DC:MUSIC: Jazz Night Schedule for March 11th – Queen Aisha

JAZZ NIGHT in Southwest
@Westminster Church

400 I Street, SW, Washington, DC 20024 ~ 202.484.7700
swrenaissance.com
FRIDAY, March 11th, 2011, 6-9pm, $5
Honoring Gene Harris

with Queen Aisha

Queen Aisha, vocals

Greg Lamont, piano

Zach Graddy, tenor sax

Donnie West, bass

Ben Secundy, drums

This week Greg Lamont and this wonderful group bring the legacy alive of the great Gene Harris. And Queen Aisha adds her energy to create another very memorable performance. Please join us.

JAZZ NIGHT in Southwest
 

is a cultural arts project which works to preserve the art of Jazz in the D.C. area. Its work and activities include:
~ a weekly Friday performance venue featuring the best of live D.C. jazz

~ regular educational programs designed to expand appreciation and knowledge of jazz such as Thinking About Jazz
~ outreach activities which take live jazz to senior centers, hospitals, and community settings where people gather to appreciate lively performances through the Community Connections project

~ gathering and archiving jazz artifacts especially oral histories of musicians and jazz lovers in a Heritage & Archive collection
~ youth music learning activities including Intergenerational Networking

~ the presentation of special events including the annual D.C. Jazz Preservation Festival
All these things are nurtured through the assistance of our much-valued D.C. jazz artists and within the confines of a supportive community of Jazz lovers. Please join us in this most exciting and rewarding work!

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Jazz Night in Southwest has grown continually since its inception over 10 years ago and has presented wonderful performances every Friday without exception for all these years. It happens because of the support and participation of so many wonderful people. It is a true blessing! The gifts of our D.C. musicians and the appreciation of those of us gathered renews our sense of love, joy and unity. Please share this wonderful experience of community and welcome those you care about.
Much love,
Dick Smith, Jazz Program Director
Rev. Brian, Co-Pastor, Westminster Church and SRDC President
Jazz Night happens because of the generous support of many individuals and these organizations. We appreciate your support! 

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Generous support comes from the D.C. Commission on Arts & Humanities, an agency supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.

Jazz Night is a project of Southwest Renaissance Development Corporations. For a full schedule and more information please go to www.westminsterdc.org/jazz.htm.
Directions and and information on the free ShuttleBug from Waterfront Metro may be found there.

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