VANESSA RUBIN & DON BRADEN
Oct. 6, Erie Art Museum, 8 p.b.
October 6 Vanessa Rubin and Don Braden Erie Art Museum, 5th St. entrance, 8:00 p.m.,
Suggested donation $20, JazzErie members $15. Co-ssponsored with the Erie Art Museum.
Cleveland-born, now internationally famous vocalist Vanessa Rubin will join saxophonist Don Braden and others for a performance at the Erie Art Museum on Oct. 6.
Born in Cleveland, OH, Rubin's mother was from Trinidad, her dad from Louisiana. Both were musical, and contributed roots to her own music upbringing.. Tubin describes herself as a storyteller, and loves music rich with history. After establishing her reputation in the Cleveland area, Vanessa moved to NYC in 1986 and soon was playing regular gigs with Kenny Barron, Mercer Ellington and others. She is also a certified teacher by profession and a jazz educator. She has been an adjudicator for the Thelonious Monk Institute and Jazz At Lincoln Center.
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