Wednesday, May 30th – 7:30-9:30 pm
CCSF Jazz Club Party! All are invited!
The CCSF Jazz Club is made up of musicians who’ve played for decades as well as musicians who are new to jazz. There are 3 vocalists, 2 pianists, 5 horn players, and a rhythm section that includes fretless electric bass.
The club was created in early 2017 so that jazz musicians at CCSF could play together, network, learn and get performance opportunities.
Come hang with the musicians and enjoy a set of performances that will show their range and chops in a congenial atmosphere for sure!
Chega De Saudade
Cry Me A River
The Jody Grind
What Is This Thing Called Love
Adina Pernell, vocals
Helen Palma, vocals, violin
Stephanie Woodford, piano, vocals
Megan Wegmann, piano
John Luu, trumpet, flute
Ferdinand Hartanto, alto sax, melodica, clarinet
Dianne Douglas, alto sax
German Murashov, tenor sax
Van Mares, baritone sax, clarinet
Katsumi Asazawa, guitar
Elijah Pontecorvo, bass
Raul A Menjivar, drums
(Jacob Thumas, ICC Representative)
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The IMA can be a conduit for you, if you join in to make it work.
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