679 Farmington Avenue
West Hartford, CT 06119
We have reached the seating capacity for this concert. Please join us via livestream, below.
Join us on Friday, May 14 at 7:30pm, in the marvelous acoustics of St. John’s Church, for an evening of incredible jazz with the inimitable Nat Reeves Quartet: Nat Reeves, bass; Rick Germanson, piano; Eric McPherson, drums; Tony Davis, guitar.
The concert is free admission, suggested donation $20. Checks payable to Music at the Red Door or click here to donate online.
No registration required to watch online – simply return to this page.
Click below to watch. Click here for the printed program.
For COVID-19 Safety, the following protocols are in place for those attending in person:
- Wear a mask over your mouth and nose at all times. Masks are required regardless of vaccine status. We have disposable masks should you need one.
- Practice social distancing at all times. Observe signs and the directions of ushers about where to sit. Greet one another from a distance, do not linger in the building after the ushers have dismissed you.
- If you might need to get up during the concert, please sit on the right side of the nave. The first-floor restrooms are available should you need them. Please refrain from going into other areas of the building.
- Children must stay with their accompanying adult(s).
- Entry is through the main red doors only, so park accordingly.
- Please do not leave your seat until directed by an usher; exiting will happen row-by-row starting from the rear of the hall.
- Exit is through the red doors or the side door into the cloister, as directed by an usher.
- There will not be a meet-the-artist reception. Any social time must happen outside.
- You may leave your donation in the basket in the center aisle. We can also receive donations through the mail or online. Thank you!
Music at the Red Door is supported in part by the Richard P. Garmany Fund of the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, the Edward C. & Ann T. Roberts Foundation, the George A. & Grace L. Long Foundation, the Ensworth Charitable Foundation, the William & Alice Mortensen Foundation, and the Marjorie Jolidon Fund of the Greater Hartford Chapter, American Guild of Organists.
During the past 30 years, Nat Reeves has been one of the top bassists in jazz. His supportive and stimulating playing has uplifted a countless number of sessions and recording dates (most notably with the great altoists Jackie McLean and Kenny Garrett). Both as a performer and an educator, he has made a strong impact on the jazz world.