Known as one of the most elegantly creative singers in jazz today, musician Audrey Silver will be bringing her celebrated artistry to the lawn outside the historic White Hart Inn in Salisbury, Connecticut this weekend. “I’m very excited to announce that this weekend I’ll be doing my first performance since March,” said Silver who Hot House Jazz has called “extraordinary artistry” and “a velvet-laden timbre with impeccable phrasing.” Silver’s latest album, Let Me Know Your Heart, was released in early September 2019. The album features a remarkable group of musicians including Bruce Barth on piano, trumpeter Marcus Printup, upright bassist Paul Beaudry, drummer Anthony Pinciotti, Tom Beckham on vibes and guitarist Gary Ciprut. The album is centered artistically and emotionally on Audrey’s six newly-penned original songs (out of fourteen total tracks).

Photo by Janis Wilkins

Born and raised in New York City, Audrey graduated from Brown University, where she founded The Higher Keys, the school’s first a capella singing group. After stints working in marketing for CBS Masterworks (now Sony Classical) and Chesky Records, Audrey returned to school and earned an MBA from Columbia University Business School. Silver has more recently become known for her compelling takes on well-known pop tunes as well as her own poignant originals.

Silver’s concert will be held Friday (8/28) and Saturday (8/29) from 5:30pm – 8pm on the front lawn of the White Hart Inn at 15 Undermountain Road in Salisbury, Connecticut. Dinner will be available and orders can be placed online in advance and picked up that evening. Orders can also be placed online at the table and meals will be delivered to tables outside.

To learn more about Audrey Silver’s illustrious career visit her website  

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