Jennifer Bryce (vocals), Alki Steriopoulos (piano), Mike Houlis (bass) and Joe Whelan (bass) will perform a special Holiday Concert entitled "I'll be Home for Christmas" as part The Old Tavern Concert Series at Phelps Barn at The Old Tavern at Grafton at 92 Main Street in Grafton on Sunday, December 20 at 3 p.m.
The show, which is part of the Inn's Music Series, is entitled "I'll be Home for Christmas," to signify the return of Brattleboro native Bryce back to the region for this special show.
Working and living in San Francisco, Bryce started her singing career at the age of 7 after hearing a recording of Ella Fitzgerald. She grew up in southern Vermont and attended Amherst College.
Today a seasoned jazz vocalist, Bryce has played the Torch Singer in the West Coast touring production of "Torch Song Trilogy," and has also written and appeared in her own original theater work across the country.
The concert is $10 per person and proceeds go to the Grafton Fund, a giving program of the non-profit Windham Foundation. For those who have dinner at the Inn that evening, the concert is free.
Reservations for dinner can be made by calling 843-2231.