Between Beats is thrilled to welcome back to Dixon, Grammy-nominated jazz pianist, vocalist, radio host, and all-around fun gal, Judy Carmichael!
On February 12, Judy Carmichael’s Jazz Inspired Onstage will be at Dixon’s The Next Picture Show. Judy will interview and perform with blues singer/guitarist Duke Robillard; you can be part of the experience! Join us and see how a radio show/podcast is created. The show will be recorded for later broadcast on NPR stations and podcast platforms and you’ll be part of it all!
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Mark your calendar and check back for updates on Judy's multiple appearances while she's in town.
Judy Carmichael is considered one of the leading interpreters of stride and swing piano. She has
performed throughout the world from Carnegie Hall to the Peggy Guggenheim Museum in
Venice to shows with Michael Feinstein and The Smothers Brothers. In addition, she has done
comic skits and performed her music on radio and TV, and performed private recitals for Robert
Redford, Rod Steward, Bill Clinton, and theater producer Cameron Macintosh, among others. In
1992 Ms. Carmichael was the first jazz musician sponsored by the United States Government to
Judy appeared frequently on A Prairie Home Companion and has been featured on Entertainment
Tonight, NPR’s Morning Edition, CBS Sunday Morning, and done film and TV in Brazil and for
the BBC and the Australian Broadcast Corporation. She has written two books on stride piano
and numerous articles about jazz. Her memoir, Swinger! A Jazz Girl’s Adventures from
Hollywood to Harlem was published in 2018.
Judy is included in The Encyclopedia of Jazz, Madame Jazz: Contemporary Women
Instrumentalists, Who's Who in the East, Who's Who in Finance and Industry in America,
Who in American Woman, American Women in Jazz, Who's Who in the World, as well as the
Encyclopedia of Jazz is one of the few jazz pianists honored as a Steinway Artist.