Bria Skonberg

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Bria Skonberg

  • Ages 12+

Bria Skonberg appearing at The Tin Pan in Richmond, VA

By The Tin Pan

When and where

Date and time

Starts on Thursday, June 8 · 8pm EDT.


The Tin Pan 8982 Quioccasin Road Richmond, VA 23229



  • Bria Skonberg

Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

Seating: We assign seats in order of when you purchase your tickets. All reservations are subject to a food and drink minimum of $15 per guest. Gratuity of 20% is automatically added to all food and beverage purchases.

Box Office: The Tin Pan charges lower fees for box office versus online sales. Our box office is open Tue-Sat 12PM-5PM. Please visit us during those hours or call 804-447-8189.

Artist Info

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New York based trumpeter/vocalist Bria Skonberg has been described as one of the “most versatile and imposing musicians of her generation” (Wall Street Journal). She links the present with the past by playing inventive arrangements of traditional jazz repertoire, clever reinterpretations of contemporary classics and original compositions with genuine heart and dynamic flair. Ms. Skonberg's forthcoming album solidifies her as a truly unique voice in the jazz-blues-crossover realm.

In the last year she has sang the music of Aretha Franklin alongside Michelle Williams (Destiny’s Child), played with U2 at the Apollo, sat in with the Dave Matthews Band, was a featured guest with Jon Batiste and sang the Star-Spangled Banner at Madison Square Garden for a NY Rangers game. The 2017 Juno Award Winner for Best Vocal Jazz Album and 2018 Juno nominee has garnered over 6 million streams on Spotify, made the Top 5 on Billboard jazz charts, was voted #2 Rising Star by Downbeat Magazine and has organically earned over 25K online followers. Her latest crowd funded recording project, produced by Grammy award winning Eli Wolf, prominently features Bria's compelling song writing skills alongside a few creative covers (Queen, a Beatles/Duke Ellington mashup) highlighting her fiery trumpet playing and smoky vocals. A voice for this generation, she approaches contemporary subjects of women’s rights, civil rights, frustration, despair and hope through an overarching theme of "finding light in the darkness."

Bria just appeared on a month-long tour as a featured member of the 2019 Monterey Jazz Festival Touring Band alongside Cecile McLorin Salvant, Jamison Ross, Melisa Aldana and Christian Sands. She is a highly sought out performer and educator, leader of the Sisterhood of Swing large ensemble, represents Jazz at Lincoln Center in schools, is co-director of the New York Hot Jazz Camp and is currently creating original educational programming for the Louis Armstrong House Museum.

About the organizer

Organized by
The Tin Pan