Jazz at the Stifel presents Jenny Wilson Trio November 16
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1330 National Rd., Wheeling, WV

november, 2019

sat16nov8:00 pmJazz at the Stifel presents The Jenny Wilson Trio8:00 pm Stifel Fine Arts Center & School of Dance, 1330 National Road, Wheeling, WV 26003

Event Details

Jazz at the Stifel presents The Jenny Wilson Trio (Jazz Among the Trees)

8 p.m. Saturday, November 16, 2019

All tickets are $22.50. Purchase online or call 304-242-7700.

The show takes place during Oglebay Institute’s Festival of Trees and Holiday Art Show and Sale. Doors open at 6:30pm and remain open until 11pm. Come early and stay late to browse and shop before and after the concert.

The Jenny Wilson Trio jazz ensemble focuses on original music as well as choice classic and contemporary standards.

Jenny Wilson is a composer, pianist, flutist and vocalist. Originally from Queens, New York, she is a graduate of West Virginia University’s master of music jazz pedagogy program and has toured in Switzerland, Austria and Germany. Her composing, warm vocal style and articulate piano playing have earned her a fulltime career in music performance. This will be the second performance by the trio at Stifel Fine Arts Center.

Bassist Nathan Wilson is Jenny’s husband and also performs with the Squonk Opera from Pittsburgh, PA. He is especially attuned to the melodic style of playing that is a key element to the group sound.

Drummer David Glover is the director of the music program at Slippery Rock University. He is a member of the Balcony Big Band and plays regularly with the Jenny Wilson Trio.

2019-20 Jazz at the Stifel Season Schedule

September 14: Roger Hoard Quartet
October 12: Lisa Yvonne Ferraro
November 16: Jenny Wilson Trio (Jazz Among the Trees)
February 8: Curtis Johnson Quintet featuring Yana Tyulkova
March 14: Bob Thompson Trio
April 4: Peck Family Jazz Band

Experience big city jazz shows in Wheeling.

Some of the region’s top jazz artists perform at the Stifel Fine Arts Center on select Saturdays throughout the year. Crowd-pleasing performers, expert showman and award-winning song stylists entertain crowds in the elegant, yet intimate, splendor of one of Wheeling’s grand properties.

The 100-year-old Edemar Mansion (now known as the Stifel Fine Arts Center) is the former home of one of Wheeling’s most prominent families and is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

While enjoying a selection of desserts and wines that are available for purchase at all shows, marvel at the stained glass windows, grand central staircase, marble floors and the majestic fireplace in the formal living room. During warm weather, stroll through the gardens. You can also view the art on display in the gallery.


(Saturday) 8:00 pm


Stifel Fine Arts Center & School of Dance

1330 National Road, Wheeling, WV 26003


Oglebay Institute304-242-7700