Concert with the Tammy Hall Quartet
The September 19th concert has been postponed and a new date will be announced very soon.
If you have purchased tickets, we can either hold the tickets for the new date or issue you a refund.
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Tammy L. Hall started playing piano at age 4 and decided at age 5 to be a 'good working musician'.
This intention along with the desire to travel, perform and teach music has taken her all over the world to noted venues such as the Sala Filarmonica at Trento (Universita di Trento), Jazz At Lincoln Center, Miner Auditorium at SFJAZZ, Bing at Stanford, and festivals including Monterey, San Jose, Northsea Jazz, Tokyo, Belgium, France and Holland, and allowed her to work with vocalists Etta Jones, Linda Tillery (and the Cultural Heritage Choir), Kim Nalley, Tiffany Austin, the Supreme Mary Wilson, most recently, soprano Leberta Lorál, violinists Regina Carter, Mads Tolling and Laurie Anderson, and orchestra leader and bassist Marcus Shelby.
POSTPONED - Date TBA
Tammy Hall Quartet will appear in an intimate concert entitled “A Time for Love” featuring:
Leberta Loral on vocals
Ruth Davies on Bass
Daria Johnson on Drums
Tammy Hall on Piano & Vocals
She received the award for Best Musical Direction from the Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle in 2017. In 2019 the San Francisco Human Rights Commission honored Tammy as a recipient of its inaugural Pleasant-Leidesdorff San Francisco Community Stalwart Award and she is this year's Inaugural Artist-In-Residence for Healdsburg Jazz.
Leberta Lorál possesses a clarion voice that has been described as both Mezzo and Soprano, as well as artistry that are both technically impressive and emotionally intense. Highlights of 2018/2019 include exciting collaborations with Douglas Ovens in performing his composition, “Three Love Songs” on Poems of Alice Fulton for soprano and vibraphone in the Monterey County Composer’s Forum, “Winds of Change”, reappearing March 2019 as the Soprano soloist with the Camerata Singers of Monterey County in performances of Ralph Vaughan Williams' Dona Nobis Pacem which benefited the Veteran’s Transition Center of Monterey County and a Vocal Master Class at California State University at Monterey Bay.
Most recently, Ms. Lorál had the extreme pleasure of meeting Ms. Tammy L. Hall and she is excited about their upcoming collaborations!