Music After Hours with Natalia Bernal and Jason Ennis Group

When:
August 17, 2019 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
2019-08-17T17:00:00-04:00
2019-08-17T20:00:00-04:00
Where:
The Terrace at The Mount
2 Plunkett St
Lenox, MA 01240
USA
Cost:
Free
Contact:
413-551-5100

Join us on the Terrace every weekend in July and August from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. for lively evenings of free music played by the region’s most talented musicians. Celebrate the summer season with delicious food and drinks from the Terrace Café and Lucia’s Latin Kitchen, available for purchase. To see the menu for Lucia’s Latin Kitchen, click here.

PLEASE NOTE: PARKING AT THE MAIN HOUSE WILL BE LIMITED TO HANDICAPPED PARKING ONLY. 

SEATING IS LIMITED, PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN LAWN CHAIRS.  

No outside food and drink, please.

Guitarist Jason Ennis is an exciting voice in the world of jazz guitar. His unique sound, deep groove and sensitive feel, along with a diverse background in jazz, blues, Brazilian music and classical music have made him highly in demand as a soloist, sideman, bandleader and musical director. A graduate of Middlebury College (BA in music), Jason attended Berklee College of Music (Boston) and The San Francisco Conservatory of Music. Ennis leads his own instrumental group, Trio Jota Sete, and co-leads the world jazz trio, La Voz de Tres, which has toured extensively throughout the United States and Chile and has released two CDs: La Voz de Tres (2010) and Sueños y Delirios (2014). Since Fall of 2015, Ennis has been a Lecturer in Music at Dartmouth College, where he teaches jazz, world and popular guitar styles. Currently residing in Pittsfield, MA, he teaches guitar privately and at the Berkshire Music School and has given workshops at colleges and Universities throughout the US and Chile.

Natalia Bernal is a Chilean vocalist raised in the beautiful coastal city of Iquique, nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the Atacama Desert. Based in New York City since 2007, her sound embodies the drama and intensity of the natural surroundings of her homeland. From an early age, she was immersed in a rich musical tradition: she learned the great Latin American standards from her Chilean father and Uruguayan mother, and she breathed deeply of the “Musica Popular” from Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Cuba, Peru, and Brazil. Through her studies at Escuela Moderna de Musica (Chili) and Berklee College of Music (USA), Natalia expanded her jazz vocabulary to create a sumptuous tapestry of sound that remains suffused with the rhythms and melodies and of trovadores of Latin America.

The Mount is a Massachusetts Cultural Council UP designated organization welcoming participants of all disabilities. Please contact The Mount at 413-551-5100 or by email, info@edithwharton.org, to discuss accommodations needed to participate fully in this event. 

2019 Music After Hours Lineup:

Friday, July 5                      The Wanda Houston Band

Saturday, July 6                  The Benny Sharoni Quartet

Friday, July 12                    Andy Wrba/Berkshire Jazz Collective

Saturday, July 13                The Bob Meyer Project

Friday, July 19                     The Joe Belmont Experience

Saturday, July 20                Jon Suters and Charlie Tokarz Quartet

Friday, July 26                    Paul Green Quartet

Saturday, July 27                Armen Donelian Trio

Friday, August 2                  Natalia Bernal and Jason Ennis Group

Saturday, August 3              Jeanne Laurin and John Sauer Quartet

Friday, August 9                 Afro-Semitic Experience

Saturday, August 10           The Benny Sharoni Quartet

Friday, August 16                Elizabeth Kasius and Heard

Saturday, August 17            Natalia Bernal and Jason Ennis Group

Friday, August 23                The Wanda Houston Band

Saturday, August 24            Jon Suters and Charlie Tokarz Quartet

Music After Hours is proudly sponsored by Greylock Federal Credit Union.