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Join us for an enchanting evening with Sissy Castrogiovanni at the Global Jazz Club on Saturday, March 2nd, 2024, starting at 7:00 PM (doors open at 6:30 PM) at the historic Arlington Street Church (351 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02116). Experience the unique blend of African and Mediterranean influences in Sissy's captivating jazz melodies, rooted in the rhythms and flavors of her native Sicily. As an acclaimed singer, composer, and producer, Sissy's rare vocal control and extension, honed through collaborations with Bobby McFerrin, Jack DeJohnette, and Patrice Rushen, promise an unforgettable performance!
Reserve your seat today:
- $10 Students (With school ID)
- $20 General Admission
- $30 VIP (Front row or table seating)
The Global Jazz Club (GJC): Founded in 2020 by Patricia and Danilo Pérez in response to the closing of many jazz clubs during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Global Jazz Club worked virtually for 2020 and 2021. In April of 2022, the club opens with in-person concerts in the heart of Boston, Massachusetts. The Global Jazz Club is the first club dedicated to Womxn in Jazz and the practice of what Terri Lyne Carrington calls 'Jazz Without Patriarchy.