Noble Neighborhood Library jazz series hits a high note
Area residents no longer have to choose between good live music and a good book—they can now find both at Heights Libraries. Continuing to diversify its program offerings, the Noble Neighborhood Library is now hosting a Tuesday Evening Jazz program that has already gotten the community’s attention. “As soon as we advertised it, attendance filled up in the first week,” said Constance Dickerson, Noble branch manager. “The waiting list filled up shortly after.”
The idea for the series was brought to the library by its first performer, Shari Hunter. “Hunter’s manager approached me to do this project. I was really happy to give them the opportunity. I was impressed with her CD,” explained Dickerson.
After the positive response following Hunter’s performance, the library hopes to continue the series. “People loved the first one," said Dickerson. "We’d love to do it quarterly.”
The next installment of Tuesday Evening Jazz is on March 27 at 7 p.m. The performance will feature the Art of Jazz band with singer Debaneise. A Royce Records artist, Debaneise produced the hit single, "Eyes Don't Lie."
Registration is now open for this event. Visit www.heightslibrary.org or call 216-291-5665 to reserve space. Noble Neighborhood Library is located at 2800 Noble Road in Cleveland Heights.
Anna Register is a marketing assistant at the Cleveland Heights-University Heights Public Library.