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NY Jazz & Poetry in DC with Capital Percussion
(Published: May 26, 2007)

Poet GOLDA SOLOMON “Medicine Woman of Jazz” performs with
TOM TEASLEY, percussion and SACO YASUMA, alto saxophone

at THE POTTER’S HOUSE
1658 Columbia Road NW / Adams Morgan, Washington DC 20009 www.pottershousedc.org

FRIDAY, JUNE 1st, 2007, 8 PM

Homemade dinner & desserts start at 7
$10 suggested donation

presented by SOUNDS of HOPE
to benefit All Souls Church Social Justice Ministries

Enjoy an evening of original poetry, compositions and percussive madness from New York poet Golda Solomon and saxophonist, Saco Yasuma, together with Washington, DC favorite,
Tom Teasley, percussionist—a trio to be reckoned with.

Golda Solomon: “Poet Solomon...Think of it as Jack Kerouac revisiting the Mile High City and grabbing a sandwich at the New York Deli while in town.” — Norman Provizer, Rocky Mountain News
www.jazzjaunts.com/

Saco Yasuma: “Ms. Yasuma’s hallmark is taking the audience on a journey that is stimulated by surprising touches that keep the listener perked and alert for what is coming up next.” — The New Times Holler! www.sacoyasuma.com

Tom Teasley: “…Teasley walking mostly softly but carrying big sticks and mallets…” —Fred Bouchard, Jazz Times, Downbeat; “ . . . . one beautiful mosaic of rhythm.” Bill Milkowski, Jazziz, All About Jazz
www.tomteasley.com/

Sounds of Hope is a benefit concert that happens every Friday night (7-10:30) at the Potter's House
(smoke free restaurant / bookstore / art gallery) in Adams Morgan in Washington, DC. www.myspace.com/soundsofh...

The Potter’s House
1658 Columbia Road NW / Adams Morgan
Washington, DC 20009

Tel: 202.232.5483

METRO Columbia Heights (green), Woodley Pk (red) or Bus #42, S1 or S2

Off Street PARKING available

More Information: http://www.pottershousedc.org

Submitted By: Alex Lemski

Email: alexlemski@netzero.net


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