jazz dinner weekends


in partnership with


Cookin’ At the O is a celebration of jazz – the uniquely American art form that is full of creativity, love and vitality.

Each month, world class artists and fine food are presented at Oldenburg House in an intimate pop-up jazz+dinner club.

The community has warmly embraced Cookin’ at the O, showing that jazz continues to grab and hold audience’s attention.

OACC has a line-up of great musicians and chefs ready to coo up great music, food and fun in the Northland.


This ticketed event includes a two course meal and desert at its conclusion. The intimacy that is experienced with the exceptional performers offered within the program is rare.


Upcoming Performancesone weekend every month


06jul6:30 pm10:00 pmDebbie Duncaninfo|tickets $65

07jul6:30 pm10:00 pmDebbie Duncaninfo|tickets $65


17aug6:30 pm10:00 pmCookin' At The OPippi Ardennia & PipJazz Alumni
info|tickets $65

18aug6:30 pm10:00 pmCookin' At The OPippi Ardennia & PipJazz Alumni
info|tickets $65


14sep6:30 pm10:00 pmCookin' At The OBruce Henry
info|ticktets $65

15sep6:30 pm10:00 pmCookin' At The OBruce Henry
info|ticktets $65


19oct6:30 pm10:00 pmCookin' At The OJennifer Grimm
info|tickets $65

20oct6:30 pm10:00 pmCookin' At The OJennifer Grimm
info|ticktets $65

Performance Schedulelegacy version

Friday, July 6

Debbie Duncan | $65

6:30 – 10:00 pm

Chris Lomheim, piano
Matthew Mobley, bass
Glenn Swanson, drums

    Debbie Duncan – Minnesota Music Awards

  • Best Female Jazz Vocalist
  • Best Jazz Vocalist
  • Best Female Performer
  • Best Jazz Group

Debbie Duncan – The First Lady of Song She’s Superb on funky upbeat workouts, tender ballads and all kinds of jazz numbers… she energizes the ordinary and puts her stamp on everything she does.

Debbie has sung with Bobby Watson and Horizon, Roy Hargrove, Bobby Lyle, Jack McDuff, John Hendricks, Mark Murphy, Chicago’s legendary Von Freeman, Dee Dee Bridgewater, and Rececca Paris. She received rave reviews opening for greats such as Herbie Hancock, Stephan Grapelli, Miles Davis, Lou Rawls and Joe Henderson.

Debbie Duncan may be considered the upper Midwest’s “best-kept-musical secret” but she has become a local legend and treasure in her home of Minneapolis. Her personality, vitality, and versatility all contribute to that fact. She is a terrific entertainer, and this is certainly part of her appeal. Most importantly, however, “she’s a superb vocalist, probably the finest in the area/” [Bob Protzman, St. Paul Pioneer Press]