20 North Gallery is proud to host the best jazz act in town for the November Art Loop!
Enjoy an evening featuring some of the finest vocalists and pianists in Toledo, as assembled by the one-&-only Ramona Collins! Join us as Toledo’s finest talents celebrate the city’s storied jazz history on our 100-year-old piano historically played by Art Tatum, Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Claude Black and many others. (Click to read more about its incredible provenance.)
Check out the 20 North Gallery line-up:
6:00 – 6:30 pm: Musicians Eric Dickey & Kevin Eikum
6:30 – 7:15 pm: Jean Holden & Lisa Holden
7:15 – 8:00 pm: Kim Buehler & Musicians
8:00 – 8:15 pm: Intermission
8:15 – 9:00 pm: Ramona Collins & Musicians
Inspired by Toledo native and jazz legend Art Tatum’s 110th birthday, The Arts Commission’s Thursday, November 21 Art Loop | Jazz Loop is honored to pay homage to Toledo’s legacy as a jazz community. As the birthplace of legends such as Tatum, widely regarded as the greatest piano player of all time, “Poet Laureate of Jazz” Jon Hendricks, and long-time home to the third-oldest jazz club in America, Rusty’s Jazz Cafe, along with staples such as the heralded Murphy’s Place, Toledo’s reputation and role in promoting jazz music to the world is undeniable. This evening, join us for an exploration of versatile takes on America’s music with 12 performances by local and regional luminaries. All venues at The Jazz Loop are free and all are welcome!
Join 20 North Gallery for a spectacular evening of great musical performances, light hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar by Venue – and a wonderful opportunity to view our current exhibit, Falling Into Place: Michelle Carlson & Bill Horvath. Take in the live musical performances, interactive ink on paper artworks by Horvath and mesmerizing mixed media prints by Carlson as you enjoy one of our exhibition-themed drink specials – the 360 Swizzle and Bombay Sapphire!
The Falling Into Place exhibit debuts new work by returning artist Michelle Carlson, formerly of The Arts Commission of Greater Toledo and now located in Chicago, paired with that of local, emerging artist Bill Horvath.
The exhibit continues through December 28.
20 North Gallery Hours:
Wednesday – Saturday, Noon – 4 p.m.
Or by Appointment
Click to view the Falling Into Place exhibition catalogue, containing art images of the full exhibit, with artist info and commentary.