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October 7, 2007 / Tetrahedroseph

Scholarship Concert Oct. 14th…

In case you are wondering why I have not been around, or why I have been hard to get a hold of, it’s because I have been preparing for the Scholarship Concert on Sunday October 14th. All the Long Beach City College groups performing in have been working hard. It smells like gym everywhere and its hard to find a practice room.

I will be singing in The Studio Singers Jazz Choir and playing bass for the City Jazz Big Band.

There will be performances by:
The Studio Singers, directed by Tom Dustman
Viking Chorale, directed by Skye Angulo
Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Marshall Fulbright
Wind Ensemble, conducted by Brian Hamilton
City Jazz Big Band, directed by Wayne Brashear

Starts at 2:00pm on 10-14-07 (Sunday)
Tickets are $10 each or $25 for a Family Ticket (admits up to 4)
All the proceeds of this concert go to music scholarships.
Located at the Long Beach City College Auditorium on the corner of Clark and Harvey Way

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The Studio Singers Jazz Choir will be performing:
-What’ll I Do? by Irving Berlin
-Hallelujah I Love Her So by Ray Charles arranged by Alan Billingsley
-Love is here to Stay by George Gershwin and Ira arranged by Darmon Meader
-Sway by Norman Gimbel and Pablo Beltran Ruiz, arranged by Kirby Shaw

Summer Thing 2007

City Jazz Big Band will be performing:
-High Maintenance as recorded by Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band
-Funky Cha-Cha By Arturo Sandoval, Arranged by Richard Eddy and Arturo
-Strike up the Band By George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin Arranged by Ralph Ford also a musical.
-Confessin’ the Blues By Jay McShawn, Arranged by Steve Solomon

Don’t tell anyone I told you the song names, just tell them about the concert.

Suitable activity for all ages.
It’s a great date activity.
I wish pets were allowed.

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  1. shiborigirl / Oct 15 2007 2:43 pm

    winnie, who is 102, enjoyed the concert immensely! thanks for providing a great afternoon- she couldn’t stop talking about it all the way home! it brought back some very vivid memories for her of her time as second soprano in a glee group back in MO over 70 years ago!

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  2. mofojo / Oct 20 2007 1:21 am

    Tell Winnie it was a pleasure to bring back good memories. Thanks for coming.

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