Chesapeake Music to Bring Jazz to its New Home this Summer

Chesapeake Music is excited to announce its Summer Jazz Concert with vocalist and pianist Alison Crockett on August 7, 2021, in its new home and recently renovated Ebenezer Theatre at 17 South Washington Street in Easton, Maryland. The concert begins at 8pm. Tickets are available at
Crockett will be performing her “Echoes of an Era” show highlighting music from Chaka Khan, Chick Corea and the “American Songbook.”
“As part of our commitment to giving our patrons the best possible experience,” says Don Buxton, Executive Director of Chesapeake Music, “we recently renovated the Ebenezer Theatre with state of the art audio equipment. I have no doubt that our 180-seat concert venue will provide a true intimacy between Ms Crockett and her audience.”
A multi-talented singer, songwriter and pianist, Crockett developed her formidable jazz chops from Temple University in Philadelphia while gigging with stalwarts Orrin Evans, Matt Parish and Mike Boone. Later, after moving to New York City to pursue her master’s at the prestigious Manhattan School of Music, she was introduced to the vibrant music scene by fronting hip-hop jazz pioneer Greg Osby’s band.
“I consider myself a musician who comes out of the jazz tradition, the black music tradition where jazz people take established forms and reimagine them in new and different ways,” she says, eschewing strict genre categorizations for herself and her responsive, ever-evolving artistry. To learn more about Crockett, read her complete bio at
About Chesapeake Music
Based in Easton, Maryland, Chesapeake Music is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to bring renowned jazz and classical musicians to delight, engage and surprise today’s audiences, and educate, inspire and develop tomorrow’s. They’ve been doing it for 35 years! To learn more about Chesapeake Music, visit their website at