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Jamie Cullum
Performance of the Month

   On Demand Weekend

New! 
Pretzel Logic: A Tribute to Steely Dan (Set 1)
Festival of Arts 2017

   On Demand Weekend

New! 
Pretzel Logic: A Tribute to Steely Dan (Set 2)
Festival of Arts 2017

   On Demand Weekend

New! 
John Proulx (Set 1)
Festival of Arts 2017

   On Demand Weekend

New! 
John Proulx (Set 2)
Festival of Arts 2017

   On Demand Weekend

SPECIAL ENCORE
PERFORMANCE!
 
Elton John:
The Piano Played LIVE Around The World

   On Demand Weekend

New! 
Scott Wilkie (Set 1)
Festival of Arts 2017

   On Demand Weekend

New! 
Scott Wilkie (Set 2)
Festival of Arts 2017

   On Demand Weekend

New! 
Kiki Ebsen's Joni Mitchell Project (Set 1)
Festival of Arts 2017

   On Demand Weekend

New! 
Kiki Ebsen's Joni Mitchell Project (Set 2)
Festival of Arts 2017

   On Demand Weekend

New! 
Jane Lynch
See Jane Sing
Performance of the Month

   On Demand Weekend

New! 
From Jobim to Jorge: Great Composers of Bossa Nova (Set 1)
Festival of Arts 2017

   On Demand Weekend

New! 
From Jobim to Jorge: Great Composers of Bossa Nova (Set 2)
Festival of Arts 2017

   On Demand Weekend

New! 
LA Transfer: A Tribute to Manhattan Transfer (Set 1)
Festival of Arts 2017

   On Demand Weekend

New! 
LA Transfer: A Tribute to Manhattan Transfer (Set 2)
Festival of Arts 2017

   On Demand Weekend

Scott Wilkie
Joy - The Christmas Concert
Performance of the Month

   On Demand Weekend

Yule Log
With Music by Robert Thies
Performance of the Month

   On Demand Weekend

Marty Ashby with Sean Jones
A Holiday Celebration From MIM

   On Demand Weekend

Mike Garson & Friends
Holiday Special

   On Demand Weekend

New! 
Judith Owen
featuring the legendary Leland Sklar
Festival of Arts 2017

   On Demand Weekend

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NEW! Rachel Eckroth, Khani Cole & Friends
LIVE from the MIM

  

Musical Instrument Museum (MIM)
4725 E Mayo Blvd
Phoenix, AZ 85050

Jazz pianist, singer and songwriter Rachel Eckroth, whose work is recognized for its unique and eclectic creativity rooted in a jazz foundation, has been a fixture in the jazz scene since high school. After obtaining her MFA in jazz performance from Rutgers University, Eckroth released her first solo album “Mind.” The release of this album received much praise; which only inspired her to dive deeper into her music, immersing herself in the studio to perfect her lyrics and ideas. The result of this creative journey was her second solo album “Let Go”—a work of musical depth, influenced by a fusion of jazz, pop and R&B sounds. Her most recent release, “Gold,” also continues to exemplify the true artistry and melodic beauty of Eckroth’s work. Eckroth is joined by talented jazz vocalist Khani Cole, among others, for this LIVE broadcast of an evening of brilliant music that will appeal to both mainstream and smooth jazz audiences alike. This performance is broadcasted LIVE from the Musical Instrument Museum.
Jazz pianist, singer and songwriter Rachel Eckroth, whose work is recognized for its unique and eclectic creativity rooted in a jazz foundation, has been a fixture in the jazz scene since high school. After obtaining her MFA in jazz performance from Rutgers University, Eckroth released her first solo album “Mind.” The release of this album received much praise; which only inspired her to dive deeper into her music, immersing herself in the studio to perfect her lyrics and ideas. The result of this creative journey was her second solo album “Let Go”—a work of musical depth, influenced by a fusion of jazz, pop and R&B sounds. Her most recent release, “Gold,” also continues to exemplify the true artistry and melodic beauty of Eckroth’s work. Eckroth is joined by talented jazz vocalist Khani Cole, among others, for this LIVE broadcast of an evening of brilliant music that will appeal to both mainstream and smooth jazz audiences alike. This performance is broadcasted LIVE from the Musical Instrument Museum.