Starring international jazz artists Candice Hoyes (Vocals), Brandee Younger (Harp), Chiara Fasi (Violin), and TBA (Piano)
The Princeton Abbey
75 Mapleton Road Princeton, NJ 08540
4:30pm - 6pm
Jazz violinist Chiara Fasi (Solange, The Roots, Lauryn Hill, Jazz) brings her brilliantly eclectic project to BRIC TV's live in-studio music series, which features performances from Brooklyn's hottest emerging and established musicians. Hosted by Kenyatta Beasley. Open to the Public - Come sit in the studio and get lost in the sound.
Jazz for Gender Justice: An Evening of Joyful Resistance Benefiting the Feminist Press
Swing into spring on May Day to celebrate elevating feminist voices, leadership, and creativity across genre. With The Bjorkestra (featuring Pyeng Threadgill), Candice Hoyes, Lauren Sevian, Rana Farhan, and the Resistance Revival Chorus. All proceeds benefit the Feminist Press, a nonprofit founded to advance equality and amplify feminist perspectives.
Join Candice Hoyes, Jesse Fischer and special guests at the historic and breathtaking Abbey in Princeton, NJ for the first concert in a summer series curated by Candice Hoyes. (Performance and reception to immediately follow)
Open to the Public
Candice Hoyes is an impassioned vocalist, composer and curator of this dynamic and diverse inaugural jazz series.
April 28, 2018 at The Abbey - 75 Mapleton Rd, Princeton, NJ 08540 - SAVE THE DATE!
Harvard University Signet Society Annual Dinner Featuring Candice Hoyes// Member Event, Harvard University
Saturday, April 21st, 6:30 p.m. at Kirkland House, 95 Dunster Street
Beverages and appetizers in the Junior Common Room, followed by dinner at 7:30 p.m.
Author Moira Weigel ’07 presides as we hear from the Undergraduate President of The Society, Sam Hagen ’18; the Musician, Candice Hoyes ’99; the Poet, Sarah Kay; and the Speaker, James Wood, staff writer and book critic for The New Yorker and Professor of Literary Criticism at Harvard.
Vice President of The Signet Associates, Bryan Eric Simmons ’83 will present the Signet Medal to Dorothy Shore Zinberg of the Harvard Kennedy School, and to the family of Michael Friedman ’97.
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