Previous events

We are proud to announce the 8th annual Austin LuluFest 2024, where the traditions meet the progressives, and all the leaders are women, entitled “The Art of the Duo.” Featuring: Vocalists: Danielle Reich, Pamela Hart Pianist: Juliana Silveira Tenor saxophonist: Kristen Strom (with James Suter, Bruce Saunders, Scott Sorkin, Peggy Stern) “Making music in duo form has been close to my heart for many years, and many reasons. During my years touring with the late great alto saxophonist Lee Konitz, we were often presented in Duo. With two people making music together, it becomes a conversation between peers. That requires sensitivity, humor, mutual respect, and empathy. Playing in duo requires listening and communication, certainly something we could use more of at this juncture.” - Artistic Director Peggy Stern First Presbyterian Church of Austin Saturday, May 11, 2024, 5:30-9:30PM CDT

$21 Students; $30 Adults

Women in Jazz Association, Inc. presents the Bastrop Uplift Jazz Concert, April 6, 2024 at 6:00 PM at the Bastrop Community Senior Center, 1209 Linden Street, #1, Bastrop, TX.

The concert is free and open to the public.

This concert will feature Pamela Hart and Rupert Blaize on vocals, Cameron Riggs on piano, Michael Malone on saxophone, Chris Jones on bass and Tom Brechtlein on drums. This uplift jazz concert is intended to bring joy to senior citizens through jazz. Be prepared for a variety of hip jazz beats from upbeat swing to jazz ballads in a variety of textures and styles. You will sway and dance!

For more information visit. http://www.womeninjazz.org or call 512-303-0072.

This project is made possible by a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts.

Women in Jazz Association, Inc. presents Celebrating Austin Women in Jazz on March 24 at Chez Zee Gallery, 5406 Balcones Dr, Austin, TX 78731.

This all female jazz concert features Pamela Hart and Cicely Jones on vocals, Peggy Stern on piano, Jessica Valls on bass, Karrie Sheehan on drums and Laura Mordecai on percussion. Be prepared for a variety of hip jazz beats from upbeat swing to jazz ballads in a variety of textures and styles. Join us in keeping jazz alive in Austin. Tickets available at https://Celebratewomeninjazz24.eventbrite.com

For more information visit. http://www.womeninjazz.org or call 512-258-6947.

This project is supported in part by the City of Austin Economic Development Department and a grant from the Texas Commission on the Arts.