Lounge setting enlivens Warfield's jazzy Christmas performance at PAC

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The Mercyhurst Institute for Arts & Culture presents Tim Warfield’s All-Star Jazzy Christmas, Friday, Dec. 13, at 8 p.m. in the Mary D’Angelo Performing Arts Center.

In this festive, intimate concert, the PAC will be transformed into a lounge with onstage seating, desserts and beverage service to allow the audience to experience the music up close and personal.

Saxophonist Tim Warfield leads an ensemble of jazz all-stars in holiday classics reinvented through improvisation. From popular favorites including “The Little Drummer Boy” and “Silent Night” to rare gems like Claude Thornhill’s “Snowfall,” it’s the perfect musical aperitif as the holidays begin.

Warfield joins vocalist Joanna Pasclae, pianist Cyrus Chestnut, trumpeter Tim Thompson, bassist Eric Wheele and Chris Beck on drums in this special holiday soirée.

Want to grab dinner before the show?  Guests who bring their Tim Warfield tickets can enjoy 10 percent off their check at one of MIAC’s fine dining partners: 1201 Kitchen, La Bella Restaurant or Pineapple Eddie Southern Bistro.

At the show, enjoy festive desserts from MIAC’s fine dining partners as well as Bertrand’s Bistro and Teresa’s Deli. Complementary beverage service is also provided at the show, featuring microbrews from Lavery Brewing Company and wine from Mazza Vineyards.

Warm up with cool jazz when Tim Warfield’s All-Star Jazzy Christmas comes to Mercyhurst on Dec. 13. Tickets are $60 per person or $50 for four or more and include dessert, beverage service and onstage seating. Limited seating is available.

For tickets, call 814-824-3000 or visit miac.mercyhurst.edu.

 

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