“When Tia Fuller picks up her saxophone, the two become one and something amazing happens” (Monarch magazine). This bold young saxophonist is a member of superstar Beyonce’s all-female band and has appeared on Oprah Winfrey, Today, Good Morning America and the Grammy Awards. Girl power rules at Strathmore when she performs with her own all-female jazz quartet. “Tia Fuller recalls the memorable 1960s Blue Note years, when jazz had soul, as well as melody, that you could remember the next day” (AllAboutJazz).
Event begins at 7:30PM
Presented by: Strathmore
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