Where Rivers Meet SM
A Jazz Holiday!
2011 #1 Jazz Internet Radio in America
SATURDAY ▪ JANUARY 18, 2014
GROVER C. FIELDS PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
2000 DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. BLVD., NEW BERN, NC 28562
DOORS: 6:00PM ▪ CONCERT: 7:00PM
www.whereriversmeet.net ▪ 1.855.380.ECJR
On Saturday, January 18, 2014, the East Coast Jazz Revue’s Winter Series presents two sensational concert performances: internationally acclaimed bassist Buster Williams Quartet “Something More”, and legendary jazz drummer Roger Humphries’s RH Factor featuring trumpeter Sean Jones and Brazilian vocalist Kenia. North Carolina’s popular jazz vocalist John Van Dyke will also be featured. A special opening performance will showcase the Havelock High School Jazz Ensemble, one of the nation’s finest. Doors open at 6:00pm, and the concert begins at 7:00pm.
Students in grades 6 and up are invited to an opportunity-of-a-lifetime with a Jazz Master Class led by legendary drummer Roger Humphries and RH Factor with special guest, Sean Jones at 1:00pm at the Performing Arts Center. Music students will be treated to a music demonstration, a Q&A session with the artists, and a first-hand behind the scenes look at how jazz professionals prepare for performances. There is no charge for the Jazz Master Class. Registration for the Jazz Master Class opens on December 9, 2013 (www.whereriversmeet.net).
Grover C. Fields Performing Arts Center is the site for the concert and the Master Class. Tickets can be purchased locally and online at Eventbrite.com. Discounts are available for youth (16 and under); seniors (60+ years); active military and students with valid ID; and for groups of 10 or more.
Go to www.whereriversmeet.net for more information about the artists, their music, the Youth Jazz Master Class, and preferred hotels that are offering special concert room rates as part of the four-day MLK Holiday.
The East Coast Jazz Revue, a NC non-profit organization, has a special focus on youth enrichment. Its mission is to cultivate jazz education and jazz appreciation through performances, lectures and workshops; introducing audiences to international and national talent throughout the East Coast with emphasis on North Carolina’s rich contribution to this American art form. ###