The South Haven Scott Club and Foundry Hall have partnered to create a three concert series celebrating the club’s Everett concert grand piano.
The first concert took place on November 14, 2019 and featured Kalamazoo based jazz pianist Rufus Ferguson. He not only gave us a fabulous performance, but answered questions and gave a lot of background to his playing. It was a fantastic program and very well attended by an appreciative audience.
This series is made possible (and free) by grant funding from Entergy Pallisades Power Plant and the Greater South Haven Community Foundation. The next concert features classical collaborative pianist Tina Gorter who will perform with trumpeters Keith Gaiman and David Bernard and takes place at 3pm on Sunday, February 9th.
Here’s some video from the Rufus Ferguson performance: