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Monika Herzig’s Sheroes Spring Tour, April 2019.

Tuesday, March 12, 2019


Sheroes flautist Jamie Baum writes;


Psyched to hit the road again with Monika Herzig’s band featuring Leni Stern, Reut Regev, Jennifer Vincent and Rosa Avila. I love hanging and playing with these ladies and we always have a blast together. The only NYC date we have is on April 8th at the New School and then are off to Egypt, a first for me! Germany will come after that and I’m so looking forward to playing at my favorite venue there, Unterfahrt, checking out some new ones and seeing many friends at JazzAhead in Bremen. It will be an awesome tour.


Monika Herzig’s Sheroes Spring Tour;

Monday April 8 – New School: concert and documentary film screening “In Her Hands”
Tuesday, April 9 – house concert, Philly
Wednesday, April 10 – leave for Egypt
April 11–13 -  workshops and concerts in Alexandria/ Cairo
April 14 – travel to Frankfurt
April 15 – Jazz Girls Day Frankfurt - concert
April 17 – Munich, Unterfahrt
April 18 – Dresden, Tonne
April 20 – Stuttgart, Theaterhaus Jazztage
April 22 – Karlsruhe, Sandkorntheater
April 23 – Vienna, Porgy and Bess
April 24 – noon, workshop, Jam Lab Vienna
April 25-27 – JazzAhead, Bremen, Showcase at Bremenhalle
April 28 – Women in Jazz Festival Halle

http://music.monikaherzig.com/


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