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Jazz Room Series at Home
Special Valentine’s Concert with vocalist Marion Cowings

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Jazz Room Series at Home<br>Special Valentine’s Concert with vocalist Marion Cowings

Overview

The silky and versatile baritone voice of Marion Cowings has been a major part of the vocal jazz world since the 1960s.  A native New Yorker with early mentorship from Jon Hendricks and a LaGuardia High School education that included performing with Leonard Bernstein, he has gone on to perform at such prestigious venues as the Kennedy Center in Washington, and was the lead in the Duke Ellington opera Queenie Pie directed by Mercer Ellington at Lincoln Center.  He has been active at the 92nd Street Y Jazz in July series, and is heard often at New York’s more intimate clubs like Small’s and Mezzrow.  He has collaborated with such jazz giants as Clark Terry, Jimmy Heath, Ron Carter, Gary Bartz and Bobby Watson, and is a co-founder of the jazz vocal department at New York University, where he taught for years.

Marion Cowings

Sittin’ In, the series of concert previews, presents featured interviews with jazz artists and guest speakers. 
This informal discussion is free to the public.
Sittin' In Meet–the–Artist sessions are one hour prior to each concert (3:00 p.m.) and broadcast on the WP Presents! You Tube channel. Subscribe to the channel here.
Submit questions in advance to: jazzroom@wpunj.edu

Admission: Pay what you choose -  $25 •  $20  • $15 • $10 Public
$8 Non-William Paterson students and WP Community
WP Students FREE via a weekly code emailed from faculty
All tickets must be purchased in advance via the internet ticketing systems for this performance.

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