Tulane University Concert Band invites the community to their April 9th Free Spring Concert - 7pm - 8:15pm, Dixon Hall main Auditorium. (A brief 'Milk & Cookies' reception will follow in room 118 Dixon & the audience can meet the band members)
The concert's theme & repetoire this year: Travel (virtually & musically!) along with the Tulane Concert Band through Louisiana, Eastern Europe and Hollywood. Experience the historical links across these far-flung locales, featuring compositions by Patrick Gilmore, Giuseppe Verdi, Antonin Dvorák, Modeste Moussorgsky, Leos Janácek, Miklós Rózsa and others.
Jazz@the Sandbar featuring guitarist Detroit Brooks
“Jazz at the Sandbar” was established in 1990 by Ellis Marsalis, the first Chairman of the Jazz Studies Program at UNO. The series is designed to provide UNO Jazz Studies students an opportunity to get real life experience performing with professional musicians in front of a live audience. The series is presented on Wednesday nights during the fall and spring semesters and features a different respected jazz artist each week. It also provides a medium in which students exercise their improvisational skills and gives them the rare opportunity to work with jazz masters.
“Jazz @ the Sandbar” is presented by the UNO Jazz Studies Program with support from the UNO Student Government Association, Offbeat Media, WWNO FM and the New Orleans Jazz Celebration. All admission proceeds go to the George Brumat Memorial Scholarship Fund. For more information, call the UNO Music Department at (504) 280-6039 or New Orleans Jazz Celebration 504-309-JAZZ or on the web, go to www.nojc.org/sandbar.