Jason Palmer Quintet

Hibernian Hall

An active band that plays all over the Boston area --including a long tenure as the weekend house band at Wally's Cafe -- and at festivals across New England, the Jason Palmer Quintet continues their red-hot Neighborhood Arts debut season with a concert at Roxbury's storied Hibernian Hall.

Internationally-acclaimed trumpeter, composer, and educator Jason Palmer has played with many all-time greats and current stars and has appeared on over 40 albums as a sideman and eight as a leader. 

Proceeds from the performance ($5 per person, general admission) benefit the Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative.

Hibernian Hall

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Hibernian Hall

184 Dudley Street

Roxbury, MA 02119

“Palmer has created an album of lengthy, intriguing compositions that are full of engaging extras. ****1/2”

Jon Ross Downbeat Magazine

Thank you to our supporters!

Celebrity Series of Boston is grateful to our 2018-19 Season Sponsors Amy & Joshua Boger, and to the many individual donors whose generosity supports Arts for All! programs. Celebrity Series is also grateful to the following corporations, foundations, and government agencies for their support in the 2018-19 season: 

Stephanie L. Brown Foundation

Susanne Marcus Collins Foundation

Bessie Pappas Charitable Foundation

Stifler Family Foundation 

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Neighborhood Arts is also made possible by support from the LIVE PERFORMANCE! Arts for All Endowment & Innovation Funds of the Celebrity Series of Boston. 

 

This performance is made possible in part by support from Celebrity Series LIVE PERFORMANCE! Arts for All Endowment & Innovation Funds. Additional support provided by Reuben Reynolds & Bill Casey, Alfred & Joan Goldberg, Randolph Hawthorne & Carliss Baldwin, Sally S. Seaver, Eric & Sarah Ward, and Yukiko Ueno & Eran Egozy.

Contact

Robin Baker

Associate Director of Community Engagement

Celebrity Series of Boston
20 Park Plaza, Suite 1032
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rb@celebrityseries.org
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