The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music presents The New School Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra led by New School Jazz faculty member Bobby Sanabria
Leila McCarthy, 212-229-5667 x4399 email@example.com
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BOBBY SANABRIA AND THE NEW SCHOOL AFRO-CUBAN JAZZ ORCHESTRA
Concert to take place November 15th at The New School
WHAT: The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music presents The New School Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra led by New School Jazz faculty member Bobby Sanabria, a composer, arranger, award-winning percussionist and Grammy-nominated musician. National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Master, Candido Camero, the father of modern conga drumming, will be the featured guest soloist with this dynamic 23-piece ensemble.
WHEN: Thursday, November 15, 2007, 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: Tishman Auditorium, 66 West 12th Street
TICKET INFO: Admission: $10; free for students and seniors. Tickets are available at The New School Box Office at 66 West 12th Street, main floor, Monday- Friday 1:00-7:00 p.m. Tickets can also be purchased via email at email@example.com or by calling 212.229.5488.
GENERAL INFO: For more information, the public can contact The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music at 212.229.5896 x4591 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.jazz.newschool.edu.
The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music is the musical manifestation of The New School. While a major presence during the formation of the jazz movement in New York City in the early twentieth century, The New School was the first university to offer a course in jazz in 1948. Following this was a half-century of dynamic public programming featuring outstanding jazz artists from Art Tatum and Louis Armstrong to Jon Hendricks and Pat Metheny. The School was formally founded in 1986 by David Levy and jazz saxophonist and iconoclast Arnie Lawrence, and remains at the forefront of music education by combining the teaching model of the community-based, mentor-student style of jazz's early years with the academic rigor and curricular depth of a modern conservatory. In its 20-year history, the program has produced some of the brightest stars in jazz as of late, including Miri Ben-Ari, Peter Bernstein, Walter Blanding Jr., Avishai Cohen, Robert Glasper, Larry Goldings, Roy Hargrove, Susie Ibarra, Ali M. Jackson, Virginia Mayhew, Brad Mehldau, EJ Strickland and more. For more information, visit www.jazz.newschool.edu.
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More Information: http://www.jazz.newschool.edu/
Submitted By: Leila McCarthy