Skip the line over the holidays by reserving your entry ticket today!
Tickets will go on sale to members who give $250+ annually on Tuesday, November 30 at noon.
Tickets will go on sale to the public on Thursday, December 2 at 10:00 a.m.
Members who give $500+ annually receive 10% off concert tickets.
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Please note, we require that audience members either be vaccinated or have a negative COVID test within 72 hours prior to the performance. We also strongly encourage guests to wear masks.
Proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test result will be required for entry and may include the following options: a vaccination card (or photo), a digital record within an app, an official immunization record, or documentation of a negative test result. All MIM Music Theater team members are vaccinated and will wear masks.
To say that Stanley Jordan turned jazz guitar upside down when he came to prominence in the mid-1980s is almost a literal truth.
To see and hear Stanley Jordan play guitar is to witness higher-level instrumental performance.
During his four-decade career, guitar virtuoso Stanley Jordan has consistently displayed a musical persona of openness, imagination, versatility, and maverick daring. Whether he is boldly reinventing classic masterpieces, playing soulful interpretations of pop-rock hits, or blazing through straight-ahead jazz forays and ultramodern improvisations, Jordan takes listeners into unexpected musical territory.
Jordan made a splash in jazz circles in the mid-1980s, thanks to his impressive tapping technique: he strikes the fretboard of his guitar with both hands, giving him access to expanded melodic possibilities. He occasionally plays two guitars at once, and sometimes a guitar and piano at the same time. Jordan’s fluid, multilayered textures and virtuosity have raised the bar for excellence, and his music is imbued with great warmth and sensitivity.
Producer’s Circle member Tom G.