2016 spring concert series - Central PA Friends of Jazz

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2016 spring concert series - Central PA Friends of Jazz
Connecting Jazz Lovers with Each Other
& the Music!
CENTRAL PA FRIENDS OF
CPFJ Newsletter
JUNE 2016
#40
2016 SPRING CONCERT SERIES
Steve Wilson & Stefon Harris
Fri., June 17
Messiah College , High Center for the Arts 7:30PM
This series is underwritten by a generous contribution from the Shearer Family
Fund of The Foundation for Enhancing Communities
on behalf of R. Scott Shearer
Central PA Jazz Camp
June 15 - 18
Messiah College, Mechanicsburg PA
FOUR DAY CAMP for students aged 10-21
Stefon Harris & Steve Wilson head the
faculty - student concert on Sat. 6/18
36th Annual
CENTRAL PA
JAZZ FESTIVAL
riverboat jazz cruise w/ violinist DIANE MONROE - return of the jazzmobile
festival jazz party at harrisburg midtown arts center - jazz workshop - jazzmobile
festival concert with HOUSTON PERSON and RUSSELL MALONE at mt. gretna playhouse
jam session at gretna hideaway - jazz picnic at indian echo caverns with 5 bands
river city big band and special guests at river city blues club
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pg. 2 - Exec. Dir. Letter
pg. 3 - Grants & Donors
pg. 4 - CPFJ Spring Concert - June 17
pg. 5 - Steady Gigs
pg. 6 - One Time Only Events/
Jam Sessions
pg. 7 - Central PA Jazz Camp / Scranton Jazz Fest
pg. 8 - Central PA Jazz Festival Schedule
pg. 9 - CPFJ Ticket Order Form - Membership Application
pg. 10 - Festival Tickets / May Concert / JazzMobile
pg. 11 - CPFJ Online & Physical Stores - CPFJ Youth Band
pg. 12 - Mailing page / Fall Concert Series Preview
pg. 13 - Hbg. Arts Fest Pics
The Vibe is published monthly at the Central PA Friends of Jazz, 5721 Jonestown Road, Harrisburg PA 17112
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S REPORT:
Central Pennsylvania
Friends of Jazz
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5721 Jonestown Road
Harrisburg PA 17112
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TEL: 717-540-1010
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WEB:
www.friendsofjazz.org
EMAIL:
[email protected]
Steve Rudolph
Executive Director
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Sheila Ross
Office Manager
CPFJ Board of Directors:
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Jon Abel
(Youth Committee)
Dr. William Anderson
(Membership)
Paul Bratcher
(President - Festival)
Oliver Fairley
(Youth Committee Chair)
Dr. Paul Haidet
(Newsletter)
Mary Heltzel
(Marketing Committee)
Mark Hunsberger
(Treasurer)
Mark Swartzbaugh
(Marketing)
Keith Thomas
(Vice President - & Concessions)
Tim Thompson
(Youth Committee)
Tim Warfield, Jr.
(Artistic Director)
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Youth Band Director:
Ron Waters
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The ViBE
Steve Rudolph - Editor
Sheila Ross - Contributing Editor
Paul Haidet - Contributing Editor
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Volunteer Coordinator
Leslie Beamer
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Thanks to all who came to the Rose Lehrman Arts Center for the second Spring Series concert Steve Turre’s band played a great set and the Cedar Cliff H.S. Jazz Ensemble opened the show. It
was a great afternoon and those attending were not only treated to some great music, they also got
the premier showing of the two new videos produced by CPFJ. One of the videos is a long look at
our history and our future plans and the other is a documentary on the 2015 jazz Camp. Our thanks
to the Lois Lehrman Grass Foundation for underwriting the production of the films - they will serve
as great promotional tools for many years to come. You may now view the videos on our website www.friendsofjazz.org
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We had three great days of music at the PenLive/Patriot News Arts Fest over Memorial Day
Weekend in Riverfront Park, Harrisburg. Our thanks to all the performing musicians and our loyal
volunteers for their help in promoting our music and upcoming events. There were thousands of
people at the Fest enjoying the weather, food and music. Thanks to Jump Street for including us
again in this annual celebration of the arts.
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Our Festival and Concerts are fully booked for the rest of the year and thanks to our Music
Chairman, Tim Warfield, Jr., we have some wonderful music in store for you.
SPRING CONCERT SERIES:
Fri., June 17 - Messiah College, The High Center 7:30pm; Stefon Harris & Steve Wilson
CENTRAL PA JAZZ CAMP - June 15-18 - Messiah College, The High Center - Student’s Concert on
6/18 at 7pm - FREE
CENTRAL PA JAZZ FESTIVAL
Thurs., Aug 11: Kickoff Concert at Strawberry Square and JazzMobile in various Harrisburg City
sites from noon to 5:30p.m.; Riverboat Cruise with a Philadelphia group -(violinist) Diane Monroe
and (pianist) Tom Lawton Duo- City Island, Hbg.;
Fri., Aug. 12: Our JazzMobile will be in action again visiting East & West Shore sites from 1:30 to
6:30p.m.; Our annual Jazz Party will be held at Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center - 2 bands at Stage
on Herr and 2 bands in the 2nd floor Ballroom from 7-Midnight - Diane Wilson Bedford and
Jonathan Ragonese are featured;
Sat., Aug. 13: Jonathan Ragonese delivers a lecture/workshop on improvisation at the Art
Association, Front St. Hbg. at 11a.m.; Kirk Reese’s Trio leads our Festival Jam Session at the
Hideaway in Mt. Gretna; we are happy to be partnering with Gretna Music to produce our Festival
Concert featuring Houston Person’s Quartet and the Russell Malone Quartet - the concert will be
in the Mt. Gretna Playhouse again this year.
Sun., Aug. 14 Jazz Picnic at Indian Echo Caverns (Hummelstown PA) with 5 bands from 1-7pm.
Mon., Aug. 15: River City Blues Club hosts the River City Big Band and special guests to close the
Festival.
2016 FALL CONCERT SERIES:
Fri., Sept. 9 Ft. Hunter Park, 5300 N. Front St., Hbg. - Friends of Jazz Night at the Dauphin County
Jazz and Wine Festival is our first Fall Series Concert w/ Dr. Lonnie Smith’s Trio & a great young
quintet lead by rising star steel pan player Leon Foster Thomas!
Sun., Oct. 9 - NYC saxophonist Harry Allen leads a traditional quartet and singer at HMAC - 3pm.
Sun., Nov. 27 - legendary guitarist Pat Martino bring his Trio to Wyndridge Farm in Dallastown.
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Don’t forget that tickets to the Dauphin Co. Jazz & Wine Festival are included in your
purchase of a CPFJ Sponsor Membership - one of the best entertainment values around. See
our Membership page in this issue or online for complete details.
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Our thanks to those of you who answered our “Send a Kid to Camp” appeal - thanks to your
generosity, we will have twelve scholarship students this year. We thank Ben Olewine and
Kristen Olewine Milke of the Olewine Family Trust for their generous grant to underwrite the
Camp and are grateful to Penn National Insurance, the Hall Foundation, and several private
donors for underwriting student tuition. Please attend the FREE concert to close the Camp
on Sat., June 18th at 7pm in the High Center at Messiah College that features all of the
student ensembles and the Stefon Harris/Stevve Wilson Group concert on Fri. 6/17.
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We will be sending out an appeal soon asking you to help fund our annual Central PA Jazz
Festival - please give generously or purchase an ad for your business in the program book!
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Support JAZZ the Music of Freedom!
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As always, we hope you will share some of your time and help us by volunteering - there are
many ways you can help the Friends of Jazz - PLEASE CALL!
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Thanks to all for your continuing support of CPFJ!
Steve Rudolph, Executive Director, CPFJ
The Vibe is published monthly at the Central PA Friends of Jazz - 5721 Jonestown Road, Harrisburg PA 17112
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Children’s Home Foundation
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The Hall Foundation
The Bill & Beverlee Lehr Fund TFEC
The Olewine Family Trust
Pennsylvania Council on the Arts
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Premier Wealth Management
Shearer Family Fund - R. Scott Shearer TFEC
Tom & Donna Weik
The Wells Foundation
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LIFETIME MEMBERS
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Lee C. Swartz
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JAZZ LEGACY DONORS
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& Joe Quattrocci
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CENTRAL PA FRIENDS OF
2016 SPRING CONCERT SERIES
Steve Wilson & Stefon Harris
Friday, June 17
Messiah College, High Center for the Arts 7:30PM
1 College Ave., Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
Steve Wilson & Stefon Harris will be teaching at our annual Jazz Camp this
summer (June 15-18) and we will feature their group for our third Spring
Concert during the Camp in the beautiful High Center at Messiah College.
CPFJ is proud to present Steve Wilson & Stefon Harris in concert at Parmer Hall in the High Center at Messiah College. This hall is an
incredible space for live music and these two players and their group will definitely generate some excitement. This event is during the
15th Annual Central PA Jazz Camp and all of the students will be in attendance. There is lots of free parking available at the hall and
tickets are available online at our website - friendsofjazz.org, via phone at the CPFJ Office - 717-540-1010, or via mail with the order
form in this issue of The ViBE. Sponsor, Life and Corporate CPFJ members should have received there tickets by mail.
Vibraphonist/percussionist/composer STEFON HARRIS - Stefon Harris' passionate artistry, energetic stage presence, and astonishing
virtuosity have propelled him into the forefront of the current jazz scene. Widely recognized and lauded by both his peers and jazz
critics, Harris is committed to exploring the rich potential of jazz composition and blazing trails on the vibraphone. A graduate of the
Manhattan School of Music he was the recipient of the prestigious Martin Seigal Award from Lincoln Center and has been nominated
for three consecutive Grammys. The Los Angeles Times called him "one of the most important young artists in jazz" who is "at the
forefront of new New York music" and "much in demand as a star sideman". Harris has played with many jazz luminaries including
Steve Turre, Kurt Elling, and Charlie Hunter, in addition to releasing several of his own critically well-regarded albums. Much in
demand as a recording artist, he is featured on CDs by Diana Krall, Kenny Barron, Ry Cooder, Joe Henderson, Jason Moran, and our
own Tim Warfield, Jr. With deep roots in classical music, Stefon was a member of the Classical Jazz Quartet from 2001-2008 with Ron
Carter, Kenny Barron and Lewis Nash that recorded jazz impressions of Rachmaninov, Bach and Tchaikovsky. He has toured and
recorded with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and performed his original works with the Dutch Metropole Orchestra.
Stefon recently took time off and worked with computer and graphic specialists to develop an “App” for jazz education called the
“Harmony Cloud” which he will use to instruct students at this year’s camp.
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STEVE WILSON has attained “first-call” status as a studio musician, concert performer and educator. He is currently Associate
Professor at City College of N.Y., and on faculty at the Juilliard School, and has been honored by New York University recognizing his
outstanding service in jazz education. A musician's musician, Wilson has performed on more than 150 recordings as well as eight
recordings as a leader. He began playing saxophone in his native Hampton, Virginia, and performed in R&B/funk bands throughout his
teens. Majoring music at Virginia Commonwealth University, he performed and/or studied with Jimmy and Percy Heath, Jon Hendricks,
Jaki Byard, dFrank Foster and Ellis Marsalis. Landing a chair with O.T.B (Out of the Blue), a sextet of promising young players
recording on Blue Note Records, Wilson moved to New York in 1987 and the following year toured the U.S. and Europe with Lionel
Hampton. Becoming a first-call choice for veteran and emerging artists alike, Wilson was the subject of a New York Times profile "A
Sideman's Life", highlighting his work with the many ensembles that sought his talented services - Ralph Peterson, Jr., Renee Rosnes,
Joanne Brackeen, The American Jazz Orchestra, The Mingus Big Band, The Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra, and more. In
1996 he joined the acclaimed Dave Holland Quintet, and from 1998-2001 he was a member of Chick Corea's Grammy winning sextet
"Origin". In 2009 Wilson was a member of the Blue Note 7, an all-star septet assembled to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Blue Note
Records. Also in that year Wilson made his orchestral debut performing Heitor Villa Lobos' Fantasia for Soprano Saxophone and
Chamber Orchestra with the Vermont Mozart Festival Orchestra. By popular demand he returned to the VMF in 2010 performing a
commissioned work Sweet For Duke (for Saxophone & Chamber Orchestra) by Jonathan Ragonese. In a major interview feature, the
Wall Street Journal proclaimed, "The Sideman Becomes the Star." This article declared, "Mr. Wilson is essential to this city's jazz
landscape." Since the 1990's Wilson has been regularly cited in the Downbeat Magazine Critics and Readers' Polls. In 2008, the Jazz
Journalists Association nominated him as Best Alto Sax Player, and for Best Soprano Sax Player in 2010. Wilson currently performs
with several Grammy-winning ensembles: Maria Schneider Orchestra, Christian McBride Big Band, Billy Childs Quartet, Ron Carter Big
Band, and the Buster Williams Quartet.
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Please come out for this rare performance by two great jazz masters in this very special space.
This series is underwritten by a generous contribution from the Shearer Family Fund of The Foundation for Enhancing Communities on behalf of R. Scott Shearer
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Tickets for all CPFJ events are available on our website - www.friendsofjazz.org,
or you may call the CPFJ Office - 717-540-1010.
Steady Gigs..............................June/July 2016
Accomac Inn - 6330 S. River Road, York, PA, 6-9 pm, 717-252-1521, Reservations Suggested, Call for Schedule
American Ale House - 1821 Cricklewood Drive, State College, PA, 7:30-9:30 pm, 814-237-9701, Cover $5, First Tuesdays Zeropoint Big Band
Andalusia - 26 N. Hanover St., Carlisle, PA, 6-9 pm, 717-462-4141, Live Jazz every Second Monday 6/13 Steve Rudolph Trio 7/11 Steve Rudolph & Jonathan Ragonese
Bangkok Wok - 125 Gateway Plaza, Mechanicsburg, PA , Last Friday of the month, 6-9 pm, Phyllis Chappel (vocals) & Steve Jewett (guitar)
Barrel 135 - 135 West Third Street, Williamsport, PA, Jazz Wednesdays 6-8 pm, Sunday Brunch 11-1 pm, 570-322-7131, Call for Schedule 6/26 & 7/13 & 24 Swing-Nova
Bazil Italian Restaurant - 1101 Northern Blvd., Clarks Summit, PA, Jazz Wednesdays 7:30-10 pm, Marko Marcinko Jazz Quartet; NEW - Sunday Jazz Brunch, 10:30 am-3 pm
Beans in the Belfry - 122 W. Potomac St., Brunswick, MD, Sunday Jazz, Brunch 11:00-2pm, 301-834-7178
Belvedere Inn - 402 N. Queen Street, Lancaster, PA, Jazz on Fri & Sat 7-10 pm, 717-394-2422, Call for Complete Schedule, 6/17 Troy Isaaks Trio 6/18 Harry V Trio
6/24 Mark Huber Trio 6/25 Dave Wilson Trio 7/29 Dave Wilson Trio
Bistro on Bridge - 212 Bridge Street, Phoenixville, PA, www.bistroonbridge.com, 8-10pm, 2nd Tues of every month - $7 cover - The Last Big Band
Black Gryphon - 54 Mt. Gretna Rd, Elizabethtown PA (717) 367-1859, Jazz Occasionally, Call for Schedule 6/18 New World Parade (Andy Roberts, Scott Nelson, Andy Alonzo)
Bluebird Inn - 2387 Cornwall Rd. Lebanon, PA (717) 273-3000 Jazz on First Wednesdays with Jay Umble & Steve Meashey
Building 24 - 1115 Bern Road, Wyomissing, PA, 610-375-2700, 7:30 pm, Ticket Prices Vary, Food Available
6/16 Buckwheat Zydeco 6/17 Ken Gehret (small bar) 6/30 Davina and the Vagabonds
Bullfrog Brewery - 229 West Fourth Street, Williamsport PA 570-326-4700; Sunday Jazz Brunch -Burgess, Mitchell & Stetz; Jazz Wednesdays 7-10PM 6/22 Organ Trio East
Char's at Tracey Mansion, 1829 N Front St, Harrisburg, PA 717) 213-4002 Music 6:30-9:30 6/10 Mark Huber 6/24 Dave Wilson Trio 8/5 Dave Wilson Trio
Christiane David Gallery - 112 N Prince St, Lancaster, PA , (717) 293-0809 , First Friday Jazz 6-9pm - Jim Wood, Willie Morales & Larry Marshall
Crawdaddy’s - 1500 N 6th St., Harrisburg PA, 717-232-7374, Jazz on Saturdays, 7-9 pm, Call for Schedule 7/16 Dave Wilson Duo 8/6 Dave Wilson Duo
The Deli - 113 Hester St, State College, PA, 814-237-5710, Sundays, Noon-2 pm, Jay Vonada Duo
DiSalvo's - 341 East Fourth St, Williamsport, PA, 570-327-1200, 7-10 pm, Call for Schedule (Seasonal - June to October) 6/14 Bop Top
6/21 Keystone Cats
6/28 Eddie Severn 7/5 Burgess, Mitchell & Seal 7/12 Bop Top 7/19 Keystone Cats
Duling-Kurtz Country House & Inn - 146 South Whitford Rd, Exton, PA, (610) 524-1830, Jazz on Fridays 6-9pm, http://dulingkurtz.com/ for complete schedule
6/10 Bob Howell 6/17 Kevin MacConnell & Sonny Troy 6/24 Carolyn Nelson 7/1 Larry McKenna 7/8 Joshua Vudkin 7/15 Bob Howell
Eden Resort & Suites - 222 Eden Rd., Lancaster PA, 717-569-6444, Sunday Champagne Brunch - Bill Horn (piano)
Flying Pig Pub - 1414 Moselem Spring Road, Hamburg, PA, 610-562-6962
The Gourmet Goat - 41 N. Potomac St, Hagerstown, MD, 301-790-2343, Fridays 6-9 pm, Call for Schedule 6/20 Kerensa Gray 6/27 Beth Trez 7/10 & 24 Beth Trez
Greenfield Inn - 595 Greenfield Road, Lancaster, PA, 717-731-0668, Music on Wednesdays, 6:30-9:30 pm (some jazz) 6/22 Kerensa Gray 6/29 Swing Street
7/1 Laura Luce 7/6 Jodi Stapler 7/13 Mocking Bird 7/20 Sonia V
Holy Hound - 57 W. Market Street, York. 7:00-11:00pm Tim Warfield Quartet
Gullifty's – Cedar Cliff Mall, 1104 Carlisle Road, Camp Hill, PA, (717) 761-6692, Music on Wednesdays 6:30-9:30 pm – CPFJ Jam Sessions every Second Wed.
6/8 JAZZ JAM 6/22 Tom Strohman & Steve Rudolph
Hotel Hershey Iberian Lounge - 100 Hotel Rd, Hershey, 717-534-8821, Saturdays, 8-11 pm, Call for Complete Schedule 7/30 Dave Wilson "Smooth" Trio
Hotel Hershey Veranda - 100 Hotel Road, Hershey, 717-534-8821, 7:30-10:30 pm 6/17 Dave Wilson & Danny Stuber Quartet 8/26 Dave Wilson "Smooth" Quartet
Holy Hound - 57 West Market St, York, PA, 717-855-2410, Jazz on Third Thursdays, 7-10 pm 5/19 and 6/16 Tim Warfield Quartet
Horse Inn - 540 E Fulton St, Lancaster PA, 717-392-5528, Jazz Tuesdays & Saturdays - Tom Pontz Trio
Jazz in the Attic - State Theatre, 130 W. College Ave, State College, PA, 814-272-0606, 8:00 pm, $10 GA/$7 Students 6/17 Dan Yoder Quartet 7/8 Ryan Kauffman Triology
8/12 Organ Trio East
Jazz in the City – Strand Capitol Theater Studio, 50 N. George St, York, PA, 717-846-1111, $5 or Free for Students, 5-7pm, First Fridays
Jazz in the Sky - Ware Center, 42 N. Prince St., Lancaster, PA, 717-871-7600, artsMU.com, 7:30 pm, $25 (incl. light food & drink) 6 concerts annually
John Wright Restaurant, Wrightsville PA 717-252-0416 6/10 & 7/9 Temple Avenue 8/6 Port Authority
La Piazza - 800 Lititz Pike, Lititz PA, 717-625-1222, 5:30-8:30pm, Jazz Mondays w/ Doug LaSala, No Cover
Lancaster Summer Arts Festival - Steinman Park, 20 West King Street, Lancaster, PA, www.lsaf-lancaster.org, 7-10 pm, FREE 6/14 Andy Alonzo Trio 6/21 Swing Street
6/28 Temple Avenue Noontime Series 6/7 Rich Burton Trio
6/21 Jay Umble Duo
7/1 Reese Brothers Duo
The Main Cup - 14 West Main St., Middletown, MD, 301-371-4433 Thursday Night Jam, 7:30-10:00 pm
Mexitaly - 2440 East Market Street, York, PA, 717-600-8226, Occasional Jazz, Call for Schedule
6/18 Andy Mowatt's Steely Jam
MJ's Coffeehouse - Allen Theatre, 36 E. Main St., Annville, PA, 717-867-3535, BYOB, 7:30 pm, $5 cover, "First Thursday Jazz Series" 5/7 and 6/2 - Andy Roberts & Friends), $5
The Pressroom - 26 W. King St., Lancaster, PA, 717-399-5400, Jazz Wednesdays 7-10 pm, Call for Schedule, 2nd and 4th Sundays - Sunday Swing w/ Rue de la Pompe,
6/8 Troy Isaac 6/15 Tom Pontz Trio 6/16 Rue de la Pompe (gypsy swing) 7/13 Dave Wilson Trio
Pride of the Susquehanna Riverboat, “Jazzin' on the Pride” - City Island Dock, Harrisburg, PA, Thursdays, 5:30-9pm, $10, seasonal June through September
6/16 Tom & Laurie Reese 6/23 Dave Wilson & Kirk Reese 6/30 Chuck Long & Tom Colgan 7/7 Ken Gehret & David Francis
7/14 Diane Wilson Bedford & Jimmy Wood
7/21 Paul Bratcher & Mark Hunsberger 7/28 TG Divergence (Tom & Greg Strohman)
Puirsell's Pub - 15 S. 6th St, Lewisburg, PA, Jazz/Blues - Wednesday Jazz, 6-9 pm, Greg Burgess - Burgess, Mitchell & Seal
Reading Public Museum, “Jazz Under the Stars” - 500 Museum Road, Reading, 610-371-5850, Second Thursday, 6:30 pm, $20
River City Blues Club - 819 S Cameron St, Harrisburg, PA - www.rivercittyhbg.com 3RD MONDAYs - River City Big Band, 7-9:30pm, 4TH MONDAYs -CPFJ Jam Session, 7-10 pm
6/20 River City Big Band 6/27 CPFJ Jazz Jam 7/2 Gary Negbar (New Orleans) 7/8 Joe Krown Organ Trio feat. Walter "Wolfman" Washington (guit)
7/15 Diane Wilson & Jonathan Ragonese w/ Steve Rudolph Trio
Ruth's Chris Steak House - Mohegan Sun Casino, Plains, PA, Fridays, 6:30-9:30 pm, Saturdays 8:30-11:30pm, Ruth's Chris Jazz Trio
The Social Lounge - 29 E. Gay Street, West Chester, PA. - Jazz Thursdays at 8 pm. - groups led by drummer Glenn Ferracone
St. James Episcopal Church - 119 N Duke St., Lancaster PA, Jazz Mass - 5 p.m. Saturdays , J. R. Ankney & his Duke Street Band
Ted's Bar & Grill - 7300 Allentown Blvd., Harrisburg, PA, 717-652-3832, Jazz Occasionally, Call for Schedule Jazz on Sunday’s 5/12, 19 & 26 Dave Winter & Joe Schrum Group
Tellus 360 – 24 E. King Street, Lancaster, PA, 717-393-1880, Third Sundays, 2-5 PM, New Orleans Jazz Session with Andy Mowatt, 6/13 & 7/11 King Street Big Band
6/30 & 7/28 Tom Pontz Project
The Timbers – 350 Timbers Rd, Mt. Gretna, 717-964-3601, First Friday Arts Night w/ Live Jazz, 6-9 pm
Trattoria Fratelli - 502 East Lehman Street, Lebanon PA 717-273-1443, Jazz on the last Tuesday of the month with guitarist Jay Umble and Friends 6-9pm
Victor's of York - 554 South Ogontz St, York, PA, 717-854-7958, Jazz on Fridays 8-11 pm, No Cover, Call for Schedule 6/30 Tim Warfield Birthday Bash 7/15 Organ Trio East
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Zola Kitchen & Wine Bar - 324 W. College Ave, State College, PA 16801 (814) 237-8474, Jazz Thursdays, 8-10pm
6/23 Rick Hirsch & Alexander Korte
7/13 & 7/21 Swing-Nova 7/28 Rick Hirsch 3
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One Time Only Events..................June/July 2016
JUNE
Fri. 6/10
Fri. 6/10
Fri. 6/10
Sat. 6/11
Sat. 6/11
Sun. 6/12
Steve Rudolph - solo piano - The [email protected] - 1110 N 3rd St. Hbg PA (Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center) 5-8pm
Swing Nova Big Spring Spirits 198 Match Factory Place, Bellefonte 6:00-8:00pm 814-237-5710
Dirty Dozen Brass Band – ABC Brewery 9pm $15 in advance - $18 at the door
The Elegance at Hershey - Gala featuring Steve Rudolph Quintet and Erin Cruise http://theeleganceathershey.com/ (717) 534-1910
Gettysburg Brass Band Festival - The Buzz Jones Sextet, Gettysburg Lutheran Seminary 4:00-5:00 p.m.
Guitar-a-Rama, Laurence Juber, Will Ackerman, David Cullen, Kenny Gehret, Vin Downes, and Trevor Dorgon Hall, Scottish Rite Cathedral, 310 S. Seventh Ave.
West Reading. Tickets $15, $20, $25
6/15-18 CPFJ CAMP - Messiah College - Stefon Harris, Steve Wilson head the faculty - see the article in this issue
Thu. 6/16, Blue Silk & Satin Big Band - 7-10pm - Moondancer Winery, 1282 Klines Run Road, Wrightsville, PA 17368 717.252.WINE
6/16-26, Da Ponte, a Jazz Opera, WCR Center for the Arts, 140 N. 5th Street, Reading. Tickets $15-$25 http://www.readingtheaterproject.com
6/17-18 Jazz Orchestra of Philadelphia - Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, S. Broad St, Philadelphia, PA, www.kimmelcenter.org, 8 pm, $49 and $29
Fri, 6/17 Steve Wilson & Stefon Harris - CPFJ Spring Series - Messiah College, Parmer Hall, Grantham, PA, 7:30 pm, $24/$20/$10
Fri. 6/17
Fri. 6/17
Sat. 6/18
Eric Mintel Jazz Quartet, Washington Crosssing Winery, 1853 Wrightstown Rd, Newtown, PA , 8pm
Dave Winter Jazz Band - Cassel Vineyards, 80 Shetland Drive, Hummelstown PA (717) 533-2008
Ben Mauger's Roaring 20's Orchestra, Kutztown Boro Park Bandshell - Kutztown Pa 7-9 pm
Sat, 6/18 Student Concert - CPFJ Jazz Camp - Messiah College, Parmer Hall, 7 pm, FREE
Sat. 6/18
Sun. 6/19
Sun. 6/19
Sun. 6/19
Thu. 6/23
6/24-25
Sat, 6/25
Sat. 6/25
Sun. 6/26
Sun. 6/26
Thu. 6/30
Thu. 6/30
Andy Mowatt, 8-String Guitar, POUR, 114 N Prince St. Lancaster. 3:00-6:00pm
NOLA Jam Session, Tellus 360, 24 E King Street. Lancaster. 2:00-5:00pm
Andy Roberts Group - Mt. Gretna Tabernacle 7pm
Ben Mauger's Roaring 20's Orchestra, Fleetwood Park, Fleetwood PA 6-8 pm
Andy Mowatt, 8 String Guitar, Grain + Verse Bottlehouse (Sheraton Hotel), 148 Sheraton Drive. New Cumbertland. 7:00-9:00pm
Pittsburgh Jazz Live International Festival - Downtown Pittsburgh, www.trustarts.org/jazzlivefest, Free, Some Ticketed Events
Tim Warfield w/Terrell Stafford Quintet - Clifford Brown Jazz Festival, Wilmington, DE
Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet performs Roseland Pictures w/ nine-piece jazz ensemble, Whitaker Center for Science and Arts, 222 Market St. Hbg, 5:30pm. $50
Mark Ryan Jazz Trio, 13th Annual Celebration of RiverFest. John Wright’s Restaurant. 234 N. Front Street. Wrightsville. 4:00-9:00pm
Sammy Figueroa’s Latin Jazz Explosion, Long’s Park, 1441 Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster, 7:30pm.
Tim Warfield’s Birthday Bash, Victor’s Italian Restaurant, 554 S. Ognotz Street. York
Dave Stahl Big Band, Hebron Events Center, 701 East Walnut Street. Lebanon, 7:30pm, $10
JULY
Fri, 7/1
Sat, 7/2
Sun. 7/3
Wed. 7/6
Thu. 7/14
Thu. 7/14
Fri 7/15
Sat. 7/16,
7/17-22
7/17-7/18,
Thu. 7/21,
Fri. 7/22
Sat. 7/23
Thu. 7/28,
Thu. 7/28
Fri. 7/29
Fri. 7/29
Sun. 7/31,
Tim Warfield w/Tony Miceli Group - Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia, PA, 215-278-7200, 6-8:30pm, $25
Tim Warfield Birthday Celebration w/George Burton Group - SOUTH Restaurant, 600 N. Broad St, Philadelphia, PA, 215-600-0220, Cover
Erica Lyn Everest, Music on the Mountain, King’s Gap State Park, 500 King’s Gap Road, Carlisle, 3:00-5:00pm.
Zeropoint Big Band, Hufnagle Park, Lewisburg PA 7pm FREE
Jay Vonada Quartet, Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts, Allen Street Stage, State College, 11:30am-12:30pm, (814)-237-3682
The Rick Hirsch 4, Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts, State College, 7:00-8:00pm
Diane Wilson and Steve Rudolph, River City Blues Club, 819 South Cameron Street, Harrisburg. 8:00pm, $8
Tim Warfield and Friends - Steve Rudolph Trio & more - Jazz in the Park. 1775 Lambs Gap Road. Mechanicsburg. 3:30-8:30pm http://jazzinthepark.net/
West Chester University Jazz Camp. 700 S. High Street. West Chester. Contact Mark Jacoby (610)-738-0539 Jonathan Ragonese, Peter Paulsen and more
The Jazz Orchestra of Philadelphia, Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, 300 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia.
West Chester University Criterions Alumni Big Band, Philips Memorial Building Asplundh Concert Hall, 700 High St. West Chester. 7:30pm
The Rick Hirsch 4. Downtown Millheim PA. 6:00-8:00pm
Tim Warfield and Terell Stafford with Romier Mendez Group. Canton Castle, 20 South Canton Ave. Baltimore. 6:00-10:00pm
Dave Stahl Big Band, Hebron Even Center, 701 East Walnut Street. Lebanon, 7:30, $10
The Magic of Disney - Love Songs with the Alexis Cole Quartet, 8pm Ware Center, Lancaster PA 717-361-1508 gretnamusic,org
Cocomama – all female salsa-latin jazz band, City Park and Fireman’s Bandshell, 1251 Hill Road, Reading, 7:00pm.
Stephane Wrembel - Gypsy jazz guitarist - Whitaker Center for the Arts - 8pm whitakercenter.org also offering a master class that afternoon
Jay Vonada Quartet, South Hills Business School Summer Music Picnic, 480 Waupelani Drive, State College, 6:00-7:30pm, (814)-234-7755
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2016 CPFJ EVENTS - SAVE THE DATES!
SPRING CONCERT SERIES: June 17 - Messiah College, Parmer Hall
CENTRAL PA JAZZ CAMP: June 15-18 -Messiah College
CENTRAL PA JAZZ FESTIVAL - Aug 11 Riverboat - Aug 12 Party - Aug 13 Jam Session & Gretna Concert -Aug 14 Picnic - Aug 15 Big Band
FALL CONCERT SERIES - Dauphin Co. Jazz & Wine Fest - Sept 9-11 - CPFJ Night - Fri. 9/9 - Dr. Lonnie Smith & Leon Foster Thomas
OCT. 9 Harry Allen Quartet
Nov. 27 Pat Martino Trio
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Every 2nd Wednesday at Gullifty’s, 6:30-9:30 p.m. 1104 Carlisle Road, Camp Hill, PA
Every 4th Monday at River City Blues Club 7-10 p.m. 819 South Cameron St., Harrisburg
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These sessions encourage musicians young and old to improve their improvisational abilities,
play with a professional rhythm section, and develop a network of musical friends. All
aspiring jazz instrumentalists and vocalists are welcome to sit in - food and drink are available
in both venues during the performances. At River City -under 21 must be accompanied by an adult.
CENTRAL PA
JAZZ CAMP
June 15 - 18
2016
MESSIAH
COLLEGE
CPFJ’s annual Jazz Camp will have a major change this year - we are extending the Camp to a
FOUR DAY EVENT to allow for more in depth instruction. We have also scheduled our third
CPFJ Spring Concert during the Camp (Friday, June 17th) to allow the students to attend
and hear a group led by Camp Faculty special guest instructors Steve Wilson & Stefon Harris.
This year’s faculty will include some of the finest performer/educators in jazz!
Steve Wilson - Stefon Harris - Jeff Stabley
Paul Bratcher - Kirk Reese - Steve Meashey & more!
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Please tell your young friends about the Camp and encourage them to attend. All students aged 10 to 21
with a desire to learn to improvise or improve their skills are welcome. There is a free concert on June 18th
with all faculty and students participating. Our thanks to Dr. Bill Stowman and the staff at Messiah College
for welcoming us to the campus again this year, our 15th Annual Central PA Jazz Camp! More info at our website.
CHECK OUR WEBSITE - WWW.FRIENDSOFJAZZ.ORG FOR UPDATED INFORMATION AND CAMP APPLICATION FORMS.
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Central PA
Festival
AUGUST 1 1 - 15, 2016
Thurs d ay, Augu s t 11t h - 11:30 a .m. - 5 p.m.
FESTIVAL KICKOFF CONCERT & JAZZMOBILE
Strawberry Square Atri um and various Harrisburg sites
Thursday, A ugust 1 1th - City Island, H bg.
RIVERBOAT CRUISE
"Ja zzin' on The Pride" 5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
featuring Phil ly violinist Diane Monroe an d pianist Tom L awton
Ti ckets av ailab le at http ://h arrisburgriverboat.com/ jazzin/
Jazz Part y!
Friday, August 12th
The JazzMobile will play again on Friday,
then come celebrate 36 years of great jazz
with us & featured vocalist Diane Wilson Bedford
Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center
FOUR BANDS on Two Stages FRO M 7PM - 12:30AM
JAZZ WORKSHOP - Saturday, August 13th - 11am
Art Association of Hbg - saxophonist/composer Jonathan Ragonese
FESTIVAL JAM SESSION - Saturday, August 13th
3-6pm
Mt. Gretna Hideaway - 40 Boulevard Avenue, Mt. Gretna, PA 17064
All aspiring jazz musicians are welcome to sit in with Kirk Reese’s Trio
Food and drink available on the deck at the Hideaway. Come out before the concert and enjoy the day.
FESTIVAL CONCERT Saturday, August 13th - 7:00pm
Mt. Gretna Playhouse, Mt. Gretna, PA
FEATURING:
produced by the Central PA Friends of Jazz & Gretna Music
Houston Person Quartet &
the Russell Malone Quartet
CENTRAL PA FRIENDS OF
CPFJ PICNIC
The best in jazz since 1980!!
TICKETS & INFO: 717-540-1010
WWW.FRIENDSOFJAZZ.ORG
EMAIL:
[email protected]
Join CPFJ - Support America’s Music
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Sunday, August 14th
Indian Echo Caverns
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368 Middl etow n Rd., Humm elstown, PA
Free Beverages with ticket purchase
Six Bands from 1 - 7 pm
RIVER CITY BIG BAND
& Special Guests
River City Blues Club
819 S. Cameron St. , Hbg, PA
Monday, August 15th
7p.m.
CPFJ thanks ROBERT PUGLIESE and PREMIER WEALTH MANAGEMENT for their continuing support of our Festival.
CPFJ Membership Application
2016 Fall Concert Series
Sept. 9, 2016 - 6:30PM - Dr. Lonnie Smith Trio &
New Member
Renewal
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Leon Foster Thomas Quintet - part of the Dauphin Co.
Jazz & Wine Fest @ Ft. Hunter Park, Harrisburg/rain or shine.
Tickets in advance ($30) from Dauphin Co. Parks and
Rec. website or at the door ($40) Tickets are three day
passes to the Festival only - no single day tickets are available.
This is a Fall Series event so CPFJ Sponsor, Life, and
Corporate Members will receive tickets via mail.
Oct. 9, 2016 - 3 P.M. - Harry Allen Quintet
Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center, 1110 N 3rd St., Harrisburg, PA
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CORPORATE MEMBERS:
Regular $400 _____
Patron $600 _____
Sponsor $1,000 _____ Silver $2,500 _____
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General Adm.
Member
Student
# of Tickets
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Cost
Total
x $20 = ________
x $17 = ________
x $10 = ________
INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS:
Regular $25 _____
Patron $45 _____
Sponsor $150 _____
Student $10 _____
Donor: $100 (or any gift above $100) $__________
Nov. 27, 2016 - 3 P.M. - Pat Martino Trio
Wyndridge Farm, 885 S Pleasant Ave, Dallastown, PA 17313
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Exp. Date ______/_______ (mo./year) CVV2# _______
Signature:___________________________________
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Make checks payable to CPFJ and return this form and
payment to: CPFJ, 5721 Jonestown Rd., Harrisburg PA 17112
General Adm.
Member
Student
# of Tickets
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Cost
Total
x $25 = ________
x $20 = ________
x $10 = ________
Sponsor Members receive two tickets to all six Spring and
Fall Concerts - a $300 Value for only $150 JOIN NOW and get
your bargain tickets today. Thanks for your support!!
ALL MEMBERS receive the CPFJ Newsletter - The ViBE - 10 times a year.
Name_________________________________________
ANNUAL INDIVIDUAL BENEFITS:
REGULAR: May purchase 1 member priced ticket per CPFJ event..
PATRON: May purchase 2 member priced tickets per CPFJ event..
SPONSOR: 2 free admissions to all Fall & Spring series concerts (includes the Jazz &
Phone
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Wine Festival in September); 2 member Festival ticket discounts; 1/2 price admission
for two at the annual Picnic.
STUDENT: Receives student member ticket discounts at all events.
DONOR: Totally tax deductible contribution - donor memberships begin at $100 or
higher. Donors may purchase all event tickets at member prices.
Address_______________________________________
City____________________________________
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ANNUAL CORPORATE BENEFITS:
REGULAR: Free admission for 2 to all monthly concerts, Festival, and Picnic. Free 1/4
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page ad in Festival Program
PATRON: Free admission for four to all monthly concerts, 2 passes to the annual
Payment Type: ____Payment Enclosed
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Festival and Picnic, Free 1/2 page ad in the Festival Program.
Please complete if paying by credit card:
SPONSOR: Free admission for 6 to all CPFJ monthly concerts, 2 passes to the annual
Festival and Picnic - Free full page ad in the annual Festival Program.
Card #__________________________________________
All memberships are valid for one year from date of purchase. You may purchase with
your credit card by calling the CPFJ Office 717-540-1010 or at our website www .friendsofjazz.org
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Join the Central PA Friends of Jazz - join and get ticket discounts NOW!
Please join CPFJ - your membership and support enables us to present the finest jazz artists, educate students
and develop an audience for America's music - JAZZ!
Membership in CPFJ is for everyone who loves the music and wants to foster jazz in Central PA. All CPFJ members receive ticket
discounts, the CPFJ newsletter - THE VIBE - describing CPFJ activities, concert artists, area club dates and much more!
All corporate members are listed in the newsletter. We offer nine levels of membership designed to suit all budgets and interests
of the individual or corporate member. Memberships are valid for one year from date of purchase.
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in the High Center at Messiah College.
Steve Turre Concert - HACC, May 22, 2016
CENTRAL PA JAZZ FESTIVAL
Ticket Order Form
Tickets for the August 11th Jazz Cruise
are only available from The Riverboat Society’s website
http://harrisburgriverboat.com/ or phone (717) 234-6500
Diane Monroe/Tom Lawton Duo - 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Tickets for the August 12th Jazz Party
photo by Joe Mulvey
We all had a great time at the Rose Lehrman Arts Center
on the campus of Harrisburg Community College on
Sunday, June 22nd with Steve Turre’s group and the Cedar
Cliff H.S. Jazz Ensemble directed by Eric Graybill. Thanks to
all who attended and we look forward to a great concert
with Steve Wilson and Stefon Harris on Friday, June 17th at
7:30pm in the High Center at Messiah College. Don’t forget
to mark you calendar that the concert is on Friday rather
than our usual Sunday scheduling and please attend the
Jazz Camp’s FREE student concert the following evening same location at 7pm. - these kids will amaze you!
Four Bands at Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center
1110 N. 3rd St., Harrisburg PA 7pm-midnight
(Music in Stage at Herr and the Capitol Ballroom)
# of Tickets
Cost
Total
General Adm. ________
x $12 = ________
Member
________
x $10 = ________
Student
________
x $ 8 = ________
(Students must be accompanied by an adult)
Tickets for the August 13th Workshop
Jonathan Ragonese at the Art Association of Hbg.
21 North Front St., Harrisburg PA 11am - 12:15pm
All Tickets
# of Tickets
________
Cost
Total
x $5 = ________
Tickets for the August 13th Concert
Houston Person Quartet - Russell Malone Quartet
Mt. Gretna Playhouse 7:30pm
Tickets also available from Gretna Music (717) 361-1508
or their website: www.gretnamusic.org
You must order from us to get CPFJ Member Discounts!
The Central PA Friends of Jazz thanks
The Brenner Family of Dealerships
for helping us get the
JAZZMOBILE
back on the road!!
Please donate to the Ron Waters
Scholarship Fund and support our
talented young musicians. Annual
scholarships go to high school seniors
entering college for music as well as grants
for students of all ages to attend our CPFJ
Jazz Camp. You may donate on our website
www.friendsofjazz.org
or send a check to the CPFJ office at
10. 5721 Jonestown Rd., Hbg 17112
Gen. Adm. Premium
Gen. Adm. Standard
Gen. Adm. Value
Member Premium
Member Standard
Member Value
Student
# of Tickets
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Cost
Total
x $30 = ________
x $25 = ________
x $20 = ________
x $26 = ________
x $20 = ________
x $16 = ________
x $12 = ________
Tickets for the August 14th Jazz Picnic
music from 1-7 p.m. at Indian Echo Caverns
368 Middletown Rd, Hummelstown PA
# of Tickets
Cost
Total
General Adm. ________
x $15 = ________
Member
________
x $12 = ________
Student
________
x $ 5 = ________
Tickets for the August 15th Big Band
music from 7-9:30 p.m. at River City Blues Club
819 S. Cameron St., Harrisburg PA
# of Tickets
Cost
Total
All Tickets
________
x $12 = ________
Central PA Jazz Festival Passes
This ticket includes the 8/12 Jazz Party, the 8/13 Workshop
& Concert at Mt. Gretna, the 8/14 Picnic
# of Tickets
Cost
Total
Gen. Adm. Premium
________
x $64 = ________
Gen. Adm. Standard
________
x $58 = ________
Gen. Adm. Value
________
x $54 = ________
Member Premium
________
x $60 = ________
Member Standard
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x $55 = ________
Member Value
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x $52 = ________
Student
_________
x $30 = ________
MUSIC LOVERS BONANZA!!!
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As many of you know, we recently received a large bequest of over 2,500 jazz CD's and hundreds of LP's from the estate of
long time CPFJ member Joseph Shaw. We have been presenting the cd's for sale at our concerts, but limited table space has
prevented us from showing all of this collection at one time. The complete collection has now arrived at our expanded
office space where it may all be examined and purchases made.
Call for an appointment after June 1 (717-540-1010) to shop the entire collection. Pricing for the LP's will vary (these are
mostly big bands and vocalists - some quite rare and in great shape). Most CD's are sold at $5.00 per disc. Come visit us
and add some great music to your collection - thanks for your support!
If you have any records or Cds in good condition that you would like to donate, please call us. Donations to
C.P.F.J. are tax deductible.
JOIN THE CPFJ YOUTH BAND
Ron Waters is the Director for the CPFJ Youth Band.
There is no tuition fee and all applicants are accepted.
Please contact Mr. Waters at (717) 432-3109 or via email
[email protected] - all young musicians with an interest in
learning to improvise are welcome. Our continuing dedication
to jazz education led to the creation of the CPFJ Youth Band over
25 years ago. Mr. Waters is a professional arranger, composer
and trumpet player and the band is open to all school age
musicians - grade school through high school. Mr. Waters
prepares arrangements to suit the particular talents of the
participants each year. All applicants are accepted without
audition - Mr. Waters finds a niche for every instrumentalist and
vocalist. The band’s rehearsals and concerts are scheduled year
round including performances at the Central PA Jazz Festival,
Jazz Picnic, and many other events. Not only do the students get
wonderful experience playing in an improvising ensemble, but
they get to meet kids from other schools who have the same
interests. This ensemble offers a different experience than most
High School Jazz Ensembles - it is not a place where the students
simply read the notes on the page - all members learn to
improvise and get valuable experience playing jazz standards
and original music in a group setting. The Youth Band is also not
restricted to the traditional big band instrumentation (trumpets,
trombones, saxes & rhythm section) - all instruments are
welcome - we have had almost every imaginable
instrument….cello, accordion, oboe, flute, etc. in past bands.
The Youth Band plays all of our festivals and major events as well
as many civic functions and concerts - come join the fun!!
NEW ONLINE STORE at FRIENDSOFJAZZ.ORG
When you visit our web site you will notice a link to the NEW ONLINE STORE. With
this new convenient online site, you are able to pay your membership with any credit
card, and contribute to the Festival, Jazz Camp, or Ron Waters Scholarship Fund.
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There is also a link to Amazon.com on our main page that allows you to make any
purchase on Amazon and CPFJ will receive a small percentage of the purchase price
as a contribution from Amazon with no extra charges due from you.
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We hope that you will utilize these easy new links and support THE jazz service
organization in our area - the Central PA Friends of Jazz!!
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CENTRAL PA FRIENDS OF
FALL CON CERT SERIES - 2016 - SAVE THE DATES!
Friday
September 9
Sunday
October 9
Sunday
November 27
JOIN THE
CENTRAL PA
FRIENDS OF JAZZ
DR. LONNIE SMITH 9/9
LEON FOSTER THOMAS 9/9
HARRY ALLEN 10/9
PAT MARTINO 11/27
MORE GREAT MUSIC COMING YOUR WAY FROM C.P.F.J.....
LEAVE A LEGACY
Do you care about the mission of Central
Pennsylvania Friends of Jazz? Is it important
to you that jazz music continues to thrive long
after you’ve passed? Take steps today to
ensure you leave a jazz legacy for the future.
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To join our Jazz Legacy Society, include
"Central Pennsylvania Friends of Jazz" in your
will or trust, or name us as the beneficiary of
your IRA, 401(k) or 403(b).
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If you have named the Central Pennsylvania
Friends of Jazz as a beneficiary of your
planned giving or estate, please let us know by
emailing [email protected] by calling
us at 717.540.1010. If you are interested in
leaving a legacy for jazz in Central
Pennsylvania, please contact us.
THE LOIS LEHRMAN GRASS FOUNDATON
THE SHEARER FAMILY FUND
THE WELLS FOUNDATION
CPFJ TENTS AT THE 2016 ARTS FEST
NANCY & SPENCER
REED
JEFF LOVEALL & JUSTIN MORELL
AN DY A LONZ O & DAVE SANTANA
of New World Parade
JIM WOOD TRIO
TOM HILLIKER
JEFFF STABLEY
NO LAST CALL!
CPFJ YOUTH BAND
PENNLIVE/PATRIOT NEWS
ARTS FEST 2016
CPFJ is grateful to Jump Street and the Harrisburg Arts Fest for including a jazz stage again this year - there were
thousands of people in attendance and we appreciate all the great musicians who performed. Our thanks to our
volunteers and all involved - it was a fun filled weekend!!

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