New Jersey Jazz Society

Jazz at 1867 Sanctuary at Ewing
101 Scotch Road, Ewing, NJ

The New Jersey Jazz Society is a proud co-sponsor of Jazz at 1867 Sanctuary at Ewing.

About Jazz at 1867 Sanctuary at Ewing: the beautiful 200-seat Romanesque Revival church hall in the heart of Ewing township has padded seating, and is fully wheelchair-accessible. There is substantial free parking across the street. Concerts are held frequently as noted on the schedule, with varied start times - depending on the act, concerts are either one long 90-minute act, or two acts with an intermission. Light refreshments (including cookies!) are served.

Tickets: Unless noted otherwise, $15 for NJJS members, $20 for general admission, $15 for Friends of the Sanctuary, and $5 for students with school/college ID. Group tickets (10 or more purchased together in advance) are $15 each. Tickets are available online, or by calling the box office at 609-392-6409 or by emailing 1867sanctuary@preservationnj.org.

Directions: 1867 Sanctuary Ewing is located on Scotch Road (Route 611) near The College of New Jersey and Trenton-Mercer Airport in Ewing Township, 20 minutes south-west of Princeton.

Saturday — May 6, 2017 — 8:00PM

Jazz at 1867 Sanctuary: Michelle Wiley & Friends

Whether you prefer a pop or jazz sound, the upbeat sophistication of Cole Porter, the Great American Songbook or R&B songs of Aretha Franklin and Motown, you’re sure to enjoy the piano and vocal styling of Michelle Wiley. She handles them all with her own special flavor. Michelle has performed throughout Europe and her unique voice, combined with a repertoire of hundreds of songs in English and French, make her a broadly appealing artist. Michelle has toured with Grammy winners Steely Dan, is one of New York’s finest jingle singers, and also wrote the title theme to the Academy Award winning movie “An Unmarried Woman” with Bill Conti.

Tickets are available online, or call the box office: (609) 392-6409. Discount for members and groups.
The New Jersey Jazz Society is a proud co-sponsor of Jazz at the 1867 Sanctuary at Ewing.