HEADLINERS SERIES: Saturday, October 9, 2021 at 8pm

Live from our Blackman Hall stage

Sullivan Fortner

GRAMMY-Winning Solo Jazz Pianist

“His fundamentals could not be stronger… An artist with his own distinct style.” – The New York Times

For the past decade, GRAMMY-winning jazz pianist Sullivan Fortner has been stretching his deep-rooted talents as a pianist, composer, band leader, and uncompromising individualist. Playing solo or leading an orchestra, Fortner engages harmony and rhythmic ideas through curiosity and clarity.  The highly-sought improviser has performed across the country and throughout the world at such cultural institutions as Jazz at Lincoln Center, Jazz Standard, Smalls Jazz Club, Snug Harbor and Sweet Lorraine’s, and the Newport and Monterey Jazz Festivals; and has collaborated with Wynton Marsalis, Paul Simon, Diane Reeves, John Scofield, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Stefon Harris, Billy Hart, Fred Hersch, and the late Roy Hargrove, among others. This past year, Fortner earned recognition in multiple DownBeat Critics Poll categories, winning first place in Rising Star Piano and Rising Star Jazz Artist. 

TICKETS: $25 – advance online sales only

Free for Indian Hill Music students – for student tickets call 978.486.9524 x116 or email boxoffice@indianhillmusic.org.

COVID-19 Safety Protocols

Indian Hill Music is committed to protecting the health and safety of our patrons, musicians, guest artists, and staff as we welcome everyone back to our venues for live music performances. Following are the safety protocols currently in place for concerts in Camilla Blackman Hall at Indian Hill Music:

• It is Indian Hill Music’s policy that everyone in attendance at concerts and events taking place at Indian Hill Music will be required to wear a face mask at all times when inside the venue regardless of vaccination status. Masks must completely cover the nose and mouth and comply with the CDC guidelines for acceptable face coverings.

• Seating inside our concert venue will be socially distanced. In the case of concerts featuring professional performances, because performing artists will not be masked while on stage, patron seating will begin at least 12 feet away from the performers.

Click here to read our complete safety protocols, ticketing policies, and concert format changes for the 2021/22 performance season.

Patron satisfaction is important to us! If you purchase tickets and are unable to adhere to our COVID-19 safety protocols at the time of the concert, you may request an exchange, credit or refund of your ticket price.

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