Community website by MBC/Ernest Abrams. Call 808-739-9797 for advertising/sponsorship..
Contact Us Subscribe
  • First Friday Hawaii
    News Item

  • Powered by MBC NewsMaker
  • The ARTS at Marks Garage - Visionary Pianist Gerald Clayton Returns to Honolulu

VISIONARY JAZZ PIANIST GERALD CLAYTON RETURNS TO HONOLULU

JUNE 15 at THE ARTS AT MARKS GARAGE

The ARTS at Marks Garage

1159 Nu'uanu Avenue *Honolulu, Hawai'i 96817

808.521.2903*

Gallery Hours:Tuesdaythrough Saturday12pm - 5pm

the-arts-at-marks-garage-visionary-pianist-gerald-clayton-returns-to-honolulu-.jpg

Honolulu, HI -- Four-time GRAMMY nominee, pianist and composer Gerald Clayton celebrates the release of his new recording, Tributary Tales (April 21, Motéma Music). The album traces paths of myriad streams -- personal, experiential, intangible -- that flow into one another, creating a musical narrative greater than the sum of his individual compositions.

"…brilliant… a seamless, spiritual fusion of creativity and cohesion passed down to him from his father, bassist John Clayton and his reedist uncle, Jeff Clayton."- NY Observer

Clayton's concert and recording creds include such luminaries as Diana Krall, Roy Hargrove, Dianne Reeves, Ambrose Akinmusire, Dayna Stephens, Kendrick Scott, John Scofield, Ben Williams, Terell Stafford & Dick Oatts, Michael Rodriguez, Terri Lyne Carrington, Avishai Cohen, Peter Bernstein and the Clayton Brothers Quintet.

Mr. Clayton is an Artist-in-Residence at the 2017 Monterey Jazz Festival and a past winner of the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz Piano Competition. Presented by The Arts at Marks Garage, with support from Yamaha Artist Management, NY; and the Kosasa Foundation.

Tickets available oneventbrite.com

Media Contact:

Fumiko Wellington

wellington.fumiko@gmail.com

808-341-6803 (fon/txt)

- ### -

Like Our Facebook

  • RELATED LINKS
  • The ARTS At Marks Garage
    The ARTS at Marks Garage is a community arts center with a 1,000 sq. ft. gallery, a 1,000 sq. ft. theater, and a 1,000 sq. ft. office space founded in 2001. Marks is home to 13 performing and visual arts businesses including Youth Speaks Hawaii and Hawaii Shakespeare Festival. 45,000 visitors attend 13 exhibits and 150 performances each year.
    1159 Nuuanu Ave., Honolulu, HI (View Map)

Please send questions about this website to
Copyright© 2006-2017 FirstFridayHawaii.com. All rights reserved.
Terms of Use / Legal Disclaimer / Privacy Statement
Site Designed and Managed by
MacBusiness Consulting