Jazz Brunch with Kwame Hall – May 15

Posted on May 9, 2016

The Trenton Museum Society Presents

The Kwame Hall Trio

Performing Straight- up Jazz

At Brunch

Sunday, May 15, 2016

1-3 pm

Alto Saxophonist Kwame HallAlto Saxophonist Kwame Hall

Alto Saxophonist, Kwame Hall teaches music at the George School in Newtown, PA by day and performs in Philadelphia, Bucks County and NYC by night.  The Trenton Museum Society is pleased to bring him to Ellarslie to perform with his jazz trio at a delicious brunch.

Born in Philadelphia on November 6, 1976, a birth date shared with saxophone inventor Adolph Sax, Kwame attended the Settlement Music School where he studied the Suzuki method early on, and he started playing the saxophone at age nine.  In high school, he enjoyed playing gigs around Philadelphia with the Tony Williams Youth Ensemble and the Philadelphia Cleff Club Youth Ensemble.

His parents are artistically inclined as well. His mother, Cynthia Lawson, is an artist and the owner of 2chicdesigns.com and his father, George Hall, is a drummer who studied at Berklee School of Music.

Enjoy a delightful afternoon of cool tunes, fine food and amazing art!

To listen to Kwame play, click here.

Tickets at the door $40.