Jane Ira Bloom Quartet presents "Wild Lines"

Friday, August 11th, at Buckley Recital Hall
8:00pm - 10:30pm

Award winning soprano saxophonist/composer Jane Ira Bloom presents “Wild Lines,” her new work for jazz quartet and spoken word, inspired by the poetry of Emily Dickinson. Bloom’s reimagining of Dickinson was ignited when she learned that the poet was a pianist and improviser, reaffirming Bloom’s intuitive connection to the jazz-like quality of Dickinson’s writing.

Tickets are $18 for general admission, $15 for Friends, seniors, and students. The box office opens at 7:30pm in the vestibule at Buckley Recital Hall. No advance reservations. All are welcome!


Photo Credit: Jim Moran

About Jane Ira Bloom

Soaring, poetic, quick silver, spontaneous and instantly identifiable are words used to describe the soprano sound of saxophonist Jane Ira Bloom. She's been steadfastly developing her singular voice on the soprano saxophone for over 35 years creating a body of music that marks her as an American original. She is a pioneer in the use of live electronics and movement in jazz, as well as the possessor of "one of the most gorgeous tones and hauntingly lyrical ballad conceptions of any soprano saxophonist" - Pulse.