Sisters of Swing Sing in the Holidays at the Norman Depot
Sunday Jazz at the Depot will feature The Sisters of Swing Holiday Jazz Concert at the historic Norman Depot, 200 South Jones Avenue, with two performances on December 15, 2013: an afternoon performance at 2:30 and an evening performance at 7:30. Refreshments will be served and good times will abound. Tickets are $10 for each concert ($7 for students) and are available at the Depot. Get yours early. Seating is limited and this concert always sells out!
Sisters of Swing features Mary Reynolds (bass, guitar, vocals), Louise Goldberg (piano, accordion, vocals), Elyse Angelo (drums), Mary Freeh (vocals), Joanne Trombley (vocals), Christine Freeh (vocals), Rosalind Cravens (vocals), and special guest Terry “Buffalo” Ware (guitar).
According to Mary Reynolds, the members of this musical collective have “always enjoyed singing Christmas music: ancient and beautiful, modern and fun, some of it just plain silly. We just concentrate on giving our audience a fun time” with “as much good will toward men -- and women -- that we can possibly generate! We’ll do numbers from the swing era, the rock and roll years, and ancient times.” Mary Freeh and Mary Reynolds arrange all the music.
The Performing Arts Studio Gallery and office in the Norman Depot are open from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm Monday through Friday. Phone 405-307-9320 for additional information about PAS programs.
Sunday Jazz Concerts at the Depot are made possible by a grant from the Oklahoma Arts Council. Additional funding comes from generous individual and business sponsors.