Jazz & Blues at the Library presents the Alvin Waddles Trio. The concert program is tonight — Wednesday, Nov. 20 — at the Southfield Public Library, beginning at 6:30 p.m. While the program is open to the public of all communities, reservations are required, detailed below.
Details from the Southfield Public Library:
The Alvin Waddles trio features pianist, singer, composer, director Alvin Waddles who has been a soloist and featured artist in many parts of the world. He has worked with some of the world’s finest musicians including Robert Shaw, Aretha Franklin, Anita Baker, Placido Domingo, George Shirley, Marcus Belgrave and many more. Mr. Waddles has delighted Detroit music lovers with performances in a variety of musical events including the international Detroit Jazz Fest. He is the featured piano soloist in the productions of Too Hot to Handel and can be found performing wherever music is celebrated from festivals to jazz clubs and performing arts venues. Waddles received the 2010 Excellence Award from Detroit Musicians Association and the Detroit City Council’s 2015 Spirit of Detroit Award.
Jazz & Blues is sponsored by the Friends of the Southfield Public Library and the Detroit Blues Society.
General admission is $12 and $9 Friends Members. Tickets are available at the Circulation Desk or online through eventbrite (click link for tickets).
No charge for children under 12, but a ticket is required. Click here to reserve a space.