Brunch with Bach Series
A surefire way to cure the winter blues
Norwich songbird Kim Tuttle -- After graduation, Kim will take five weeks to tour Europe before starting her professional career with John Morris Architects in Camden, Maine. She will continue to sing and perform.
Join NU Band Director Jim Bennett and the Norwich University Grenadiers Jazz Band for the "Brunch with Bach" concert series starting Sunday, January 22nd, at noon in Milano Ballroom! Tickets are $15 per person and include an all-you-can-eat from the hot and cold buffet.
The jazz troupe will perform a lively variety of tunes, from swing to contemporary. Vocal soloist and jazz singer Kim Tuttle will perform Big Band favorites like Misty, Stormy Weather and Blue Skies. Kim is a 5th year architecture student in her last semester at Norwich.
Reserve your spot by calling 802.485.2446 and leaving a message. Come find out just how jazzy Bach can be!
Stay tuned for more great music from Norwich. The next "Brunch with Bach" dates are February 19 (Lydia Blaise, horn) and April 24 (Mich Kabay, voice).
An Interview with Kim Tuttle
Do any singers inspire you?
"Billie Holiday and Frank Sinatra."
Why did you choose Norwich?
"I came to Norwich because it was the only school in New England (at the time) that offered a Master's Degree in Architecture in five years. I'm an art minor, but I would have preferred a music minor if Norwich offered it, but the program only offers two courses -- a piano course and music appreciation."
Your sister is also a student here?
"Yes. Sarah is a sophomore nursing student."
Where did you get your musical talent?
"From my mom, Sue Tuttle. She's a singer, too, and musically active in her community."
Do you play any instruments?
"Yes. The flute, saxophone and French horn, which I love ... it sounds magnificent and royal. I think horns rise above all others; it's the one instrument that gives me chills when I hear it."
What is your motto?
"Life would be boring without music."
Why do you want to be an architect?
"I love design. It's a great feeling to see something on paper actually get realized in construction. One of the projects I worked on this summer is under construction right now in Bangor. It's an old Burger King that's being converted to a Chinese restaurant."