TILLERY, a collaboration between Rebecca Martin, Gretchen Parlato, and Becca Stevens, will make a rare concert appearance later this month in conjunction with a songwriting workshop they are offering in New York City.
The trio presents “Stories and Songs – a Masterclass Performance” on Saturday, May 26th and Sunday, May 27th at The Jazz Gallery, 290 Hudson Street. The group will perform two sets, at 9:00 pm and 10:30 pm. Tickets are $20.00, and can be purchased at www.jazzgallery.org.
“Stories and Songs – a Masterclass Performance” will showcase the three singers’ original compositions and arrangements of covers while allowing for an intimate discussion on their collaboration and music.
Separately, Tillery is hosting a Songwriting Workshop on Saturday and Sunday during the morning and afternoon hours, also at the Jazz Gallery.
Tickets for both events can be found by visiting the Jazz Gallery’s schedule page at www.jazzgallery.org
Visit www.tillerygals.org for more information on the group and their performances.
About TILLERY: Tillery is a collaborative project created by Rebecca Martin, Gretchen Parlato and Becca Stevens. Individually, they are three of New York’s most acclaimed and respected vocalists/songwriters. Together as Tillery, they’re a potent collective force that’s more than the sum of its already formidable parts. The threesome’s seamless creative chemistry and organic personal rapport makes for a powerful collaboration that’s been wowing live audiences since the trio first joined forces in 2010. United equally by an abiding friendship and a mutual admiration for one another’s talents, Tillery finds these three unmistakable individuals converging into a distinctive and deeply compelling whole.
Curated by Jackson in conjunction with 92YTribeca, The Checkout Live convenes some of the most exciting and innovative players on the NYC scene for monthly concerts that are recorded for future broadcast and podcast. WATCH and LISTEN to Tillery’s recent performance at the 92YTribeca Mainstage located at 200 Hudson Street in New York City.