Jazz: The Joy Reo trio at Westford Common – POSTPONED

Sun, Aug 1 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Due to inclement weather, this concert is postponed to Sunday, August 1. Advance ticket holders, please email the PCA if you are unable to attend and would like a refund.

The Joy Reo Trio will delight us with some fun, soulful, sassy Jazz tunes. The trio comprises Joy Reo on vocals, Diane Heffner on clarinet and saxophone, and Molly Flannery on piano

In 2014, Joy launched her career as a part-time professional jazz vocalist, performing with the Joy Reo Trio in Boston area venues such as Concord’s Colonial Inn, The Bull Run, and the Acton Jazz Cafe. The Joy Reo Trio is a cabaret jazz band in metro Boston that features soulful, sassy and classy songs that range from 1920s show tunes to 1940s jazz standards and 2010s pop hits. Vocalist Joy Reo is accompanied by the marvelous Molly Flannery on piano, and the divine Diane Heffner on clarinet and saxophone. Flannery has a distinctive fluidity on the piano, with her melodic improvisations, and an ability to groove in jazz, Latin, and Brazilian idioms


Admission and attendance

$40/Family, $15/person, $10/Seniors & child under 12

  • Bring your own chairs or blanket and stay at least six (6) feet away from the nearest neighbor
  • Non-vaccinated attendees must wear masks while entering and exiting the Common and during the event
  • Parking is available at the former fire station parking lot, JV Fletcher library, and along Lincoln St.

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Parish Center for the ArtsAbout the PCA 

The PCA is a private, non-profit, volunteer-run arts center located in a historic building on the town common in Westford, Massachusetts. A fine art gallery, a concert hall, a dance hall, or a general purpose hall for your private recital or family event, the PCA offers many ways to celebrate the fine and performing arts in a convenient and family-friendly venue. Built in 1829, our historic space is charming, intimate and has a capacity for up to 125 people. There isn’t a bad seat in the house!

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