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Diane Moser's Composers Big Band "Music of the Spheres" and George Russell's "Jazz in the Space Age"
(Published: April 09, 2013)

Wednesday, April 10, 7:30-9:00PM
Meadowlands Environment Center
Two DeKorte Park Plaza
Lyndhurst, New Jersey 07071
Phone: 201-460-8300
$15/person; $10/seniors; $8/MEC members

This 17-piece big band will perform an evening of music inspired by the environment and celestial bodies. The concert features the world premiere of "Music of the Spheres", a four-movement suite by Moser along with music by composers Matt Haviland, Rob Middleton and Jeff Raheb. Also on this program, a very special performance of "Jazz in the Space Age" by the American Jazz pianist, composer and theorist, George Russell, featuring saxophonist and band member of the George Russell Orchestra, Bob Hanlon. All are invited to a pre-show program at 7:30 p.m. at which Moser will discuss her work. After the concert come view the night sky through the research-grade telescope at the William D. McDowell Observatory.

More Information: http://dianemosermusic.com/

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