The In-Between: Robert and Jill Lewis Concert
The NGU Cline School of Music presents The In-Between: Robert and Jill Lewis Concert on Monday, January 30 at 7:00 p.m. in Hamlin Recital Hall.
From classical to jazz, this concert will feature classical soprano Jill Terhaar Lewis with jazz musicians Robert Lewis (saxophone) and Gerald Gregory (piano).
The ensemble will be performing new compositions and arrangements by members of the ensemble as well as works by composers such as Brad Mehldau, Ned Rorem, Georges Bizet, and more. They have recently been featured in several concerts in South Carolina including Spotlight Concert and Premiere events with the Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Charleston and have toured in the Pacific Northwest.
Tickets are required for this free concert. Contact the Cultural Events Office at 864.977.7085. See other spring semester cultural events.
Pictured from left: Gerald Gregory, Jill Terhaar Lewis, and Robert Lewis.
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