Date: Nov 08, 2017 | Time: 7:30 pm
Duke Ellington and Film, a Whitaker Jazz Speaks Series, at Jazz at the Bistro. Hear an in-depth discussion by Dr. John Hasse, curator of American music at the Smithsonian Institute, on Duke Ellington's work for the silver screen and a performance of some of Ellington's work for film by the Jazz St. Louis Big Band. See website for more details and for ticket information-admission is FREE, but everyone must have a ticket.
The Jazz at the Bistro is a concert series that is held in the Ferring Jazz Bistro, an intimate, comfortable listening room which is part of the new Harold and Dorothy Steward Center for Jazz located in the heart of Grand Center. While enjoying legendary jazz artists or fresh new talent, having dinner is a great option. Jazz at the Bistro is produced by Jazz St. Louis, a non-profit organization.
Directions: From Hwy 40/I-64: Take the Grand exit and head north. After passing the Fox Theater, turn right onto Washington Avenue. Jazz at the Bistro will be immediately on your right.
3536 Washington Avenue,
St. Louis, MO