All patrons (over 18) are required to provide proof that you are vaccinated for Covid-19, OR proof of a negative Covid-19 test that was administered within 72 hours of the date on which you are attending a show at Rudy’s Jazz Room. Proof of vaccination and test results must bear a name that matches the government-issued identification for the patron that is seeking entry. We accept a picture or scan on your cell phone, photocopy, or original document of your CDC-issued vaccination card. We will accept a printed, or digital copy of a negative Covid-19 test result from a test given within 72 hours of the date of the show you are attending.
This show is all ages. All sales are final and we unfortunately cannot offer any refunds. Additional tickets may be available at the door on the day of the show even if it is sold out online.
Please try to arrive 15 minutes prior to the show start time. If you do not arrive within 45 minutes after the show start time on your ticket your seat may be resold to other patrons at the door. If you arrive after 45 minutes from the start time of the show and your ticket has been resold, although we cannot guarantee it, we will try our best to make space for you to attend the show.
Anna Arata is a professional singer based out of Nashville, TN. Originally from Boston, Anna moved to Nashville in 2011 to pursue a music degree and realize her dream of being a working jazz musician. She has worked professionally at several contracted venues, including Mackinac Island’s Grand Hotel, as well as managed her own projects. For the last few years, she has worked for W.O. Smith Community Music School, serving as part of the administrative team and teacher. Recently, she was appointed Director of Donor and Media Relations. Additionally, she is currently in pursuit of a master's degree at MTSU in jazz studies. When she's able, she still performs out in the greater Nashville area and for special events.
Her style has focused primarily on the traditional jazz sounds of the vocal greats of Ella Fitzgerald and the like, but these days she tends to branch out, featuring songs from neo-jazz players, such as Esperanza Spalding. Her upcoming show will feature a handful of originals, mainly written during the 2020 pandemic. Additionally, it will feature many Latin, swing, and avant-gard jazz pieces that continue to mold her musical style to this day. So, take a bit of time off from the busy work week with Anna and join her for an exciting night of music!