“Strong musicianship and spontaneous substantive musical ideas flow effortlessly from Mike’s performances.”
- Pete Ford, jazz pianist
A performer, composer, and conductor, Michael Shirtz is known for his versatility with jazz, contemporary, and classical music, reaching out to diverse audiences of multi-generations. His vocal style captures the warmth and lyricism of a Mel Tormé on smooth ballads, and up tunes are distinct with energy, drive, and a hint of blues. As a pianist, Shirtz has remained deeply influenced by the innovation of Brubeck’s keyboard styles, which are infused into Michael’s groups. Among Shirtz’s greatest attributes are his diverse, instrumental-like scat-singing and cool ease with his audiences. After a concert an audience member commented, “It’s like listening to Mel Tormé meets Brubeck!”
“It’s like listening to Mel Tormé meets Brubeck”
- MSQ Fan
A native of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, Shirtz began his musical career while in high school fronting small house bands to leading variations of big bands and jazz combos. It wasn’t long before Michael was traveling, producing, and performing popular themed concerts and tribute shows. These unique jazz infused programs have reached out to a diverse audience, creating a unique following that embraces music lovers of all ages to Michael’s music. After an eight-year break to pursue other musical interests, Shirtz returned to performing in 2011 by reestablishing the Michael Shirtz Quartet and expanding his interest in composing and arranging music. Their unique instrumentation and arrangements allows the quartet to perform traditional jazz styles and move effortlessly into playing Blues, Funk, Rock, Gospel and Singer/Songwriter material.
In 2013, Shirtz returned to presenting theme shows by releasing the show, “As I’ve Learned It” (tribute to the music of his grandfather, big band leader Tommy Weldon) and launches and hosts the popular JAZZ @ 8 Series featuring different themes and artists. This spring Shirtz released his new show, “An American Songbook Story” that highlights the music and performers of the 20th Century. Though Shirtz has recorded for other artists and projects since the late 90s, he has no solo album to his name. Shirtz plans to record his first album this coming year.
In addition to his work as a jazz performer, Shirtz continues to pursue other avenues in music as a conductor, composer, and educator.
"Michael Shirtz is one of my favorite musicians, both to work with and to watch. As a performer and bandleader, Michael clearly demonstrates a high command of the repertoire of the modern improvising musician, both as a pianist and vocalist. Additionally, Michael has a gift for engaging his audience, not only through his music, but by way of his openness and storytelling during the show. He possesses the ability to draw both his audience and bandmates into a shared experience that transcends the more common "concert" event. I have known Michael for many years, and it is my privilege to call him colleague, bandmate, and friend."
- Doug Neel, Benedetto Guitarist/Edwards Trombonist
Today, Michael Shirtz stepped down as Dean of Business, Communications, and the Arts at Terra State Community College in Fremont, Ohio. Shirtz will return to faculty as Assistant Professor for Music Business & Commercial Music and Director of Choral Activities. In addition, Shirtz will return to his previous role as Lead Faculty (chair) of the Department of Music & Humanities at Terra State. Shirtz served as the Dean since 2012, before that he served as Lead Faculty since 2007, and adjunct instructor and program coordinator since 2001. Shirtz will be teaching classes in vocal music, music business, management, marketing, commercial music studies, professional practicums, studio voice, Terra State Vocal Institute, and continue as the conductor/music director of the Terra Choral Society and Chamber Arts Orchestra.
During his tenure as Dean, he led the division in strengthening the academic rigor and quality in the degree programs, reestablished the real estate program, begun the review of the agribusiness programs, developed stronger scheduling options for students, renewed the Music Academy program, oversaw the expansion and construction of the Hospitality programs and facilities, oversaw the process of establishing Route 53 Records, expansion of the new Interactive Media and Post Production programs, and numerous other community, campus, and regional programs for the business and arts worlds. Shirtz made the decision to leave the dean's position to pursue new opportunities in composition, conducting and performing.
Pamela Shirtz is helping others "transform" as she takes the stage as Elle Woods in the hit musical Legally Blonde at the Sandusky State Theatre, Sandusky, Ohio, August 1-3.
Harvard’s beloved blonde takes the stage by pink storm in this fun, upbeat musical about self-discovery. Based on the adored movie, Legally Blonde: the Musical stays true to form with a peppy score and playful storyline. This musical is ridiculously enjoyable from start to finish and features a talented cast of experienced and young actors alike.
Elle Woods (Pamela) appears to have it all. Her life is turned upside-down, however, when her boyfriend dumps her so he can start getting serious about his life and attend Harvard Law. Determined to get him back, Elle uses her charm to get into Harvard Law. At school, she struggles with peers, professors, and Warner Huntington. With the help of Paulette and Emmett, though, Elle quickly realizes her potential and sets out to prove herself to the world.
Pamela's golden stage presence literally brings the character of Elle to life, and tells the story of her journey in finding strength that one can have to pursue their dreams by recognizing who they are already inside. Come see Pamela in her element as she leads a fun, energetic and sometime emotional experience about love, friendship, and transformation with a dynamic cast.
Legally Blonde is produced by the Sandusky State Repertory Theatre Company and directed by Artist Director Grechen Lynne Wingerter, Music Director Michael Shirtz, and Choreographer Caitlyn Elizabeth Reilly.
Get your tickets today by calling the Sandusky State Theatre Box Office at 419-626-1950 or go to sanduskystate.com. This will be a show you will not want to miss!
The New Sandusky Repertory Theatre Audition Calls & New Artistic Team
This summer the Sandusky State Theatre launches a new Repertory Theatre company that will bring quality artistic programming to the theatre’s stage. The Repertory Theatre will be a year-round program that will offer both musicals and straight plays to community and professional actors alike. The theme of this summer is new renaissance, presenting the famous Shakespeare comic play, Twelfth Night and the newer Broadway musical hit, Legally Blonde. The theatre is planning on presenting the Holiday Classic musical White Christmas in December.
The artistic direction staff of the new Repertory Theatre includes Grechen Lynne Wingerter of BGSU Firelands College, Michael Shirtz of Terra State Community College, and Caitlin Elizabeth Reilly of Above the Barre Dance Studio in Berea. Wingerter first came to the State Theatre to direct Miracle on 34th Street this past December and will be returning to present a modern presentation of Shakespeare classic Twelfth Night, and collaborating with Shirtz on the musical Legally Blonde. Shirtz served as musical director at the State Theatre for Sound of Music (2010) and presents the popular Jazz @ Eight Series. Shirtz is excited to return in a director’s roll to present Legally Blonde and team up with new choreographer to the State Theatre, Caitlin Elizabeth Reilly, a Cleveland area Equity Actor.
“This artistic trio will not only bring rich professional experience to the theatre, but are also educators, which ensures that the actors and all involved with these shows will be learning the art and craft of entertainment,” said David Taylor, Executive Director of the Sandusky State Theatre. “This truly is an exciting time as we go through transforming and expanding the mission of the State Theatre.”
The summer shows are open to both students and community members to participate as actors, singers, dancers, or production team members. Through a partnership with BGSU Firelands and Terra State, students may enroll in the summer programs for college credit in acting or production. Internship programs are also available through Terra State throughout the year. Information for performance based college credit will be available to performers at auditions. Students interested in production or year-round college internships should contact Terra State at 419-559-2233.
In recent years, the programs at the two-year colleges have been transforming the experience and education of students studying careers in the performing arts to become practical applications with job-based opportunities in their training.
“We believe that the best form of education is the philosophy shared by our regional community college partners – hands-on, real-life experience. We want those students and the community to get that training right here in our theatre. We want the stage to be their world classroom,” said Taylor, who explained that this was part of the objectives in designing the Sandusky Repertory Theater Company.
Auditions for the Sandusky Repertory Theatre’s summer shows will be held at the Sandusky State Theatre on May 5-7, 7:00pm. Performers should come prepared to present a classical and contemporary monologue (1-2 minutes in length), a musical number that best demonstrates their vocal capabilities (1-2 minutes in length, not from the show), and auditionees will be notified about dance call backs at auditions. For more information or to schedule an audition, call the Sandusky State Theatre at 419-626-1950.
The Sandusky State Theatre will present Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night on June 20-22. Legally Blonde the musical will be presented August 1-3. Auditions are open to everyone! For more information about the Sandusky Repertory Theatre Company or summer camps and enrichment opportunities at the State Theatre, call 419-626-1950 or go to the theatre’s website.
Michael Shirtz returns to the Sandusky State Theatre as the Music Director for the new Sandusky Repertory Theatre Company opening this summer. Shirtz served as a music director for the theatre in previous productions and left in 2010 to pursue new opportunities in production and jazz performance. This summer the Repertory company we will be producing Twelfth Night and Legally Blonde, collaborating with the talents and resources of BGSU Firelands Theatre Department and Terra State Community College Music & Production programs. Grechen Wingerter will serve as the Artistic Director for both shows. Michael Shirtz will serve as Music Director and Caitlyn Elizabeth Reilly will serve as Choreographer for Legally Blonde.
Though not trained in theatre or acting, Shirtz began serving as a vocal coach for musical theatre in Columbus, Ohio. Shirtz’s first round in producing any theatre productions came as his involvement with education grew. It wasn’t until he married Pamela, that Michael became involved in theatre on a professional level. Since then, Shirtz has produced, musical directed, and conducted numerous musical productions. Shirtz is excited to return to the State Theatre to work with friends and colleagues Grechen and Dave Taylor (State’s Executive Director), and collaborate for the first time with the summer’s choreographer, Caitlyn.
“I’m excited to be working with Dave and these wonderful ladies to get down to the work of taking a story, and not just telling it on the stage, but making it come alive,” said Michael in an interview about his new work with the theatre.
“Mike’s gift as a musical director are unparalleled,” said actress Cindy Bilby. “He is a true artistic leader and educator who loves what he does and motivates others to see a piece through his eyes. As a non-singing actor, I can honestly say that my experience with Mike is that he can craft a silk purse from a sow’s ear!”
Musicals Michael has produced, music directed, or conducted includes West Side Story, Candide, Wizard of Oz, Wicked, Sound of Music, Grease, Chicago, Little Women, Hello Dolly, Les Miserables, Gilligan’s Island, Hats, and others.
Auditions and interviews to join the Sandusky Repertory Theatre Company will be held at the Sandusky State Theatre on May 5-7, 7:00pm. Places for leads, chorus, musicians, and production crew will be available. Students may receive college credit for their experience. For more information call the Sandusky State Theatre at 419-626-1950.
Mary McClendon, a regionally renowned jazz singer from Columbus, will perform two concerts next weekend in Sandusky and Fremont, Ohio.
A regular on the central Ohio jazz scene since the late 1970s, McClendon's smooth vocals and scat singing have made her an audience favorite. She has shared the stage with many jazz greats like Benny Carter, Louie Bellson, Clark Terry, Harry 'Sweets' Edison and the great Sarah Vaughan, to name a few.
She has performed with the Columbus Jazz Orchestra and continues to be a featured vocalist in club shows, concerts and private appearances. In addition to her career as a jazz singer, her resume performance credits also include time on the golden stage and silver screen, including roles in such movies as The Jesse Owens Story.
Along with her music and acting, McClendon has dedicated her life to serving others, participating as a volunteer for Children's Hospital, the famed Ebony Fashion Fair, and public schools, and many other organizations and events.
McClendon's performances will be accompanied by a familiar group with Michael Shirtz (piano) joined by Doug Neel (bass), Keith Barber (guitar) and Chris Cavera (drums).
Friday, March 28, 8:00 p.m.
Sandusky State Theatre
107 Columbus Avenue, Sandusky
Tickets: Call 419-626-1950
The Sandusky State Theatre's Jazz @ Eight series presents McClendon in a unique jazz club setting. Opening for McClendon is the Terra Jazz Ambassadors under the direction of Kris Burt. For tickets, please call the Sandusky State Theatre Box Office at 419-626-1950 or visit their website today at sanduskystate.com. Snacks and cash bar available.
Saturday, March 29, 8:00 p.m.
Terra State Community College
Recital Hall, Bordner Arts & Health Technologies Center
Building D, 2830 Napoleon Road, Fremont
Tickets: Call 419-559-2379
Terra State Community College's Jazz and American Music Series presents a concert and conversation with McClendon in another jazz club venue located in the Recital Hall, Bordner Arts and Health Technologies Center (Building D), on Terra's campus. For more information or tickets, please call the Terra State Box Office at 419-559-2379. Snacks and cash bar available.
No ticket discounts, all general admission pricing.
Michael's new show "As I've Learned It" was featured at the Sandusky State Theatre for the Jazz @ Eight music series. Michael Shirtz and the Pete Ford Trio performed for over 120 people on the actual stage itself. Michael and the musicians absolutely loved performing in this atmosphere of bringing the "small club" experience onto the stage of the theatre for the first time. The brick backdrop, along with the stage lighting created a very unique jazz club feel. The performance was loved by all who attended as well as the online audience who joined the concert via streaming. This was Michael's first concert that was broadcast live. (Check out photos of this event on the photos tab at michaelshirtz.com.)
A special thanks to the Sandusky State Theatre and the opening act 'The Jazz Pilots'
Pamela Shirtz will be playing the role of Mary Poppins in LMCT's production of MARY POPPINS THE MUSICAL, July 17-26, at the Stocker Arts Center. Produced by Lynn Maslinski & Marlene Karpinski, Director and Choreographed by Monica Olejko, MARY POPPINS THE MUSICAL is the perfect show for the entire family. Pam is honored to share the stage with such a talented cast and production team.
Known as one of the most popular Disney movies of all time, the stage version is as a practically perfect musical! Based on the books by P.L. Travers and the classic Walt Disney film, Disney & Cameron Mackintosh's MARY POPPINS THE MUSICAL received nominations for nine Olivier and seven TONY Awards, including Best Musical. The jack-of-all trades, Bert, introduces us to England in 1910 and the troubled Banks family. Young Jane and Michael have sent many a nanny packing before Mary Poppins arrives on their doorstep. Using a combination of magic and common sense, she must teach the family how to value each other again. Mary Poppins takes the children on many magical and memorable adventures, but Jane and Michael aren't the only ones she has a profound effect upon. Even grown-ups can learn a lesson or two from the nanny who advises that "Anything can happen if you let it."
Don't miss this opportunity to see this great production of MARY POPPINS THE MUSICAL. See below to order tickets:
Stocker Arts Center
Lorain County Community College
1005 Abbe Road North
Elyria, OH 44035
BOX OFFICE: (440) 366-4040
ONLINE TICKETS: www.stockerartscenter.com
Michael Shirtz is the music director/conductor for WEST SIDE STORY presented by the Summer Stock Theatre The Huron Playhouse, Inc. July 7-10. He is honored to join the artistic directing team of this production with long-time friend and colleague Lisa L. Wiley who is directing the show and wife Pamela Shirtz who is the choreographer. Wiley, Shirtz and Shirtz have collaborated as a directing team on previous musicals, including The Sound of Music, Grease, and Charlie Brown Christmas.
Based on a conception of Jerome Robbins, Book by Arthur Laurents, Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and the Music by Leonard Bernstein, this original production was inspired by the timeless story of Romeo and Juliet, WEST SIDE STORY takes Shakespeare’s star-crossed lovers and places them in the vibrant battleground of New York City’s West Side. In the midst of the deep-seated rivalry between the Jets and the Sharks, Tony and Maria attempt to discover a place where ancient grudges are no match for true love. One of the great collaborations in theatre history, West Side Story remains one of American musical theatre’s most revolutionary and most beloved treasures.
Lisa, Michael and Pamela have worked with the company to take the production beyond it’s story to highlight the lessons learned by this tale and how important this applies to our current times. Michael has always been a long time enthusiast of Leonard Bernstein’s music, producing and conducting several tribute shows to the man and his music.
To purchase tickets to WEST SIDE STORY call the Huron Playhouse at 419.433.4744 or go to www.huronplayhouse.org.
OCM Productions and Paper Moon Vineyard team up to produce "Jazz @ the Vineyard" with the Michael Shirtz Quartet featuring saxophonist Ernie Krivda. The evening will include a tribute to the music of the Greatest Generation as we celebrate the 70th anniversary to end of World War II and the upcoming July 4th weekend. From the swingin' sounds of the Big Bands to the rich romantic ballads that have become timeless, experience of the music of an era that changed the world. The evening will highlight the classic WWII hits along with music by Gershwin, Duke Ellington, and more.
Joining the Shirtz Quartet is world-renown tenor saxophonist, Ernie Krivda. Considered by critics as "one of the best jazz tenor men in the world," Krivda's career spans nearly 50 years in the industry with over 30 albums, numerous compositions, and still maintains an active schedule as both a performer and teacher. In 2009 Ernie received the Lifetime Achievement Award by Cleveland Arts and has recently received many accolades from jazz organizations and festivals for his work in the industry. Krivda leads the "The Big Fat Tuesday Jazz Band" and works with a "who's who" in the jazz world.
Joining Shirtz and Krivda is Doug Neel (bass/guitar) and Nelson Overton (drums). Audience packages for "Jazz @ the Vineyard" includes special reserved seating under the tent stage, glass of wine and appetizer plate, and dessert accompanied by a taste of ice wine. Audience may also have the option to order from the traditional dinner menu in addition to their package. The perfect way to relax and enjoy an evening of great music at one of Northern Ohio's most beautiful vineyards and winery.
Between Shirtz's great vocal stylings, Krivda's soulful sound, and some of the greatest tunes ever written, "Jazz @ the Vineyard" is sure to be an incredible night for all! Purchase your tickets today!
Thursday, July 2, 8:00pm
JAZZ @ The Vineyard
"Songs of the Greatest Generation"
Michael Shirtz Quartet with Ernie Krivda
Paper Moon Vineyard
2008 State Road (OH 60), Vermilion, Ohio 44089
Tickets $40 - Reservations Required
Call 419-961-7189 or go online for more information today!
Last Friday, Michael Shirtz released the first public performance of his new show "An American Songbook Story" at Lakeside Chautauqua's Hoover Auditorium. The high-energy, emotional, and diverse two-hour show was praised by Shirtz music fans! The audience had many positive comments as well as critics remarks, "A show above the bar!", "Sparking memories of other times and places!", and "Truly a phenomenon!" Others referred to it as some of Shirtz's best work yet!
Known for his tribute shows and honoring the work of legendary performers, Shirtz's "An American Songbook Story" has captured the spirit of the great artistry and music of the 20th Century's entertainment industry. The music, the musicians, Mike's conversations with the audience, the videos, and overall storyline - all made for an incredible experience! The show continues production development through the summer and fall with several performances planned before going on the road in 2016 & 2017. Stay tuned for upcoming shows or visit michaelshirtz.com for more information.
OCM Update: Shirtz music fans in attendance at Friday's concert were shocked to learn over the weekend that Michael suffered a small stroke (TIA) last Thursday. "Only Michael would be discharged Friday at 5pm, be on stage for a sound check at 6:15pm, and deliver a two-hour premiere at 7:30pm," said Arica Pfrisch, Shirtz's manager and producer. Michael says it was 'adrenaline and prayer' that was with him during the show. Michael is resting and doing fine, working towards a full recovery. Michael will be playing with the Michael Shirtz Quartet at Lakeside again this Sunday morning as special guests at the Lakeside Community Service at 10:30am in Hoover Auditorium. We thank you for your support and many well wishes!
Michael Shirtz's "An American Songbook Story" premiers Friday, May 29, 7:30pm at Hoover Auditorium at Lakeside Chautauqua. This new show pays tribute to the composers and performers that helped defined the landscape of America's entertainment industry.
From the music of Gershwin, Duke Ellington and the Swing Era, up through the struggles of the Great Depression and World War II, Shirtz goes beyond the "jazz standard" of the 30's, 40's, and 50's, to present a stirring tribute to the Greatest Generation and the foundation they laid for generations to follow. Shirtz connects their influence on later artists that inspired the styles of Rock & Roll, Blues, Motown, and the Singer/Songwriters who captured the sounds of a country working through its own transitions in the second half of the 20th Century. Through new interpretations of some classics combined with Michael's conversational and story-telling approach, multimedia, and great accompanying musicians, concert-goers will experience a diverse and exciting show celebrating the music we love.
Michael Shirtz is a jazz singer (scat singer) and pianist whose vocal style captures the warmth and lyricism of a Mel Tormé on smooth ballads, and up tunes with energy, drive, and a hint of blues found in the sounds of Ella and Darin. As a pianist, Shirtz has remained deeply influenced by the innovation of Brubeck's keyboard styles, which are infused into Michael's shows. Among Shirtz's greatest attributes are his diverse, instrumental-like scat-singing and cool ease in talking with his audiences. The Michael Shirtz Quartet (aka Michael Shirtz with TRIO NOT) features Michael Shirtz (vocals/piano), Doug Neel (guitar/trombone/bass), Kyle Turner (organ/keyboard), and Nelson Overton (drums). Their unique instrumentation and arrangements allows them to perform traditional jazz styles and move effortlessly into playing Blues, Funk, Rock, Gospel and Singer/Songwriter material. Their versatility and variety give the Michael Shirtz Quartet a mass appeal with jazz and non-jazz audiences alike.
His performances are considered "educationally entertaining," as Michael is dedicated to promoting the work of great legends in the music industry and sharing stories about the music he performs. The audience always leaves feeling entertained, as well as knowing something more about the music they just heard. Though his focus is on jazz, Shirtz is equally as comfortable in performing folk, blues, rock and other contemporary styles, and uses them regularly in his productions.
Shirtz presents this show through his own experience of learning the 'American' sound. Grandson of a former writer and big band leader and having worked with great artists as a conductor, composer, and educator over the past decade, Michael comes to the stage with an eagerness to present this great music and share the artistry of America's voice. As Michael says, "I'm excited about performing this show as it brings people on a walk down memory lane, perhaps introduces a new song or two to younger generations, but more than anything, celebrates the music of a nation and its people. I can't think of a greater story to tell then the one that's in the American Songbook."
"I've always believed that arts stimulate the economy!"
Thursday evening was a touching night for Michael and his wife Pamela as Shirtz received the Distinguished Service Award from the Chamber of Commerce of Sandusky County, located in Northwest, Ohio. The award was presented to Shirtz for his efforts to increase the arts and arts education in Sandusky County and the region. Dr. Charles Hull, who presented the award, commented on the many programs, initiatives, and opportunities Shirtz has brought to Northwest, Ohio over the past decade. Credited for seeing the vision of Terra State's pro-training music degree programs, developing active community music and arts enrichment programs, initiating the Northcoast Arts Alliance, and establishing numerous collaborations in advancing the creative economy and exploration of arts and commerce opportunities, Michael's service to the community has made an everlasting change on "how" we think about the arts.
"I just believe in giving people opportunities and experiences, especially when they are told they can't, or don't feel the opportunities are possible."
Shirtz later shared with OCM staff, "This award means a lot to me because it was really an honor for all the work WE are doing in the arts community to make a difference in our schools, our towns, and for the economic impact and sustainability of quality living for the future! Whereever the arts are, people will always do well. I look forward to many more things to come in our journey of enhancing arts and culture! I am so grateful to everyone who really shares in this recognition with me."
For the past four years, audiences have enjoyed the Sandusky State Theatre's "Jazz @ Eight" Series. Often spearheaded by Michael Shirtz, this series has presented numerous tribute shows to jazz legends, featured various jazz artists, as well as highlighted student musicians. The State Theatre and Shirtz enter into a new partnership that enhances the programs and the audience experience in the new "Michael Shirtz Presents Jazz @ Eight!"
The new series will be organized with OCM Productions and will present more interaction between audience members and musicians, streaming and internet video opportunities, educational materials and information about the musical themes of the evening shows, and continued performance opportunities for student music groups and young starting artists to open for the main featured acts. In addition to jazz, audience goers will experience art displays by regional and student artists throughout the venue. Focused in a true club setting, this new series highlights the world of artisitic creativity.
The "Michael Shirtz Presents Jazz @ Eight" series begins February 20 with a show that highlights jazz from the 1950s up through the 70s entitled, "From Miles to Motown!" Check out the complete series by going to the Sandusky State Theatre. Audiences can also buy tickets or reserve a table by calling the Sandusky State Theatre Box Office at 419-626-1950.
Michael Shirtz joins nine other distinguished alumni as guest artists for the 2016 Jazz & World Music Festival, April 13-16 at Capital University in Columbus, Ohio. Other alumni guest artists includes Michael's classmate from '01 Matt Billingslea (drummer for Taylor Swift), guitarist Tom Wolfe '83, pianist Joey Skoch '14, guitarist William Flynn '10, trombonist Ryan Hamilton '03, trumpeter Wes Orr '65, saxophonist Monica Shriver '15, David Wolbert '14, and trumpeter Larry Spencer.
Shirtz will be presenting masterclasses in singing and music business, as well performances throughout the week with the alumni guest artists and the Capital University Big Band. For a full week schedule go to Jazz & World Music Festival.