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Holiday Show: The Music of Vince Guaraldi
Concerts
Date: December 10, 2013
Time: 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Location: Show map
Blumenthal Booth Playhouse
Founders Hall
130 North Tryon Street
Charlotte, NC 28202

Contact: Lonnie Davis
Phone: 704-336-9350
Email: LonnieDavis@theJazzArts.org
Site: www.thejazzarts.org

Join Charlotte’'s JazzArts Initiative (JAI) for a special holiday show - The Music of Vince Guaraldi. The show is sponsored by Concentrated and part of JAI’s acclaimed monthly series—The Jazz Room @ The Stage Door Theater and includes a catered pre-reception and a silent auction from 5:30-6:30PM to support the JAI Jazz Academy and Performance-based programs. Vince Guaraldi is perhaps best known for his beloved piano score to the immensely popular Charlie Brown/Peanuts TV specials and movies including the seasonal favorite “Merry Christmas Charlie Brown.” Five of Charlotte’s top jazz pianists—Chad Lawson, Mark Stallings, Lovell Bradford, Bill Hanna, and Charles Craig— along with an ensemble of regional musicians and vocalists, will be playing the music of the legendary composer and many other holiday classics.




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