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Sunset Salons: Jazz Panel Discussion
November 20, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The Monastery Studio$10 – $12
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Feed your head with Clifton Cultural Arts Center’s Sunset Salons. Enjoy wildly successful series of mid-week Jazz panel discussions.
Interesting experts and compelling, contemporary topics fuel each evening with inspiring, animated conversation and discovery. Clifton Cultural Arts Center is thrilled to present the second installment of the 2019-2020 season. This topic will be a jazz panel discussion.
Tickets for the jazz panel discussion are $10 and can be purchased online. Tickets purchased at the door will be $12. Doors open at 6 p.m. for light supper and chocolate desserts courtesy of Haute Chocolates; featured panel conversation at 6:15 p.m. In addition to sharing their stories and expertise, CCAC’s expert panel will take questions and comments from the audience – audience participation is highly encouraged.
Featured panelists include:
-Laura Ann Gentry, owner of LAG Productions, LLC and president of Jazz Alive
-Jennifer Grantham, Wright State University adjunct instructor of saxophone, Jazz Area Coordinator at UC-CCM Preparatory Department
-Dan Karlsberg, UC professor and jazz pianist
-Caryn Watts, Schwartz’s Point Jazz & Acoustic Club
-Panel facilitated by Greg Turner, former jazz radio programmer at WVXU-FM, writer and photographer.
Sunset Salons: Jazz will be held at The Monastery Studios. Free parking is available in the small lot beside the building, as well as on the immediate side streets (Hemlock Street and Stanton Avenue). Please contact CCAC at 513-497-2860 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Melody, harmony, rhythm and improvisation: CCAC’s expert panel brings some serious chops to a hot set of all things jazz. From Louis Armstrong to Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis to Winton Marsalis – even “new kids” like Roxy Coss and Theo Crocker and a long list of local legends like Jimmy McGary, Steve Schmidt, Fred Hirsch – this lively exchange will leave you believing “Life is a lot like jazz…best when you improvise.”