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Farmington Hills Church Reschedules Snowed Out Jazz Concert

No tickets are needed for the Jan. 26 concert with the Cliff Monear Trio.

First Presbyterian Church has rescheduled a jazz concert that was snowed out Jan. 5. Photo credit: Patch file photo
First Presbyterian Church has rescheduled a jazz concert that was snowed out Jan. 5. Photo credit: Patch file photo

First Presbyterian Church of Farmington has rescheduled an evening of jazz by the acclaimed Cliff Monear Trio and guest vocalist Ja Franco to Jan. 26 at 4 p.m.

Originally scheduled Jan. 5, the concert was moved due to inclement weather. 

“It’s a special event that’s well worth waiting for,” said Larry Gage, who heads the church’s popular Performing Arts Series, Great Performances in a Sacred Space. “We’re sure that jazz lovers across the region will agree."

Pianist Cliff Monear, a product of Boston’s famed Berklee College of Music, leads a trio that is one of the most outstanding and busiest performing groups in the nation. In addition to his performance schedule and teaching in the Jazz Studies program at Wayne State University, Cliff also serves as the exclusive Steinway & Sons representative to the Michigan jazz community.

Joining Cliff, Scott Kretzer on drums and Jeff Pedroz on bass, during the rescheduled concert will be guest vocalist Ja Franco.  

No tickets are needed for the rescheduled event, which remains open to the general public. A donation of $15 per person or $25 per family is suggested. 

For information about the church's Performing Arts Series visit farmington-pres.org/performing-arts. For more information about this concert, call 248-474-6170, ext. 208.

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