"A master class on space and dynamics... an adept lyrical interpreter... tremendous tonal command" -JazzTimes
"It’s not often you hear one so young interpret the sounds of a seasoned jazz performer and make everything she touches her own [...] that’s Veronica Swift!" -Theater Pizzazz
"In the family business [...] Swift's discipline and drive have served her well" -Hot House
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On the Air: A Glenn Miller Swing Celebration
The music of one of the most popular artists in American history—played by the band he created—in a free anniversary concert
2019 marks the 75th anniversary of the passing of Alton Glenn Miller, by some measures the most popular American recording artist of all time. With a band capable of playing both “sweet” and “hot,” he also revolutionized military music during World War II, creating the U.S. Army Air Forces Band. The USAF Airmen of Note carry on the tradition, playing his hits with stellar musicianship. Washington Performing Arts Artist In Residence (and host of WAMU’s The Big Broadcast) Murray Horwitz emcees the concert—staged as a radio broadcast—with guest soloists.
*Free, but tickets are required. Details TBA. This performance may not be applied toward a Custom Subscription Series.
Veronica Swift and the U.S. Air Force Band
At age 24, Veronica Swift is now being recognized around the country as one of the top young jazz singers on the scene.
This event is presented in conjunction with On the Air: A Glenn Miller Swing Celebration at Strathmore on Tuesday, April 2. Washington Performing Arts Artist-in-Residence Murray Horwitz, host of WAMU's The Big Broadcast, will emcee both events.
Free and open to the public. Live stream at Full Service Radio,