Free concert series continues with Ingrid Racine Trio

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Ingrid Racine and her trio will play at University Hospital on Thursday.

Trumpeter Ingrid Racine casts aside stylistic, generational and geographic boundaries in pursuit of her own authentic sound as an improviser and composer.

Steeped in the traditions of early jazz and Detroit hard bop, she also melds rock, hip hop and aesthetic influences from across the globe to arrive at her unique voice.

Racine received a BFA in Jazz Studies and MM in Improvisation from U-M, and has performed with James Dapogny, Ellen Rowe’s Momentum Project, Detroit-based Straight Ahead, NOMO, Ramona Collins and Wendell Harrison, among others.

For a free concert this Thursday at Michigan Medicine, she will be joined by Paul Keller (bass) and Rick Roe (piano). Look for live stream video on the Gifts of Art Facebook page.

What: Gifts of Art free concert

When: Noon – 1 p.m., Thursday, March 5

Where: University Hospital Main Lobby, Floor 1.