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Theron Brown Quartet – Grand Piano Night!

May 12, 2018 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
1092 Bethel Road
Columbus, OH 43220
$100 plus tax & gratuity
(614) 451-9774

Dinner Music Series

featuring the

Theron Brown Quartet!

– Jazz / Grand Piano –

Saturday, May 12    6:00 pm

Enjoy a Special Four-Course Dinner with a Live Performance
$100  per guest (plus beverages, tax & gratuity)

Theron’s musical studies include the University of Akron, where he obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Jazz studies in 2014, and his Master’s Degree in classical piano performance.

As an artist, the musicians that Theron has performed with have been many and varied. Theron has played with musicians such as, The Cleveland Jazz Orchestra, The Glenn Miller Orchestra, The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, The Sam Blakeslee Large Ensemble, Dave Banks Big Band, The Huntertones (formerly DW6), Sean Jones, Joe Lovano, Javon Jackson, Donny McCasslin, Peter White, Walter Beasley, Christian McBride, Ken Peplowski, Gary Smulyan, Warren Wolf, Russ Nolan, Bobby Selvaggio, Dan Wilson, and more. Theron has played at venues and events such as: The Lincoln Theater (Columbus, Ohio), Small’s Jazz Club (New York, New York), The Montreal Jazz Festival (Montreal, Canada), The Tri-C Jazz Festival (Cleveland, Ohio), The Toronto Jazz Festival (Toronto, Canada), The Blue Plum Jazz Festival (Johnson City, Tennessee), Blu Jazz Club (Akron, Ohio), Salle Wilfrid Pelletier, Place des Arts (Montreal, Canada), Sapporo Concert Hall (Sapporo, Japan), Olympus Hall Hachiouji, Tokyo Kokusai Forum Hall C, (Tokyo, Japan), Sun Plaza Hall (Sendai, Japan), Ishikawa Kenritsu Ongakudo (Kanazawa, Japan), and Izumi No Mori Hall (Urayasu, Japan). Theron enjoyed traveling and learning the culture of so many different geographical areas.

Theron came across an amazing opportunity 2012, he auditioned for and was cast as young Herbie Hancock in the soon to be released film about Miles Davis, Miles Ahead, directed by and starring Don Cheadle.  The movie was released April 1, 2016.

Theron currently resides in Akron, Ohio, where he is a professor of Jazz Piano at Kent State University and Youngstown State University, and he is immensely involved in promoting jazz and classical music.  Theron is also the co-founder  and director of the Rubber City Jazz & Blues Festival which takes place annually in Akron, OH.  You can see him performing at many jazz clubs and theaters in northeast Ohio.

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 Columbus’ most intimate
Dinner Music Experience!

Hosted in our upstairs private room

Unlike other “background music” venues,
we present a private “concert” experience, front and center.
Therefore, for the consideration of other guests, we ask that you
please consider not conversing loudly during the performance.

You may arrive between 5:30 to 5:45.
The evening features a special four-course dinner served with the live performance.
The first two or three courses will be served between 6:00 and 7:00.
The concert performance begins at 7:00.
If you are unable to arrive at 6:00, please let us know
and we can make arrangements to accommodate you.



The Menu

Tuna Tartare
cucumber tian, microgreen, green peppercorn remoulade


Veal, Shiitake, Tomato Confit Marble
whole grain mustard, lemon thyme veal jus


Armagnac Brined Tenderloin of Prestige Pork
black truffle mushroom duxelle sauce


Grand Marnier Bavarian
guava coulis, pistachio tuile

 The menu changes for each Dinner Music Event.
This is a set menu served for the event, however we are able to make adjustments in advance.
We do not take dinner orders during the event.
So, when making reservations, please let us know of any dietary concerns.

Phone reservations required – No online reservations
Please call 614-451-9774

Special Four-Course Dinner with Live Performance 
100. per guest  (plus beverages, tax & gratuity)

*Seating is limited to the first 38 guests

We invite you to please support the Arts in Columbus!

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Jazz Arts Group Columbus


Greater Columbus Arts Council