Sunday, May 15 at 3:00 pm, Jazz Concert featuring pianist Rufus Ferguson
Free and Open to All!
South Haven Scott Club - 652 Phoenix Street
The final concert of the 2021-2022 Scott Club Concert Series will feature Kalamazoo-based jazz artist, Rufus Ferguson. Join us in person (limited capacity – reservations required)** or virtually for this free concert showcasing the Everett concert grand piano! **To be an audience member, a reservation is required, and the Scott Club needs to confirm your vaccination status at the door.Masks are required in the Scott Club. Please email the Scott Club (email@example.com) to reserve your spot.This concert will also be streamed live on the Foundry Hall twitch channel www.twitch.tv/foundryhall and the South Haven Scott Club's Facebook page. Rufus Ferguson is a multi-instrumentalist and educator who earned degrees from Western Michigan University under the mentorship of Jeremy Siskind and Matthew Fries in jazz piano. In his professional career, Rufus actively shares the stage with award nominated and winning artists such as Dwight Adams, Robert Hurst, Rodney Whitaker, Ali Jackson, The Temptations, Earnest Pugh, David Wilford and many more." This concert series is a collaboration between the South Haven Scott Club and Foundry Hall, and is made possible in part by generous grant funding from The Greater South Haven Area Community Foundation and Entergy Palisades Power Plant.