THANA ALEXA Canceled At The Hammer Theater

The Hammer Theater Center has announced the cancellation of Thana Alexa, originally scheduled for January 30, to kick off this spring’s Black Cab Jazz series.

A collaboration between San Jose Jazz, San Jose State University, and the Hammer Theater, the Black Cab Jazz Series offers audiences an intimate experience in the theater’s Hammer4 black box space with cabaret table seating, for approach some of the best names in modern art. Jazz. Due to high caution during the current ramp-up of Omicron, the Center has decided to postpone this event – a future date will be announced in the coming weeks.

Thana Alexa is one of jazz’s most powerful singers and one of the leaders of the Found Mothers of Jazz project. Her latest album, ONA, garnered two Grammy nominations for Best Jazz Vocal Album and Best Jazz Instrumental Solo for Regina Carter’s performance. ONA, which translates to “she” in Alexa’s native Croatian family, was inspired by the cross-generational and cross-cultural stories of the immigrant women in her family and evolved into an exploration of the experiences of contemporary women around the world.

Remarks Chris Burrill, Executive Director of the Hammer Theater Center, “We are sorry to have to postpone this exciting performance. We know our audience will be happy to see Ms. Alexa in the intimate setting of our black box space, and we look forward to rescheduling this show. appearance in the future.”

For more information, the public can visit hammertheatre.com or call (408) 924 8501.

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