Leo Yucht Quartet to perform March 9
Yucht graduated from Mount Anthony Union High School in 2013, then headed off to William Paterson University, graduating in 2017. Now based in NYC, Yucht continues to forge ahead, drumming and composing in the world of jazz. He has performed with some of the most acclaimed musicians in the world, including Jon Batiste, Aaron Goldberg, Harold Mabern, Johnny O'Neal, Pete Malinverni and many more.
Yucht performs regularly in the New York metropolitan area with his band, and also as a sideman with other world-renowned jazz artists. He returns to the Bennington for this rare show with Vermont Arts Exchange, where he has performed twice before.
Powers Market will transform its space into an after-hours jazz club for this performance. The evening will feature a cash bar by Thyme Tables Catering, as well as salad and home cooked pizza, so come by earlier. Tickets for this Basement Music Series concert are $15, and $10 for students, at www.vtartxchange.org or 800-838-3006.
Become a Basement Music Series sponsor and get tickets, a reserved table and, if you wish, your name or business logos in promotional material and mentioned onstage. The tax-deductible sponsorships are critical to continuing the BMS and ensuring the diversity and quality of the artists VAE presents. The BMS not only benefits the community, but also local restaurants, artists and musicians. Contact Director Matthew Perry at 802-442-5549 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about becoming a sponsor. Follow the season at vtartxchange.org, on the new Basement Music Series Facebook page and on Twitter (twitter.com/BMSatVAE).
For more information about Vermont Arts Exchange, the Basement Music Series, exhibits and camps, contact VAE at 802-442-5549 or visit vtartxchange.org.
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