Genre-defying jazz singer, violinist, and fiddler Nicole Yarling is coming for a weeklong residency with the Sonoma State music department that features a stop at the Jazz Forum and a concert with the SSU Jazz Ensembles and Jazz Orchestra.
A protégé of the late Joe Williams, Yarling currently performs throughout South Florida in jazz, rock, r&b, experimental music, and various other styles.
She will sing "Everything I've Got Belongs To You, "Blame It On My Youth," and Neil Young's "Down By The River" with the jazz orchestra. With the combos she will work on tunes like "Del Sasser," "Freedom Jazz Dance," and Brian Blade's "Stoner Hill."
For information about Yarling's residency, contact Doug Leibinger, jazz program director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Her schedule includes:
Wednesday, Feb. 26
1 p.m. GMC 1029
Free, parking fees in effect
Thursday, Feb. 27
7:30 p.m. Weill Hall
Nicole Yarling with the
SSU Jazz Standards Ensemble
SSU Post-Bop Ensemble
SSU Jazz Orchestra
Tickets are $15, parking included, with discounts for seniors and students.
Online ticket purchase is encouraged. For ticketing details, call the University box office at 707-664-4246.
Weill Hall at the Green Music Center is located at the north campus entrance at Rohnert Park Expressway near Petaluma Hill Road. Park in lots O and L.