Noblesville Main Street Executive Director Lorna Steele has announced “Music And All That Jazz” will return to the courthouse square for seven shows starting May 23 and continuing through Oct. 4. Noblesville High School Assistant Band Director Bethany Robinson returns to secure talent and serve as the on-site host during each of the concerts.
The first concert will be by Noblesville High School students. NHS has four jazz bands, and students will present jazz standards that they have chosen, listened to, practiced and developed for the concert.
The Farrelly Markiewicz concert is set for June 7. Musicians include Gene Markiewicz on drums and Jim Farrelly on woodwinds. The FMJQ musicians have been a part of Indiana’s jazz scene for many years.
Jazz Elements, a six-piece band based in Indianapolis that specializes in jazz standards and songs from the Great American Songbook from Route 66 to Satin Doll, will play July 5.
The Peter Luttrull Jazz Combo will perform Aug. 2. The David Hartman Band, featuring a jazzy blend of standards, pop/rock and original tunes, will play its concert Sept. 6.
The final concert of the series will be by Mudsock Jazz Combo Oct. 4.
The Mudsock Jazz Combo, one of nine Fishers Music Works Ensembles, was created in 2013 by trumpeter Doug Murray as a way for musicians from Fishers and the surrounding area to play jazz in a flexible group.
For more, visit noblesvillemainstreet.org.