PLEASE NOTE: Due to predicted rains, this concert will be moved indoors and the audience size will be capped to avoid overcrowding. If you already have reservations, please check your email for details. If not, a few tickets remain and you may purchase them using the link below. We will, unfortunately, be unable to have food and drink trucks at the event, but will provide pre-packaged drinks and snacks for a donation of any size. We will provide chairs. We apologize for any inconvenience.

The Eric Byrd Trio – Ambassadors of Gospel, Blues and Jazz – will make their first appearance on the Music at the Mansion stage on Sunday, September 11 from 5 to 7 pm. 

For over 20 years, The Eric Byrd Trio – pianist/vocalist Eric Byrd, bassist Bhagwan Khalsa, and drummer Alphonso Young, Jr. – have traveled the world as enthusiastic ambassadors of jazz. Rooted in swing and be-bop, The Trio also embraces gospel and the blues as core elements of their expansive performance style. Their body of work spans seven unique studio and live recordings on which they shine as a Trio and as collaborators with an expanded 8-piece ensemble they call The Eric Byrd Trio: Brother Ray Band, in tribute to The Genius of Soul icon Ray Charles. On each recording, they take a rigorous, modern approach to standards as well as original compositions, playing with great acuity within the broad and rich jazz tradition.

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The concert will be held outdoors. Chairs are not provided, so bring a picnic blanket or lawn chairs. If you have limited mobility, please contact us to arrange for special seating.

Food and beverages will be available for purchase from a local food truck and Independent Brewing Company.

Grounds open at 4:00. Concert begins at 5 pm.

Tickets are $15 for adults. Kids 12 and under admitted free, but must be accompanied by an adult. 

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Music at the Mansion is made possible in part by a grant from Maryland State Arts Council through Harford County Cultural Arts Board, by a grant from Harford County, and by support from Music Land.