Members-Only Party, Dec. 10

November 18, 2017

A Benefit of your Membership

What: Free party for supporters of Healdsburg Jazz
Where:
E&M Atrium, 126 Mill St.
When: Sunday Dec. 10, 3 – 6 p.m.

This year’s Members-Only Party takes place Sunday afternoon, Dec. 10, from 3 to 6 p.m. –  it’s free for all members of Healdsburg Jazz, one of the benefits of your support of Healdsburg Jazz.

The Members-Only Party is an annual event free to members of Healdsburg Jazz. To learn more about Membership visit this page, or make sure you get your invitation by joining now.

If you are a member, you will receive a Punchbowl invitation to this party in your email. There is no way to register for the party on this site.

We’ll have complimentary food, wine and music from the Chuck Sher All Stars, a close-knit band of seasoned musicians who have a ball playing together. They play all kinds of jazz including bebop, Latin jazz, standards and “totally unique original compositions.” We’re confident you’ll find them a great “party band” for our Members-Only Party.

The band includes bassist Chuck Sher, a widely-traveled musician who is also the founder of Sher Music Co., perhaps the world’s foremost jazz publishing house, based in Sonoma County, and the host of KRCB’s Jazz Connections; flautist Bob Afifi, who has played and recorded with numerous bands in the North Bay including the Ricardo Peixoto Quartet, Mel Graves and Randy Vincent; guitarist Jordan Samuels who has been studying, performing and teaching throughout the San Francisco Bay Area for the last 20 years; Doug Morton, a seasoned and highly proficient jazz performer who, in addition, has been the principle trumpet player for the Santa Rosa Symphony since 1992; and drummer Marc Carmi Smith who also performs with the Miles Ahead Group, Suspects of Soul, the Starduster Orchestra, Extra Ordinary Astronauts and the North Bay All Stars.

This fun event is to thank you for your continued support. To verify your membership information, please contact our office at info@healdsburgjazz.org or phone (707) 433-4633.

 

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