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Ren Geisick jazzy
February 25 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Tabard Theatre announces
Live Friday, Feb. 25 at 7pm
On Demand Feb 26 – Mar 11
San Jose, CA Feb 22, 2022— Tabard Theatre announces Ren Geisick live on Friday, Feb 25, 2022 at 7pm as part of their on-going “Winter Thaw” concert series. Single tickets for the concert are $10 for general admission, with front-row cabaret seating available for $20. Patrons can enjoy the show in-person at Tabard Theatre, or via the venue’s high-quality multi-camera livestream. Also available OnDemand Feb 26 – Mar 11, 2022. The Tabard Theatre is a fully-vaccinated venue. Proof of vaccination required for in-person patrons. The venue will be follow
Ren Geisick is a jazz singer turned singer/songwriter from Los Gatos, California. Her first album, “Ren, Love Song” produced by Jesse Harris, was released in 2017 and, in January 2022, Ren is releasing her complete “Ruby E.P.” inspired by the life, and catch phrases, of her Grandma Ruby from Oklahoma. Borrowing elements of jazz, blues, and country, Ren delivers heartfelt performances of original music and reimagined classics. Never one to remain confined by a single genre, Ren flows seamlessly from a carefree country shuffle to an introspective ballad. Join Ren and her pianist, Jon Dryden, for an intimate duo set.
Geisick has been described as “Classic and understated… with her heart on her sleeve.” by Atwood Magazine, and “An uncommonly incisive song stylist.” by the San Jose Mercury News
Tabard Theatre (formerly Theatre on San Pedro Square) — The Destination for Arts Discovery — is located in the heart of historic San Pedro Square in downtown San Jose amid a bustling restaurant district. This intimate and unique venue brings a touch of Manhattan to the South Bay with its rustic yet edgy feel. Old brick walls, plush leather seats, antique wood plank floors, sweeping red velvet drapes and a 35-foot mahogany bar create a casual cabaret atmosphere. The three-quarter round cabaret stage— described by artists as “a room that feels big and small at the same time” — is the perfect setting for live music and theatre.