PHAROAH SANDERS RETURNS TO BROOKLYN
The 11th Annual Central Brooklyn Jazz Festival
Community Day Gala
Central Brooklyn Jazz Consortium Inc.
And International African Arts Festival Inc.
Pharaoh Sanders Returns to Brooklyn
Featuring: Pharaoh Sanders- sax, William Henderson- piano,
Alex Blake-bass , Greg Bandy- drums, Neil Clarke- congas and
Show includes: Omi Yesa drum and dance who recently performed for the White House.
Louis Reyes Rivera poet will be the MC.
Saturday March 27th, 2010
Boys and Girls High School Auditorium
Doors open at: 7:30pm Show starts: 8:00pm
-Tickets in Advanced $35.00 per person - -More at the door
Purchase tickets in Advance at:
-Brown paper ticket:www.brownpaperticket.com
CBJC office: 718-773-2252 IAAF office: 718-638-6700
11th ANNUAL CENTRAL BROOKLYN JAZZ FESTIVAL
"Expressions of Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow"
Central Brooklyn Jazz Consortium (CBJC) announces Brooklyn's longest running continuous festival dedicated to Jazz, 11th Annual Central Brooklyn Jazz Festival - "Expressions of Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow". This celebration of an American original art form will take place during Jazz Appreciation Month,
March 27th - April 30, 2010 at multiple venues throughout the borough. Full details will be provided at the annual festival press conference in February. For information call 718.773.2252 or visit web page www.cbjcjazz.org
Central Brooklyn Jazz Festival 2010 will feature a lineup of international, local musicians; jazz forums; youth performances and a Brooklyn Jazz Hall of Fame & Museums (TM) induction ceremony. Confirmed venues include: Brooklyn Tech Auditorium, Sugar Hill Restaurant & Supper Club, BAMcafe Live, Afroarts Designs, Dweck Center for Contemporary Culture - Brooklyn Public Library Central Branch, Jazz966, Hitchcock Institute for Studies in American Music at Brooklyn College, Sistas' Place, Two Steps Down Restaurant, Brooklyn Borough Hall, Boys & Girls High Auditorium and Brooklyn Historical Society. CBJC welcomes the International African Arts Festival family as our annual gala concert production partner to be held on Saturday, March 27th. This event will sponsor our FREE summer programs for underserved communities in Brooklyn.
Central Brooklyn Jazz Consortium/CBJC founded in 1999, is an amalgam of patrons, entertainment venues, faith based institutions, community organizations and musicians. Over the past eleven (11) years CBJC has presented an annual spring festival, established a Brooklyn Jazz Hall of Fame & Museum (TM), and produced yearly programs that feature local jazz talent. CBJC is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation committed to preserving, promoting and supporting live music within the under served communities of Brooklyn.
Boys & Girls High Auditorium
1700 Fulton Street
Brooklyn, NY 11213
|Minimum Age: 0|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|