Marion Halliday at ZALON

Zoom Event

Appearing with Sister Jane as part of this highly-regarded monthly Salon hosted by Andrea Clearfield that features an eclectic array of extraordinary music from world-class musicians representing every conceivable range of musical taste. Andrea has hosted this monthly event for 3 decades but, during Covid, it has evolved to an exceptionally well-produced online but LIVE event with engineered sound facilitated by two dedicated engineers who assist in facilitating the programming. The show moves fast with each performer playing a 10 minute set. The show is accessed via zoom at:

Information about the evening's performers and schedule can be found at: - here is the order of lineup:

1.The Parker Trio: Jon Ballantyne, piano; Gene Perla, bass; Adam Nussbaum, drums will perform jazz works from Gene’s home in Easton, PA

2.Vocalist Val Gay, performing from her home in Philadelphia, will sing her arrangement of "Ella's Song" and an original from her forthcoming album "I'm Here"

3.Luiz Simas, composer/singer/pianist will perform music inspired by his homeland, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from his current home in New York City

4.Sharon Mashihi will present a work in progress excerpt from Season 02 of her metafictional podcast series, Appearances, in which she will play voices live from her home in NY

5.Terry Eder, pianist, will play two preludes and fugues by J.S. Bach from her home in Manhattan

6.Alex Shapiro, composer presenting from her home on San Juan Island, WA, will share a video of New York-based pianist Adam Marks performing SPARK, from the 2020 CD of Alex’s solo piano works, ARCANA.

7.Weege & The Wondertwins perform songs influenced by the early age of jazz, the crooner era and underground sixties pop from their studio space in Shelbourne Falls, Massachusetts

8.Paul Reisler, guitarist/composer will be performing his original songs and instrumentals from his home in Little Washington, VA with vocalist Cheryl Toth

  1. Marion Halliday (singer/songwriter) with her sister Jane Halliday (multi-instrumentalist) will share Marion's two original songs from her ‘old Kentucky home’ in Louisville.

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