The 7th Washington Women in Jazz Festival!

25 Feb 2017 Amy K Bormet's Ephemera with the Capital City Symphony Washington, DC ATLAS Performing Arts Center ATLAS Performing Arts Center Buy ticket - $25
26 Feb 2017 Leigh Pilzer Alexandria, Virginia The Lyceum The Lyceum Buy ticket - $20/$10 Student
01 Mar 2017 Ana Barreiro Ensemble Washington, DC Hill Center Hill Center Buy ticket - $15
02 Mar 2017 Shannon Gunn and the Bullettes Washington, DC Republic Restoratives Republic Restoratives
03 Mar 2017 WWJF All Stars Washington, DC Jazz @ Westminster Jazz @ Westminster
04 Mar 2017 Anita Thomas Washington, DC Wesley Church NW Wesley Church NW
04 Mar 2017 Young Artists Washington, DC Levine at THEARC Levine at THEARC
05 Mar 2017 DC Jazz Jam Washington, DC The Brixton The Brixton free
10 Mar 2017 WWJF Bowie State University Bowie State University
11 Mar 2017 Jessica Boykin Settles Washington, DC Anacostia Community Museum - Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum - Smithsonian free

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Currently living in Los Angeles, Amy K. Bormet is an in-demand pianist, vocalist, and composer. The quintet from her debut album, Striking, was featured as part of the Mary Lou Williams Jazz Festival at the Kennedy Center. As an advocate for women in music, Amy created the Washington Women in Jazz Festival in 2011 and continues to serve as executive director. Amy K Bormet’s latest project, Ephemera, is a platform for her new art songs with improvisation. Ephemera performed a two-week tour of Sweden in the fall of 2015.

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Join us for an intimate afternoon workshop with Swedish saxophonist Biggi Vinkeloe! Sunday 3/12 2pm in Riverdale, MD https://t.co/nxk1nTQz6r
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