Legendary Singer/Songwriter

An American singer of jazz music. Well known in the Los Angeles area for her duo and trio dates, Ms. Morrison also tours extensively across the Continental United States, Western Europe the Far East and "Down Under", along with her band.

Where in the World is Barbara?

april, 2019

04apr2:15 am11:50 pmMen's Athletic ClubWelcomes Barbara Morrison

08apr7:00 pm11:50 pmThe Stories of Dinah WashingtonBroadway In Leimert Park Series

11apr2:15 am11:50 pmMen's Athletic Club IIWelcomes Barbara Morrison

13apr10:00 am4:00 pmFolkWorks presents Folk Roots FestivalBarbara Morrison & Bernie Pearl + numerous performers and workshops

15apr7:00 pm11:50 pmThe Stories of Dinah Washington IIBroadway In Leimert Park Series

19apr(apr 19)12:00 am22may(may 22)11:59 pmZurich, Switzerland

22apr7:00 pm11:50 pmThe Stories of Dinah Washington IIIBroadway In Leimert Park Series

23apr12:00 am11:59 pmUCLA: The Blues Lecture with Pat Collins

29apr7:00 pm11:50 pmThe Stories of Dinah Washington IIIIBroadway In Leimert Park Series

The Barbara Morrison Performing Arts Center

An intimate & unpretentious venue hosting Jazz & Blues Concerts, as well as vocal workshops & dance events.

The California Jazz & Blues Museum

The Museum highlights great performers and important historical information about California's influence on Jazz.

Her melodic voice,

with its three-and-a-half-octave range, is known worldwide, as are her rich, unique, soulful and highly spirited interpretations of both, familiar Jazz and Blues classics and original contemporary tunes.

Born and raised near Detroit, Michigan, Barbara launched her professional career at age 10 with her first recording for a Detroit radio station. She moved to Los Angeles in 1973 and began to blaze a trail around the globe, delivering performances that keep audiences asking for more.

In 2008 she opened the Barbara Morrison Performing Arts Center (BMPAC). The 99-seat theatre and adaptable performance space is located in the historic Leimert Park District, the center of the African American arts scene in Los Angeles.

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