The Encore Bistro Music & More Special at Museum of Art

February 10th 2:30 to 4:00 p.m.
Boston-based saxophonist Cercie Miller brings her distinctive sound to Cape Cod. (Courtesy of the artists)

Cape Cod Museum of Art Music & More! Concert Series

Cercie Miller in Concert February 10, 2019, 2:30 – 4 pm

$18, $15 CCMoA members

New:  The Encore Bistro Music & More Special! 

Boston-based saxophonist Cercie Miller brings her distinctive sound to Cape Cod for Music & More! on February 10, backed up by musicians, Tim Ray on piano, Ron Ormsby on bass and Bart Weisman on drums. 

Cercie Miller is an Assistant Professor at Berklee College of Music and Senior Music Performance Faculty at Wellesley College. She leads the Cercie Miller Quartet and has performed and/or recorded with many artists including Deborah Henson-Conant, Rebecca Parris, Patty Larkin, Lisa Thorson, and many more. Miller has appeared many times on Cape Cod including Provincetown Jazz Festival, Orleans Historical Society, and Cape Cod Museum of Art.

Tim Ray (piano) is best known as long-time pianist for Lyle Lovett and has appeared on over 75 recordings including his just released Trio CD “Windows.” Tim has performed with Tony Bennett, Aretha Franklin, Bonnie Raitt, Gary Burton, Esperanza Spalding, Phil Woods, Scott Hamilton, Boston Pops, and many more. 

Ron Ormsby (bass) & Bart Weisman (drums) are member of the Cape Cod Jazz Quintet.

After the performance, guests can mingle with the musicians over coffee, tea and cookies. Before or after the concert, attendees can enjoy a delicious prix fixe meal at the popular Encore Bistro & Bar, just steps from the Museum.

The Music & More! winter series offers a great variety of musical performances that include pop, folk, blues, classical, jazz and more. Concerts run through March 31.

Tickets are $18; $15 for CCMoA members.  Reservations recommended.  See the full schedule and menu for the Encore Special, and order tix at www.ccmoa.org/music, or call 508-385-4477 x 20.


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