Valentine’s Day with Jazz Artist Andy Kahn

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Solo Concert with Jazz Pianist and Vocalist Andy Kahn

Friday, February 14
7 – 8:30 pm

Romance and love are in the air at Ellarslie

Philadelphia jazz legend Andy Kahn entrances his audiences with his affable personality and obvious love for the music he plays and sings. Rooted in standards and jazz, Andy’s concerts bring to life the songs that shape our history and portray our daily existence.

Warm up your February with music amidst the beautiful atmosphere of the region’s best loved art and history museum. Hors d’oeuvres and beverages included in the ticket price.
Tickets: $35 general public / $30 members


There’s more Valentine’s Day fun on hand in the Malloy Gallery, where you can visit our special guest tarot reader and find out what your cards reveal!

What is Music by Intention?

The songs with their melodies and their lyrics. They are the essence of our lives. Composers and lyricists write from their own experiences. About friendship. About love. About yearning. About euphoria. About heartbreak. Joy. Sadness. Happiness. Abandonment. Loves desired. Loves found. Loves lost. Loves found again. Creation. Destruction. Renewal. Promise. Despair. Gain. Loss. Growth. Success.

This is the human condition. We can’t escape it. We are, after all, human. It is, and remains the INTENTION of all composers and lyricists to document what it is about being human that keeps us at it, keeps us alive. They show us the way. They confirm what we already know in our hearts and minds, but most people are unable to express it. So they do it for us. And in so doing, they influence us throughout our lifetimes. They influence future generations with the thumbprints they place upon previous ones. We’re affected by the compositions. We’re moved to smile, to frown, to shed tears of sadness and weep with the joy invoked in us. Our spirit is transformed by the songs of our lives.

This is Music by Intention.


Proceeds support the collections and programs of the Trenton Museum Society.