Jazz is for Everyone: A Community Concert

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Tuesday, June 5, 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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Metropolis Performing Arts Centre
111 W Campbell St, Arlington Heights, IL

Lakeside Pride Jazz Orchestra kicks off Bravo! Create Your Summer with a family-friendly performance for cool cats of all ages. Don’t miss this interactive musical extravaganza that everyone can enjoy. From big band hits and jazz favorites, to live readings with musical accompaniment, the entire evening is inspired by the library's summer artist-in-residence -- picture book author, illustrator and jazz enthusiast Chris Raschka. Register a family or group of up to four.

The Lakeside Pride Jazz Orchestra is a twenty-piece jazz band that offers thrilling and engaging performances spanning the full spectrum of the jazz repertoire. This group of advanced players has been honored to perform at many large-scale events throughout Chicago, including appearances headlining the Chicago History Museum’s Last Speakeasy Annual Gala and the Adler Planetarium’s Adler After Dark series. Lakeside Pride Music Ensembles is a non-profit organization that provides a welcoming environment of inclusion and diversity for LGBT and allied musicians to find community.

Lakeside Pride Jazz Orchestra
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06/05/2018 19:00:00 06/05/2018 20:30:00 America/Chicago Jazz is for Everyone: A Community Concert Arlington Heights Memorial Library Program See Description for Location,
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