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Art of Sound slates autumn Unplugged concerts


The Art of Sound’s autumn Unplugged entertainment offerings begin at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24, when Philadelphia’s award-winning jazz vocalist Ella Gahnt joins for one night only the Eric Mintel Quartet.

Next up is the unique and cultural pairing of the Alex Hiele Paris Jazz Combo with featured female vocalist Jackie Jones at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 21. Jones will perform jazz-styled favorites from prolific writers and composers, such as Gershwin, Johnny Mercer, Rodgers and Hart and Cole Porter, along with a specially-curated list of contemporary songs.

Tickets for both autumn Unplugged events can be purchased at and range in price from $35 to $50 each.

Gaining traction as one of Lambertville, N.J.’s, leading, underground cultural supporters, The Art of Sound is receiving on-going, community enthusiasm of its live-music offering, “The Art of Sound Unplugged,” a performing artist and patron celebration series now in its fourth season.

The series has been specifically designed to honor the live-entertainment experience in Art of Sound’s 4,000-square foot, state-of-the-art, hi-fi music studio.

Most performances since conception by producers Patricia Giro and Mandee K. Hammerstein, start at 7 p.m. on select Thursdays and include a complimentary mix of refreshments and light fare during a pre-show reception with the featured performers.

By design, the pre-show offering provides patrons a uniquely, intimate exchange with the artists where they can learn of the artist’s journey and latest work.

A limited number of seats are exclusively saved for The Art of Sound’s clientele, then approximately 25 seats are released to the general-public one-month prior to each performance, ensuring an intimate experience for both artist and patron. Reservations can be made by visiting The Art of Sound is located at 201 S. Main St., Lambertville. To find out more, visit

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