Sat, Mar 25|
Sharón Clark Quartet Live at the Ebenezer
Join us for an evening of live music with the legendary Sharón Clark Quartet. Equally adept with jazz, blues, and gospel, Sharón Clark has brought festival and concert audiences to their feet across the U.S. and Europe.
Time & Location
Mar 25, 2023, 7:30 PM – 9:15 PM
Easton, 17 S Washington St, Easton, MD 21601, USA
About the event
Doors open 7:30 / concert begins at 8:00 PM / concert concludes at 9:15 PM
Kitchen and Bar open at 7:30 PM.
Food, Beer, Wine, and Cocktails are available for purchase.
Featuring small plates to order by Chef de Cuisine Harley Peet.
VIP and Main Auditorium seating has table service.
Sharon Clark / vocals
Chris Grasso / piano
Zach Pride / bass
Lenny Robinson / drums
About the Artists:
“You can’t underestimate the transformation of what seems like an ordinary song when an interpreter like Sharón Clark tears it apart and peers inside."
-- Stephen Holden, New York Times
Encouraged to make jazz a career by her father and high school music teacher, Sharón Clark began her professional career with the Bottle Caps doing promotional work for the Coca Cola Company. The other "Bottle Cap" was her twin sister, Sharee. Leaving Coke to fend for itself, she got her first significant jazz gig at King's Dominion just outside of Richmond, Virginia. Since then, she has since performed at such jazz and non-jazz venues as Blues Alley, the National Press Club, and Twins Lounge in Washington, D.C., and Sweet Basel in New York City. Equally adept with jazz, blues, and gospel, Clark has a husky but mellow voice with good phrasing and diction. She is also a fine interpreter of lyrics. For her first album Finally, released by the Union Records in 1997, she chose a play list which gives her the opportunity to bring out her vocal dexterity and comfort level with up tempo songs and ballads. Listing Sarah Vaughan, Johnny Hartman, Ella Fitzgerald, and Doris Day as musical influences, Clark continues to work in the Washington, D.C. area.
Chris Grasso is a Washington, D.C.-based jazz pianist and Music Director for D.C.'s most in-demand jazz singer, the incomparable Sharón Clark. They have appeared together on many stages, from the National Mall to the Kennedy Center, and have received rave reviews from the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and JazzTimes.
Zack Pride has served with the The U.S. Army Band “Pershing’s Own” since 2008. He’s performed for four Presidents, nine Medal of Honor recipients, three USO tours in theaters of combat, and several notable heads of states in governments abroad. Zack Pride is currently the professor of jazz bass at George Mason University.
Lenny Robinson is one of the most in-demand drummers in D.C. performing with such artists as Clifford Jordon, George Col an, Archie Shepp, Larry Willis, Dewey Redman, Ronnie Mathews, John Hicks, Buster Williams, Roy Hargrove and others. He also has gone on the road with such artists as Ahmad Jamal, Lou Donaldson, Vanessa Rubin, Don Braden, and Stanley Turrentine's working band.
1 hour 45 minutes
Sharón Clark live at the Ebenezer TheaterEbenezer Theater
VIP seating has optimal stage proximity and table service. All seating on the main level of the auditorium is ADA accessible.$100.00Tax: +$11.00 MD Amuse+$2.78 service fee
Enjoy the concert in comfort with table service. All Main Auditorium seating is ADA accessible.$85.00Tax: +$9.35 MD Amuse+$2.36 service fee
Front Row Balcony
Enjoy the concert from our balcony! Balcony seating is not ADA accessible. Concessions are not included with ticket.$75.00Tax: +$8.25 MD Amuse+$2.08 service fee
This ticket is for one seat in the balcony section. Balcony seating is not ADA accessible. Concessions are not included with ticket. Restrooms and bar are located on the main level.$60.00Tax: +$6.60 MD Amuse+$1.67 service fee