Wednesdays and Fridays at 11 am
Jazz Thursday – January
Thursday, January 11
5:30 pm - 8 pm
Free for Members | $20 Not-Yet Members
(includes Museum Admission)
Marcy & Michael Klein Plaza
Join us for live jazz at Sarasota Art Museum, hosted by the Jazz Club of Sarasota, featuring Hot Club of SRQ, and extended hours in the galleries, Bistro, and SHOP!
Sip on refreshing cocktails and enjoy small bites in the Bistro. Each second Thursday of the month features a different style of jazz–from straight-ahead to free jazz, bebop to swing–programmed in partnership with Jazz Club of Sarasota. Galleries are open until 7 pm on Jazz Thursdays.
Jazz Thursday activities:
- Enjoy Hot Club of SRQ’s performance on the Marcy & Michael Klein Plaza from 5:30 pm to 8 pm.
- Grab dinner and drinks at Bistro, which opens at 5 pm, serving a special evening menu, beer, wine, and cocktails.
- Explore the exhibitions in our galleries, with hours extended to 7 pm.
- Treasure hunt in SHOP all evening!
Check-in begins at 4:30 pm, and seating opens in the Plaza at 5 pm.
For guest safety, personal chairs are not permitted on-site.
FOOD AND BEVERAGE
Food and Beverage are available for purchase on-site through the Bistro. Please refrain from bringing outside food and beverage.
Members always receive their 10% discount in SHOP.
Members receive their 10% discount on food and non-alcoholic beverages in Bistro.
Please bring your membership card, as proof of membership is required for complimentary members’ entry.
About Hot Club of SRQ
The heart of this ensemble is the violin and vocals of Keven Aland, the guitar of Jon McLaughlin and bass playing of Glenn Stevenson. Their string jazz ensemble has been thoughtfully cultivated and crafted for over a decade. There is a genuine warmth and connection that is unique to this ensemble. This group can swing ferociously then suddenly hypnotize you with a beautiful ballad.
Beyond the genre of Gypsy Jazz, their vast repertoire includes Rumba Flamenco, Bossanova, Samba, Tango, BeBop, Modern Jazz, swing, Afro Cuban and the great American songbook. All members of HCSRQ have education backgrounds in Music Performance and have been commissioned to write, arrange and perform a variety of world music over the years including dances from Chile, Argentina and Bolivia, an Appalachian arrangement and a “Broadway” themed performance at the Straz Center in Tampa.