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Big Pink In-The-Round: Jimmy Masters' School of Jazz

  • Victorian Station 36 North Mallory Street Hampton, VA, 23663 United States (map)
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To reserve seats : E-mail bigpinkmusicclub@gmail.com .

Big Pink Music is proud to present five of the region's most highly-acclaimed jazz musicians performing an exclusive acoustic show at Big Pink Music's in-the-round series on Sunday, October 20, 2019, at Hampton’s Victorian Station, the region’s only member-supported listening room.

A hallmark of the jazz genre is the musical dialogue had among ensemble players. The signature in-the-round format, which puts the artists in a circle ringed by the audience, will make each attendee a part of that fascinating conversation. Award-winning bassist Jimmy Masters has assembled a very special quintet, including himself, Brian Caputo on drums, Chris Whiteman on guitar, JC Kuhl on saxophone, and LIz Terrell on vocals to play and discuss their music. And more - audience members will be encouraged to ask questions throughout the event for an even richer experience. This intimate, shared performance will be both entertaining and engaging. Victorian Station, the grand building in Phoebus, is the perfect setting.

GET YOUR SEATS. 
Advanced Reservations Required
***RESERVATIONS ONLY VIA E-MAIL***
E-mail: bigpinkmusicclub@gmail.com

• Non-Members - $25
• Listener Members - $10
• Presenter Members - FREE

Beer/wine and great new food options will be available for purchase, courtesy of "The Bistro at Victorian Station."

What is Big Pink Music?
Big Pink Music is a nonprofit of members who will pay an annual membership fee ranging from $100 to $500 to support performances by local musicians. In return, they will receive benefits including reduced ticket prices, invitations to private events, and private use of the venue.

Click here for membership information.


"The personal support of Big Pink members means music can be the focus,” BPM board president Kelly Murphy says. “Victorian Station is the perfect home for our community. It has developed into a very special venue -- one with no TVs, karaoke, or loud 'bands -- where the audience truly listens to our local musicians.”