Revel in the musical artistry of the prodigious cornetist Warren Vaché and his friends!
Warren first began playing piano in the third grade and then started trumpet in order to play in the fourth grade band in school. Moving ahead, he earned a degree in Musical Education from Montclair State, and it was there he began studying with famed swing era trumpeter Pee Wee Erwin. He had a long association with Concord Records, composed and played on the film soundtrack for The Luckiest Man in the World, and presently maintains a full schedule of recording, worldwide festival appearances, and performing in Broadway shows and clubs.
Thanks to the Friends of the Monmouth County Library for underwriting the maintenance of the Library’s Concert Grand Piano.
Entrance doors open at 12:30 pm. Seats are available on a first come, first-served basis. We request that participants do not hold or reserve seats for others. Library staff reserves a number of seats for a limited time for family/friends of performers.