Posted by Bob Evans
Johnson County Community College’s
Carlsen Center Presents
Winterlude – Nate Nall Quintet
March 15 at Polsky Theatre
Overland Park, KS (Feb. 21, 2020) – The 2019 – 2020 season of the Carlsen Center Presents Series continues with Winterlude – Nate Nall Quintet on Sunday, March 15, 7 p.m. in Polsky Theatre. High res photos with IDs can be found here. Video can be here.
Trumpet player Nate Nall studied with beloved Kansas City saxophonist Bobby Watson. Now he heads his own impressive group. Trumpet player Nate Nall is among the elite group of young musicians who have studied with saxophonist Bobby Watson. Today, he plays with nationally noted musicians and heads his own impressive group Adam Larson (tenor saxophone), John Brewer (piano), Joey Panella (bass), and John Kizilarmut, (drums) . Nall was a featured soloist with the Kansas City Jazz Orchestra on a 2018 tour to Germany and Poland that included vocalist Deborah Brown. He has been featured on the nationally syndicated 12th Street Jump program.
Tickets may be purchased online www.jccc.edu/CarlsenCenter or by phone (913) 469-4445 for $25. Season ticket packages which include a purchase of five events (or more) are available for a 10% discount. Donors to the Friends of the Carlsen Center (starting at $50) receive a 15% discount off season ticket packages.
For more information about the 2019-2020 the Carlsen Center Presents Series at Johnson County Community College, and a full list of performers, visit www.jccc.edu/CarlsenCenter.
Remaining Carlsen Center Presents 2019-2020 Season At A Glance
Feb. 23 Winterlude—Gerald Spaits Sax & Violins*
Feb. 26 Don’t Let The Pigeon Drive The Bus! The Musical!
Mar. 6 Kannapolis: A Moving Portrait*
Mar. 7 Danú St. Patrick’s Celebration
Mar. 11 SEEDS*
Mar. 15 Winterlude—Nate Nall Quintet*
Mar. 19 Quartet San Francisco*-Masters of Pop: The Beatles and Beyond
Mar. 20-21 DRUM TAO 2020
Apr. 2 The Reminders*
Apr. 3 Piff The Magic Dragon (magic and comedy)
May 9 Alonzo King LINES Ballet
* Events held in Polsky Theatre, JCCC
About Carlsen Center, Johnson County Community College
The Carlsen Center is Johnson County’s performing arts center. Early on, the founders of Johnson County Community College (JCCC) dreamed of building a world-class performing arts venue in Johnson County, Kansas. In 1990, that dream was realized, and the center soon became a cultural hub for the rapidly growing county. The Carlsen Center’s growth parallels that of Johnson County, expanding from 50 events the first season to around 150 annually today. Events include Carlsen Center Presents (CCP), the annual series of around 25 events presented by JCCC that feature professional, internationally known artists in a wide variety of genres; academic branches of JCCC; and community groups who rent the space.
Since 2000, with the development of the Carlsen Center Arts Education program, the Carlsen Center also addresses cultural and art-related program needs in K-12 education. The CC Arts Education programs include school performances at the Carlsen Center, and engagement activities with artists performing in schools. Master classes, lecture/demonstrations, workshops and other opportunities for interaction with students happen throughout the year. CC Arts Education also offers support materials for programs, study guides, concert previews, plus professional development – creative skills workshops and curriculum-building seminars for teachers in arts integration.
The CC Arts Education had a leadership role in the re-establishment of the Kansas Alliance for Arts Education, and in 2014 was named a Kennedy Center Partners in Education site, teamed with the Shawnee Mission School District. An expansion of the Kennedy Center Partnership occurred in 2018 with the addition of the Liberty Schools and in 2019 with the addition of Kansas City Young Audiences, making it one of two cross-state Kennedy Center Partnerships in the US. CC Arts Ed is the only Kennedy Center Partner in the state of Kansas.
For more information, please visit www.jccc.edu/CarlsenCenter.