Cubs,” at Crocker Riverside Elementary School. She has opened for world renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma and saxophonist Kamasi Washington.
For More Information about Casey Lipka visit: http://caseylipka.com
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