Weymouth Center: “COME SUNDAY” Jazz Brunch- The Murphy Family
September 25 @ 11:30 am - 2:00 pm
$25 – $35
Join outdoors on the Weymouth Center’s beautiful grounds for live jazz, the last Sunday of the month. Bring your own blanket, chairs, and a picnic, cash bar with mimosas, beer, wine, and non-alcoholic beverages available. Coined for Duke Ellington’s classic “Come Sunday,” each event features internationally renowned jazz artists who perform their own rendition of Ellington’s masterpiece made famous by Mahalia Jackson, and a 2.5 hour concert in two sets. The Murphy Family will be performing on September 25.
Originally from Southern Pines, NC, the Murphy Family is a local jazz legend. The Murphy Familyweaves a tapestry of style that ranges from the roots of jazz in African American spirituals, to bossa nova, jazz standards and singer-songwriter. From Cole Porter and Ellington to Sade, the Murphy Family’s music will move you. Paul Murphy will perform on piano and three of the Murphy children — Kent, Greene, Anna — and family friend Larry Arnold on bass— join in for this special performance. Kent Murphy produced a Grammy-nominated album, Pierce Freelon’s “Black to the Future.” Anna Elizabeth Murphy is a jazz musician and actress, appearing in numerous independent films. Composer Greene Murphy’s musical montage was featured on “America’s Funniest Home Videos.”
VIP tables for up to six people include the best seats in the house, situated in the shade and near the stage for the perfect view. Includes your tickets for music, light hors d’oeuvres and an adult beverage of your choice.
Members/Non-Members Lawn Tickets: $25/$35 – Kids 12 and under are free