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The Art of Jazz: Robbie Madison

Robbie Madison, courtesy robbiemadison.com

Robbie Madison, courtesy robbiemadison.com

The Gibbes Museum and Charleston Jazz are teaming up for the fourth summer in a row to bring you original compositions inspired by works on view. Enjoy a beverage while listening to world-premiere performances by some of Charleston's most talented musicians.

This event is CANCELED until further notice in accordance with current public health precautions.

About Robbie Madison

Born and raised in Charleston, South Carolina, Robbie Madison was surrounded by music from an early age. Traveling all over the world, Madison has had the opportunity to perform with a diverse range of musicians performing American Jazz, pop music, and Christian worship. In addition to being an accomplished vocalist, he is a talented trumpeter, guitarist, and pianist.





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