Grammy Award-winning composer and pianist, Paul Sullivan, will be featured in Freeport Historical Society’s Spring Serenade, taking place on Saturday, March 19th, 6:30pm- 10:00pm.
Sullivan, known for his work as a soloist, as part of a jazz trio, and with the Paul Winter Consort, creates a relaxed and intimate experience for his audience with engaging and sometime quirky observations about music and life. His 13 CDs have sold over 300 thousand copies and have won 3 Indie Awards. He received a Grammy Award for his work on the Paul Winter Consort CD, Silver Solstice.
Sullivan has played concert tours worldwide and has performed with legendary orchestras, including the Philadelphia Orchestra under Eugene Ormandy and the Boston Pops under both Arthur Fiedler and Keith Lockhart. As a jazz player, he has worked in some of New York’s most prestigious clubs, including Sweet Basil and The Village Vanguard, playing with jazz masters like Benny Goodman, Tommy Flanagan, Red Mitchell, Lou Donaldson, and others.
The Spring Serenade includes a silent auction featuring a distinctive array of experiences and one-of-a-kind items including the opportunity to discuss and solve your woodworking project with renowned craftsman Tom Moser, a week-long sailing adventure aboard the Schooner, American Eagle, a two hour visit to Plumbago, where Maine Tourmalines are mined, or a day of dog-sledding.
The evening also includes delicious hors d’oeuvres, a cash bar and signature cocktail. Spring Serenade takes place at 53 Depot Street (Freeport Community Services) in Freeport. For more information or tickets ($45 each) please contact 207-865-3170 or email@example.com, or pay for them online at www.freeporthistoricalsociety.org.
“Sullivan plays with brilliance and clarity”…
Paul Winter Consort
“Adjectives don’t come good enough for Paul Sullivan… He’s an exquisite musician and just one of the nicest people you’ll ever meet.”
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