Salem Athenaeum is excited to present a special concert with jazz vocalist Nicole Zuraitis in the library’s intimate reading room. With a “heart as big as her remarkable voice” (Jazz Police), GRAMMY®-nominated Nicole has quickly emerged as one of the most sought-after artists of the moment. The New York-based jazz singer-songwriter and pianist recently sold out Dizzy’s Club in her Jazz at Lincoln Center bandleader debut, and this summer, her sixth album, How Love Begins, releases under Outside In. Co-produced with eight-time GRAMMY-winner Christian McBride, the record features all original music. An ardent environmentalist, her album release coincided with a self-produced day-long fundraiser for Save the Sound at Park City Music Hall July 8th in Bridgeport, CT. The winner of the prestigious 2021 American Traditions Vocal Competition Gold Medal, Nicole frequently headlines venues such as Birdland, Blue Note, Smalls, and more. As a touring artist, she has made a significant mark on the global modern jazz landscape, appearing as a featured soloist with Savannah Philharmonic, Asheville Symphony, and other noted pops orchestras. In 2019, Nicole’s arrangement of Dolly Parton’s Jolene, co-written with renowned drummer and bandleader Dan Pugach, was nominated for a GRAMMY®. More info at www.nicoleZmusic.com
Wine and cheese reception included.
Tickets: $50 Member / $55 Non-member
Music Patron: $250
Receive two tickets, logo/name in all emails and on website, $150 tax deductible
Event Sponsor: $500
Receive five tickets, logo/name in all emails and on website, $250 tax deductible
Seating is very limited, don’t wait!
Darcy & Steve