Thurs. April 9, 6 - 8 p.m.

Ellen Rowe Solo Piano Live Stream to Benefit Michigan Medicine

Ellen Row is an intelligent composer, clever arranger, sensitive accompanist and lyrical pianist.

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We are pleased to partner with Professor Ellen Rowe from the University of Michigan School of Music Theatre and Dance to feature solo piano and support our local health workers on the front lines of the COVID19 epidemic.

All tip proceeds will go directly to aid and support our local Health Care workers at the University of Michigan Hospital. To make a donation: https://giving.medicine.umich.edu/covid-19

Live stream available through:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bluellamajazzclub/
Website: https://www.bluellamaclub.com/live

Ellen Rowe -

Ellen Rowe, jazz pianist and composer, is currently Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Jazz and Contemporary Improvisation at the University of Michigan. She is a graduate of the Eastman School of Music, where she studied with Rayburn Wright and Bill Dobbins. Prior to her appointment in Michigan, she served as Director of Jazz Studies at the University of Connecticut.

Ms. Rowe has performed at jazz clubs and on concert series throughout the U.S., as well as touring in Germany, Holland, Switzerland, Ireland, Poland, South Africa and Australia. CDs out under her own name include “Sylvan Way”, “Wishing Well”, “Denali Pass” and “Courage Music.” Her latest project, “Momentum – Portraits of Women In Motion”, featuring Ingrid Jensen, Tia Fuller, Marion Hayden and Allison Miller will be released in January 2019. Also active as a clinician, she has given workshops and master classes at the Melbourne Conservatory, Hochshule fur Musik in Cologne, Grieg Academy in Bergen and the Royal Academy of Music in London, in addition to many appearances as a guest artist at festivals and Universities around the country.

When not leading her own trio, quartet or quintet, she is in demand as a sideman, having performed with a wide variety of jazz artists including Kenny Wheeler, Tim Ries, Tom Harrell, John Clayton, Ingrid Jensen and Steve Turre. She was also a guest on two installments of Marian McPartland’s “Piano Jazz” on National Public Radio.

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