Sedona Jazz

To all our Sedona Jazz Fans…

A short but “packed” synopsis of what’s up for this weekend and the near future…

First, this saturday we’ll have the sounds of both pianist Russell Schmidt and Vocalist Vicki McDermitt during the morning review of artists who’ve appeared at Sedona Jazz at the Church. We’ll stream their music tomorrow from 9:00 am to approximately 11 am. Check it out on the home page of Sedona Jazz at the Church, under the heading “A February Saturday Experiment.”

Also please note that you can purchase tickets online for the next concerts at both the Sedona Jazz at the Church (featuring Margo Reed, Armand Boatman & Dwight Kilian) and the Sunday Jazz at Corte Bella ( featuring Judy Roberts, Renee Patrick and a special guest), so check these links out, and if you want, purchase your tickets now to avoid the rush.

Finally, since we have numbered tickets at both venues, we will be having raffles at concerts, giving away seats to future Concerts at both the Sedona and Sun City West locations! How cool is that?!

More later, but for now, bop on!

PAX!

(The Rt. Rev.)David McMannes
St Luke’s Episcopal Church
Anglican Diocese of Arizona

http://www.episcopalnet.org

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Support for FHMS Jazz Band

FHMS donation from Jazz in the Hills

Jazz in the Hills supports jazz educational in local schools.  This year we were able to make several donations to the Fountain Hills Middle School and will host a fundraiser concert in April.  We hope to expand our reach to other schools in the area.

Evan Dixon, FHMS Band Director, accepts a donation from Richard Tews of Jazz in the Hills during the winter concert.

According to Mr Dixon, “FHMS Jazz Band club” rehearses twice a week at 7:00am.  Jazz education while learning the instrument is extremely important. The kids get a better grasp on the concepts and learn to listen.  At this age it is remarkable how quickly they learn. I teach the foundations and theory of jazz and improvisation through the Jazz Band.”

“We are excited to support the efforts of Mr Dixon in developing these young musicians. We understand that it takes money to pay for the proper equipment and the music. As public funding for arts programs vanishes, someone must fill the void. Our goal at Jazz in the Hills is to raise enough money to keep live jazz possible at all levels. Without that support the art simply withers and dies. We thank our members and donors for making this support possible.” said Richard Tews.

Brittany plays the blues

Student Ambassador for Jazz, Brittany, improvises a trumpet solo.

501(c)(3) Charitable Organization

Jazz in the Hills is a registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Please make your tax deductible donations generously to support jazz and education in the community.

Keeping the Art of jazz alive through your generous donations.

Jazz in the Hills is a registered 501 (c) (3) charitable organization.  Please make your tax deductible donation to support jazz and education in the community.