Jazz at the Magnolia (Allied Arts and Georgia College Department of Music)

Jazz at the Magnolia (Allied Arts and Georgia College Department of Music)

TICKETS NOW ON SALE FOR JAZZ AT THE MAGNOLIA.
MILLEDGEVILLE- Saturday, September 18, 7:30 pm Allied Arts and the Georgia College Music Department have
teamed up to bring the community Jazz at the Magnolia, as an In Person and also as a Live-Streamed Community
Fundraiser Event, featuring pianist Louis Heriveaux, as well as the Georgia College Faculty Jazz Quartet. The
concert will take place on September 18st at 7:30 p.m. at the Magnolia Ballroom in downtown Milledgeville on
the Georgia College Campus. A $20 Ticket for the In-Person concert includes refreshments. Or a $15 donation
will get you on the list for a link to watch the performance virtually. For an additional donation of $10, you will
receive access to the May 1 Jazz at the Magnolia performance and corresponding Zoom Chat, which you can
view at your convenience. All of these options can be purchased by visiting Allied Arts at
milledgevillealliedarts.com or by calling 478-452-3950. The proceeds will be used to support Allied Arts and the
GC Music Department through the GCSU Foundation, Inc.
The Georgia College Faculty Jazz Quartet was formed in fall 2019. It has performed as part of the concert
series and hosted Amici Jazz Jams, as well as other community events. Performers include Don Parker,
vibes/drums; Chris Enghauser, bass; Andrew Allen, saxophone, and Mia Eaton, drums.
Pianist Louis Heriveaux, a 2013 graduate of Georgia State University with a Bachelor of Music, Concentration
in Jazz Studies, has over 25 years of experience as a jazz musician. He also has worked as a producer and studio
engineer in a variety of genres, such as jazz, Pop Hip-hop and R & B. After graduating, Heriveaux taught jazz
combos at GSU and taught in the middle school jazz program called Rialto Youth Jazz for Kids.
Heriveaux spent two years touring with Columbia Recording Artist jazz guitarist Russell Malone, with
performances all over the United States (Carnegie Hall), France, Amsterdam, Spain, and Turkey. Louis also went
on a US based tour with vibraphonist Jason Marsalis, the youngest Marsalis musician, a family member of “jazz
royalty” including Dizzy’s in New York and SFJAZZ collective in San Francisco jazz. Most recently he has spent
time recording and touring with bassist Rodney Jordan.
Currently, Heriveaux has been playing mostly in the southeast region of the United States in clubs, restaurants,
festivals and concerts with Atlanta-based artists, as well as traveling artists passing through, such as Mace
Hibbard, Melvin Jones, Russell Gunn, Rodney Jordan, Bob Reynolds, Jimmy Heath, Eric Vaughn, Bobby Broom,
Jeannie Bryson, Curtis Lundy, Bobby Watson and many more. Pre-pandemic, Louis performed regularly at
Houston’s, an upscale restaurant in Atlanta.
In Fall 2021, Heriveaux plans to pursue a Master of Music with a concentration in Jazz Studies at Georgia State
University. He hopes to share his academic experiences and his musical experiences including his unique
perspective with college students in the future.
About Allied Arts: Allied Arts is a 501(c) 3 organization whose goal is to make quality arts opportunities available
and accessible to those we serve in the Milledgeville and Baldwin County area through a wide array of art
experiences. You can contact them at 478-452-3950 or by visiting the Marlor House at 201 N Wayne. St,
Milledgeville, GA.
The Georgia College Department of Music provides a liberal arts-oriented education in music that prepares
students to embark on rewarding career paths within the field of music and beyond while emphasizing the
cultivation of critical thinking skills and global perspectives. For more information about our program and
performances, please email music@gcsu.edu or call 478-445-8289 or visit our website: music.gcsu.edu

Updated: 2021-08-30
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Kate Phillips
kate.phillips@gcsu.edu
(478)-445-8289
Music, Department of
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