Truetone Honeys perform live at the Music Room at the Hermitage

January 25 2024

The Hermitage Museum and Gardens
Experience extraordinary musical performances in the intimate setting of the Hermitage Museum’s historic Music Room.
Guests are invited to arrive early to browse the Sloane Collection and enjoy drinks available for purchase. Performances begin at 7pm and will include a 20-minute intermission. Doors open at 6:15 pm.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 26: Truetone Honeys
The Truetone Honeys are a female vocal trio specializing in the early swing stylings of the 1920s and 30s.
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 9: Andrew & Logan Have One on the House
From Artist Logan Vath: “Singers/Songwriters/Steinway – Songs about interstates, open spaces, and the little faces of the future.”
From the Artist: “JJJJJerome Ellis is a disabled artist and a person who stutters. He lives in Norfolk with his wife, ecologist-poet Luísa Black Ellis. Contemplative, improvised music for piano and organ, somewhere between classical, jazz, and ambient music.”
Single Performance Ticket:
$25 Museum Members
$30 Non-Members
No Refund Policy
All tickets and sales are non-refundable. All tickets and sales help support the mission of the Hermitage Museum & Gardens. We thank you for your purchase and support.
Illustrations by Todd Webb

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