Cabaret Tremé: An evening with LEAH CHASE

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Notes: The concert consists of one set starting at 9:30 p.m. Doors open at 9 p.m.
Admission: Free
Location: The Jazz & Heritage Center
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1225 N. Rampart Street
New Orleans, Louisiana 70116
Phone: (504) 558-6100
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SATURDAY, APRIL 27
CABARET TREMÉ featuring LEAH CHASE
9:30 p.m.
The Jazz & Heritage Center (1225 N. Rampart St.)
Free Admission

The beloved New Orleans jazz singer Leah Chase will perform in a special event titled “Cabaret Tremé” at the Jazz & Heritage Center, Saturday, April 27, starting at 9:30 p.m. Admission is free.

World-renowned as a gifted interpreter of songs – and known to her fans as a hilarious storyteller – Chase will perform tunes that reflect many highlights from her eventful life.

Growing up in the Tremé neighborhood with famous parents – her late father, Edgar Lawrence “Dooky” Chase, Jr., was a well-known restaurateur, bandleader and civil rights activist; her mother, Leah Chase, is a celebrity chef an winner of many awards, including one from the James Beard Foundation – Leah attended Xavier Prep and Loyola University, earning a degree in vocal performance. She went on to study at the Julliard School in New York, but returned to New Orleans after a year. Following a stint of cabaret singing at the Chateau Sonesta, she moved to the West Coast and stayed for 12 years. Marriage, childbirth, divorce, the death of a sister in the 1990s and her return to New Orleans to help her mother run the restaurant, living in a FEMA trailer after Hurricane Katrina – all of these will be remembered through song.

In addition to her performing career, Leah maintains a busy schedule as an educator – currently teaching at Loyola University, Tulane University, the University of New Orleans, the Ellis Marsalis Center for Music and the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation’s Heritage School of Music.

One set only. Doors open at 9 p.m. No tickets or reservations required.

The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and Foundation, Inc.