Idit Shner hosts a rotating line up of Jazz performers every Sunday from 4pm - 6pm. An afternoon for all ages.

Food provided by Fisherman's Market Mobile Specials Unit and a small menu of locally curated vegan/vegetarian offerings made in house.

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About Idit:

An active performer of both jazz and classical music Idit has played in various distinguished venues in the United States and abroad such as The Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. and Lincoln Center in New York.

Her latest project Mhondoro blends Zimbabwean folk music and American jazz. Mhondoro released their first album Heatwave in 2022 and are about to release their second album soon. Additional jazz releases include Live at The Jazz Station 9 Short Stories (which garnered a 4-start review in Downbeat magazine) and Tuesday’s Blues. Jazz festival performances include the Diet Coke Woman in Jazz Festival (NY) Bellayre Festival (NY) and New-Trier Jazz Festival (IL).

As a classical saxophonist Idit has commissioned and recorded new music and performed solo recitals in the US and Israel. MINERVA is her latest classical release. Her third CD Le Merle Noir featuring music by Messiaen Bozza Partos and Glass was released on Origin Classics in August 2013. Her previous classical recording FISSURES: 20th Century Music for saxophone and Harp with renowned harpist Yumiko Schlaffer received great acclaim and was played on NPR’s All Things Considered. Idit has collaborated with Fireworks Beta Collide and Third Angle (new music ensembles) and performed with the Oregon Symphony and the Eugene Symphony.

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Date & Time

March 31, 2024
6:00pm - 8:00pm


WildCraft Cider Works
232 Lincoln St
Eugene, OR 97401

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