As part of the Jazz Friday Series, the Southern Ohio Museum presents violinist and songwriter Emmaline Campbell on Friday, March 22, 7:00 pm. From Cincinnati, Campbell’s classical training started with violin lessons at the age of four, and she has been immersed in music ever since.
Emmaline and her band create their own unique sound by incorporating elements of classic jazz harmony and modern neo-soul grooves to create a soulful vibe that is unlike any other sound being created today.
Her successful career has included performances at The Steppenwolf Theatre (Chicago,) The Woodward Theatre (Cincinnati), Panama City Jazz Society (Hosted by world renowned jazz bassist, Steve Gilmore), Rockwood Music Hall (New York City), and many more.
This concert is part of the collaboration between The Southern Ohio Museum and The University of Cincinnati-College Conservatory of Music, hosting faculty and competition winning students from the Jazz and Classical departments, providing concert goers with a rich experience from both well-known and emerging talent.
This performance is supported, in part, by the Scioto Foundation and will be followed by a reception and refreshments, with the opportunity for audience members to interact with musicians.
The concert will be held in the Hopkins Theater, and tickets are $6 for Museum Members, students and seniors, and $8 general admission, and are available at the door. The galleries will be open during the performance.
For more information please visit the website www.somacc.com,
or call the Museum 740-354-5629.