Troy University's vocal jazz ensemble, frequency, will present a special Valentine's Day performance in Long Hall.
The concert, “frequency Unplugged: A Time for Love,” is free and open to the public.
“We are hoping that people will make this concert their Valentine’s Day destination,” said Diane Orlofsky, Director of frequency.
The audience will be treated to jazz standards like “Here’s that Rainy Day,” “Two for the Road” and “I’ve Got You Under My Skin.”
Frequency will also perform up-tempo jazz arrangements of familiar classic tunes like “What a Fool Believes” and “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” and newer contemporary twists on the work of singer-songwriters like Sarah Jarosz (“Build Me Up from Bones” and “Green Lights”) and Rosana Eckert (“For Elizabeth”), among others.
“We will also have a few surprise guest artists and featured frequency alums—all in all, this will be a feel-good set of songs that will leave you smiling and feeling the love,” Orlofsky said.