Ypsilanti Symphony Orchestra’s Feb. 13 Concert features Detroit jazz vocalist Paul King and the Paul Keller Jazz Trio

YPSILANTI — Well-known Detroit jazz vocalist Paul King and the Paul Keller Jazz Trio will join Maestro Adam Riccinto and the Ypsilanti Symphony Orchestra (YSO) for an exciting program for all ages, “A Tribute To Tony Bennett,” to take place at the Lincoln High School Performing Arts Center on Sunday, February 13 at 3:30 p.m. Paul King will put his own heartfelt and loving spin on a variety of familiar songs associated with Tony Bennett, one of America’s most beloved crooners of popular songs, including his biggest hit, “I Left My Heart in San Francisco.” Mr. King will be expertly accompanied by YSO’s friend and frequent collaborator, Paul Keller, and his jazz trio, including Paul Keller on string bass, Adam Mosley on piano, and David Alvarez on drums.

“Our Ypsilanti Symphony Orchestra is so excited to perform together with the exceptional jazz vocalist Paul King, as well as our friend and collaborator Paul Keller and his popular trio,” said Music Director Adam C. Riccinto. “We are really pleased to bring this terrific program of Tony Bennett favorites to our multi-generational audience, and know this will be a joyful musical experience for concert-goers, whether they are long-time fans or hearing these great standards for the first time.”

The YSO will perform with Paul King and the Paul Keller Jazz Trio on Sunday, February 13 at 3:30 p.m. at Lincoln High School’s Performing Arts Center, 7425 Willis Road, Ypsilanti, MI, 48197. The YSO adheres to all venue COVID safety protocols, and masks are required of attendees. Tickets are $12 for adults, $6 for students/seniors/children, and $30/ per family, and can be purchased at the door or online at A2Tix.com.

The Ypsilanti Symphony Orchestra (YSO) is proud of its unique and significant cultural contribution to the Ypsilanti area. The YSO’s mission is “to share our passion for music through innovative programming, creative collaboration, and arts advocacy,” and to “actively contribute to the music appreciation and education of our musicians, organizational members and audience.” Led by Founder and Music Director Adam C. Riccinto, the Symphony marks its 23rd anniversary with the 2021-22 season.

More information about the Ypsilanti Symphony Orchestra can be found at www.ypsilantisymphony.org and on Facebook.