Other 2019 TAJ Events
Jamil Nasser: Upright Bass
Billy Eckstine: Mr. B
Lee Morgan: I Called Him Morgan
Jelly Roll Morton: Jazz’s First Arranger
Oscar Peterson: The Will to Swing
Mary Lou Williams: 1st Lady of Jazz Keyboard
Thinking About Jazz is a public service brought to you by Southwest Renaissance Development Corporation (SRDC)--a cultural ministry arm of Westminster DC.
This free educational experience happens every other month from 1-3pm on the 4th Saturday (except December). Each one focuses on a different giant or genre of jazz and features vintage video footage and select audio recordings delivered by experts in the subject matter.
The material along with Q & A allows participants to go deeper into the history, stories and power of the art form and those who have created it.
Light refreshments are served and door prizes are given.
THINKING ABOUT JAZZ COMMITTEE
Marilyn Abraham, James Besley, Yolanda R. Coleman, Vyllorya Evans, Gwen Fleming, Wilma Goldstein, Sue K. Gresham, Blanche Hamilton, Alicia Hetzner, Donald Roe, Tangela Roe, Brenda Wilder, Von Deleah Williams
The Thinking About Jazz Committee
holds a planning meeting the last Saturday of January, March, May, July, Sept, Nov, 10am to noon at Westminster. You are invited to join this committee! Check the calendar for the next meeting. You will enjoy your welcome to the committee and the opportunity to be part of planning another great Thinking About Jazz event.