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October 18, 2013To: Listings/Critics/Features
From: Jazz Promo Services
Press Contact: Jim Eigo, jim@jazzpromoservices.com
www.jazzpromoservices.com

The National Jazz Museum in Harlem

October 21-25

104 East 126th Street, Suite 2C

New York, NY 10035

212-348-8300

www.jazzmuseuminharlem.org

 

Tuesday, October 22

Jazz For Curious Listeners

 The Evolution of the Jazz Mandolin with Tim Porter

“Triad and Trifecta” Swing, More Blues and Bluegrass

 

7:00 – 8:30pm

 

Location: The National Jazz Museum in Harlem

$10 Suggested Donation

 

For Part 4 in our series on the history of the mandolin in jazz we have Tim Porter, Joe Selly, Santi Debriano and special guest Barry Mitterhoff discussing and playing mandolin music of America in the 1930s-1960s. RSVP to the series here.

 

More in this series:

 

Tuesday, October 1: “Once Upon a Time”

Tuesday, October 8: “Two Step” Ragtime and Choro

Tuesday, October 15: “The Mandolins Are Coming!” The Roaring 20s to the Big War

Tuesday, October 22: “Triad and Trifecta” Swing, More Blues and Bluegrass

Tuesday, October 29: ‘Fast Forward to Today’s Foremost” Blues, Bebop and Beyond

Thursday, October 31

Harlem Speaks: David Amram, multi-instrumentalist, composer

6:30-8:30

Location: The National Jazz Museum in Harlem

 

We are honored to have as our guest multi-instrumentalist, composer and author David Amram, rightfully hailed as a Renaissance man of American Music for our Harlem Speaks interview series. Amram plays more than 35 instruments and played a significant role in introducing the French horn to jazz more than sixty years ago while a member in the bands of many of the 1950s jazz legends such as Dizzy Gillespie, Lionel Hampton, Charles Mingus and Oscar Pettiford.

 

RSVP Here

 

 

 The National Jazz Museum in Harlem’s Visitors Center is open to the public and features our extensive library of all sorts of media, plus brand new collections of photographs, and exhibits. Please come by and see us from Monday to Friday from 10AM to 4PM. We look forward to seeing you! 
These programs are supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council, and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State. The Savory Concerts are supported in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. Art Works. 

 

The National Jazz Museum in Harlem
104 East 126th Street
New York, NY 10035
212 348-8300
www.jmih.org 
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