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Pianist Terry Klinefelter In Kennett Square On Wed. Feb. 6th!

Published: 2013-01-16
Terry Klinefelter Appearing at Kennett Flash—102 Sycamore Alley in Kennett Square—on Wednesday, February 6th, is pianist Terry Klinefelter. Tickets are $10, $5 for students, and are available only at the door. Showtime is 7:30 p.m. Information: 215-517-8337.

Terry Klinefelter is at home with both classical music and jazz. Or as the Philadelphia Inquirer said of her, on the cosmic cusp where Mozart might mingle with Mingus. As a jazz player, she’s been compared with giants like Keith Jarrett
Keith Jarrett
Keith Jarrett
b.1945
piano
and Steve Kuhn
Steve Kuhn
Steve Kuhn
b.1938
piano
, and the list of those with whom she’s played comprise a who’s who of the jazz world. As an example, her recent CD Zingaro, features, among others, bassist Lee Smith
Lee Smith
Lee Smith

bass
, drummer Byron Landham, vocalists Denise King
Denise King
Denise King

vocalist
and Anne Sciolla, and John Swana
John Swana
John Swana

trumpet
playing Electronic Valve Instrument. In the world of classical music, Klinefelter serves on the faculty of West Chester University, performed with the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra, the Kennett Symphony Orchestra, the Chester County Pops, and the Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet.

Jazz Bridge is a Philadelphia-based non-profit organization dedicated to assisting area jazz and blues musicians in need. Their Jazz Bridge in Kennett Square program is one in a series at this venue, along with four other area locales. For more information, visit Jazz Bridge or contact Kennett Flash directly by logging on to www.KennettFlash.org.

Terry Klinefelter is available for interviews: To arrange, please call 610-745-3011.


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