The frost might be on the pumpkin. But things will heat right up when two of B.C.’s finest musicians —pianist/vocalist Jennifer Scott and bassist Rene Worst—bring their spicy jazz stylings to Duvall House Concerts in October.
Jennifer Scott is one of those rare singers who can take you to a gorgeous place and keep you amazed and happy from the first song to the last. And she’s racked up a host of rave reviews to show for it. Seattle Times wrote “With her warm, flexible contralto, Scott brings a striking emotional intelligence to everything she sings.” CBC Jazzbeat describes her voice as “very pure… very flexible… made to sing jazz.” And the Vancouver Province has praised her “gorgeous tone and absolutely killer technique.” We couldn’t agree more!
Rene Worst—Jennifer’s partner in music and in life—is a virtuoso on both acoustic and electric bass. Review Vancouver called him an “amazing talent” and a “Canadian legend in the field of jazz.” The range and number of musicians he’s played with speak to the skill, versatility, and sensitivity Rene brings to his music. They include such greats as Freddie Hubbard, Joe Pass, Ernestine Andersen, Phoebe Snow, Herb Ellis, Sheena Easton, Larry Coryell and Paul Horn—to name but a few! His bass is the perfect complement to Jennifer’s piano and voice.
Reservations are required. Our concerts fill quickly—we suggest you reserve your seats as soon as possible.
About Duvall House Concerts
We call it “kick-ass music in a laid-back setting,” and that pretty much says it all. We want you to have the rare and wonderful experience of hearing great music in a relaxed home environment. Come visit us in the charming town of Duvall—just 40 minutes from Seattle— and enjoy the performance in the company of friendly people who appreciate fabulous music!
We provide light refreshments (you’re welcome to bring food and beverage to share). There’s a requested donation of $20, which goes directly to the musicians (occasionally we request more for larger groups or long travel distances). Please bring children only if they can sit quietly during the performance—we love them, but we don’t have a space where kids can be kids.
Why Are Reservations Required?
Our venue is small (30 seats), so reservations are required. We encourage you to Reserve Seats ASAP! We’ll get right back to you with an email confirmation, including our address, directions, and additional details. You pay when you arrive. All we ask is that you let us know if you need to cancel.