Tea at Two: Jazz Age in Detroit at Troy Historic Village Jan. 25

Tea at Two: Jazz Age in Detroit at Troy Historic Village Jan. 25

Troy, MI – Sip a cup of tea while enjoying a slice of history. Featuring a different speaker and history topic each month, this popular lecture series takes place inside Old Troy Church at the Troy Historic Village. Tea and cookies are provided; bring your own teacup and saucer, if you wish, or use our disposable products. Programs start promptly at 2:00 pm and last about one hour. We recommend you arrive at the Village for Thursday Teas no later than 1:45 pm. See below for this season’s program offerings and ticket pricing, as well as answers to some frequently asked questions. If you would like to see videos of past Teas, please visit our Resource Tab/Videos.

January 25: Jazz Age in Detroit

From the syncopated beat of ragtime to the rhythmic urgency of improvised jazz, Detroit has long been a fruitful environment for the creation of many distinctly American sounds. Author and musician Jon Milan will share the diverse people and places that have made Detroit such a key contributor to the American music landscape. Milan will perform several jazz piano songs and sign and sell copies of his book.

More info: http://troyhistoricvillage.org/events/teas-at-two-tea-jazz-age-in-detroit/1516888800/1516892400/

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