$18 – Adults
$16 – Seniors (62+)
$5 – Students (21 and under)
Please note: Coupons and discounts cannot be applied to online purchases. Season tickets cannot be ordered online. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Please contact the Box Office:
Monday – Friday, 12 – 6 p.m.
90 minutes prior to curtain
We have been without live music, especially our beloved Jean’s Jazz, too long. While our last season was cut short, we are thrilled to be able to welcome back the artists who did not get the chance to perform. Although the series is only two concerts this year, it will be filled with the great times and fantastic music you have come to love at Jean’s Jazz!
With a set focusing on the album that changed the future of jazz music, Miles Davis’ “Kind of Blue,” trumpeter Eric Jacobson will bring his love of jazz music to life in this one-of-a-kind concert experience. A Racine native who studied trumpet under Johnny Hemkes, he has performed with Grammy Award Winners Phil Woods, Benny Golson, Brian Lynch, Tito Puente Jr., and Eric Benet.
One of the most prominent jazz trumpet players in the area, Eric’s approach to jazz is fresh and modern, yet stays within the traditions of greats like Chet Baker and Freddie Hubbard. He is also an instructor at the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music and performs in their jazz sextet We Six, providing fiery solos and contributing arrangements and original compositions to the band’s repertoire. As a recording artist he has collaborated on the albums “The Sweet Minute Big Band,” “Human Kindness, “ and “Discover.”
Season tickets are also available through March 5 here.
In 2001, Joe Mooney created the Jean’s Jazz Series in memory of his wife, Jean, who passed away from ovarian cancer. Since then, over 21,000 people have attended our, concerts, grossing over $120,000 to benefit the Racine Theatre Guild. Jean’s love of the Guild and her love of Jazz inspired a series that has truly enriched our community.
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