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Juilliard Jazz Orchestra Highlights Big Band Innovation In "Stan

The Music Of Stan Kenton”
Thursday, February 27, 2003 At 8 Pm In The Juilliard Theater

Victor Goines, Artistic Director of Jazz Studies, Conducts
On Thursday, February 27 at 8 PM in the Juilliard Theater, the Juilliard Jazz Orchestra plays music of big band innovator Stan Kenton in a concert entitled Stan: The Music of Stan Kenton. Victor Goines, Artistic Director of Jazz Studies at Juilliard, conducts. The first half of the program includes such Kenton signature works as Artistry in Rhythm, Opus in Pastels, Youngblood, Concerto to End All Concertos, What’s New?, Interlude, and Kingfish. The second half of the concert features Cuban Fire Suite, Kenton’s famously exciting combination of big-band power and Cuban rhythms.

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Tony Adamo CD Review

Tony Adamo is a gifted jazz vocalist/songwriter, and his new CD release, DANCE OF LOVE, is a big winner in the smooth jazz and jazz vocals category. A wide listening audience of the jazz community will find these collections of original material both entertaining and enjoyable.

Tony Adamo has a fine singing voice, and at times, he sounds like British singer, David Bowie. Tony Adamo is the David Bowie of the smooth jazz set, and Adamo has quite the unique voice.

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Jazz Train Journeys from New Orleans to Washington, D.C. in March 2003

TRAVEL ABOARD THE AMERICAN ORIENT EXPRESS’ “JAZZ” THEMED ITINERARY AND ENJOY A SAVINGS OF $500 PER PERSON *

DOWNERS GROVE, Ill.–Discover the Antebellum South and the roots of jazz aboard a specially themed American Orient Express (AOE) itinerary this spring, plus receive $500* savings per person.

On the 8-day/7-night Antebellum South Jazz Train itinerary, March 13-20, 2003 guests journey between New Orleans and Washington, D.C. visiting great southern cities, plantations and jazz honky-tonks. Throughout this rail cruise, guests will enjoy a delightful recounting of the historic, cultural and entertainment roots that the South has brought to 20th Century Jazz.

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