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Greetings Jazz Friends,
There is much to celebrate in May. Longer daylight hours, beautiful spring weather, budding flowers and Mother’s Day. But, did you know that May is also American Bike Month? Or that National Nurses Week is celebrated in May? There are many things to celebrate in between May Day and Memorial Day. And, these are all great reasons to enjoy great programming here at the American Jazz Museum.
Programming highlights include a new fabulous exhibition in the Chaning Gallery, entitled – Jazzography: “The Performance Portraits of Bob Barry” which runs from May 9th to July 21st. Be sure to attend our Grand Opening of this fabulous show of one of the world’s most celebrated jazz photo artists. The Jammin’ at the Gem performance series season finale concert on May 18th features smooth jazz legend Alex Bugnon with Cindy Bradley. The award-winning Blue Room features the legendary jazz reedman Bobby Watson premiering his brand new “I Have A Dream Band” on May 17th and May 18th. Not to be missed!
We hope you enjoy the new and improved www.americanjazzmuseum.org. The site makes your surfing experience easy and allows you to arrive at your data destination within 2 clicks. Additional construction includes a roll out of our E-Commerce section and a mobile app – all aimed at connecting you to great products and programs offered at the American Jazz Museum. And don’t forget be sure to “like” us on Facebook and “follow” us on Twitter.
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