Presented by Pillars Senior Living, the Winter Jazz Festival will feature some of the best local and nationally-known jazz musicians.

Bruce Harris is a nationally recognized trumpeter who has performed with Wynton Marsalis, Tony Bennett, Jon Baptiste and Harry Connick Jr. Many might his stellar performance at the 2022 Jazz Fest with Emmet Cohen.

Bruce will be performing alongside Graydon Peterson, Kavyesh Kaviraj & Abinnet Berhanu.

April 2nd 2:00 to 8:30pm at Crooners three Stages of Jazz Featuring: – Bruce Harris with Graydon Peterson, Kavyesh Kaviraj & Abinnet Berhanu; Joe Mayo – Ginger Commodore – Southside Aces – Connie Evingson – Gypsy Mania – And more!

The complete schedule will be posted shortly. Seating is very limited, so don’t wait to get your tickets.

Click here for General Admission Tickets – $45 Click here for VIP TICKETS – $125. Include a fantastic buffet dinner and front-row seating.


GinSing Music & The Dakota present An Easter Bruch with Ginger Commodore & T Mychael Rambo

“Ginger possesses some of the sweetest and most clarion pipes in town.” – City Pages

A member of the Midwest music scene for many years, Ginger Commodore is a regular visitor to The Dakota stage. Classically trained, gospel-influenced, and jazz-inspired, Ginger’s musical foundation is a true amalgam of musical styles presented with her own unique delivery.

Regional Emmy Award-winning actor, vocalist, arts educator and community organizer T. Mychael Rambo has made an indelible mark in the Twin Cities performing principal roles at such theaters as Penumbra, the Guthrie, Ordway, and Minnesota Opera, to name but a few. On stage and off, Rambo is a tireless advocate for the arts in Minnesota.



Feat. Sanford Moore, Ginger Commodore, Connie Evingson, Dennis Spears, and Ashley Commodore

Moore By Four quickly established themselves as a fixture on the Twin Cities music scene when the group was created in 1986 at Ruby’s Cabaret in Minneapolis. The group performed sold-out concerts at the Guthrie and Fitzgerald Theaters and went on to tour Europe and Japan, sharing concert billing with Harry Connick, Jr., Joe Williams, Carmen McRae, Sarah Vaughan and Dizzy Gillespie at concert halls and jazz festivals around the world. They’ve sung for the U.S. Olympic Committee, the Super Bowl, the Minnesota Twins, Vikings and Timberwolves, former President and Mrs. Clinton, Mikhail and Raisa Gorbachev, Czech Republic President Vaclav Havel, the King and Queen of Sweden and at countless special events, benefits, corporate functions, colleges and universities, concert halls and festivals in the U.S., Europe and Japan.

The harmonies put forth by the four vocalists Ginger Commodore, Connie Evingson, Ashley Commodore and Dennis Spears immediately invoke thoughts of Manhattan Transfer with their precise vocal control and polish, pulsating rhythms and innovative arrangements. But the individuals’ grounding in gospel, jazz, pop and theater provides a far broader range to the group’s musical offerings.

Originally specializing in music from the swing era, the group’s repertoire, arranged by Director Sanford Moore, also includes contemporary jazz, original compositions and new arrangements of the great standards from Broadway, Hollywood and the Cotton Club period – all performed in what has become known as the signature style of Moore By Four.