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Jun 2, 2007

Everybody Dance!
“Seventh Event” Honors “So You Think You Can Dance”

Contact: Crystal Kusiak
Jeff Jones
Sharp and Associates
(310) 652-7770

The Gabriella Axelrad Education Foundation presents the
“Seventh Event” to benefit its everybody dance! program and
the Gabriella Charter School on Saturday June 2 at USC’s
Bing Theatre. Creator/Producers Nigel Lythgoe and Simon
Fuller will accept the Limelight Award for their hit FOX
series “So You Think You Can Dance”. The pair also produces
the phenomenal American Idol. The Gregory Hines Humanity
Award goes to Emmy & American Choreography Award winning
performer/choreographer Jason Samuels Smith of LA Tap Fest,
which will be presented by Dule Hill, the recipient of the
award last year, and Debbie Allen. The event will feature
special performances from the students of Everybody Dance!

For over seven years, everybody dance! has been giving Los
Angeles’ underserved children a chance to expand their
potential and broaden their horizons through the arts. Both
the charter school, which opened in 2005, and the dance
programs strive to instill a love of learning, dance and
the arts. Both programs are located in the densely
populated Rampart section in Los Angeles and together serve
over one thousand children.

The Foundation was established in memory of Gabriella
Axelrad, a 13-year-old who loved to dance. In her honor,
her brother, Joe Axelrad, will serve as the host for the
evening. Event chair, Wendy Beiser says, “Our organization
believes it shouldn’t be just a privilege, but a right for
every child to have access to the arts and excellence in
education. It enriches their lives and opens up their world
in ways we cannot measure. Our event celebrates our kids
and those in the arts community who share this belief.”

Dance instruction is provided at little or no cost to
ethnically diverse, economically disadvantaged children in
Los Angeles. The Foundation’s mission is to help each child
it serves nurture self-confidence, acquire self-discipline
and create a positive self-image through the arts.

“Dance has allowed me to have so many wonderful experiences
throughout my life. Giving a child a chance to develop
their talent and passion for dance is a wonderful gift that
can change the course of their journey. When I first
learned of Everybody Dance and all that they were doing I
was inspired. I had to get involved,” says presenter and
long time supporter Dule Hill.

Other honorees include writer and dancer, Tatiana
Blackington James and Todd James of the Capital Group, who
will receive the Founders Award. Elizabeth Levitt Hirsch,
philanthropist and arts benefactor will receive the Patron

Attendees include: Dule Hill (The West Wing), Debbie
Allen, Tiffany (recording artist), Shondrella Avery
(Napoleon Dynamite)

Please save the date for this incredible event!

Power of Drum II

This year we experience some of the leading ladies in the
world of percussion.

Terri Lyne Carrington http://www.terrilynecarrington.com
Valerie Naranjo http://www.mandaramusic.com
Eriko Daimo http://www.marimba1.com/artists.html &
Dormeshia Sumbry Edwards

Produced by Michael Wimberly for MW Productions
Associate Producer Monique Ndigo Washington

The Ailey Extension is pleased to announce the addition of
many new classes in the month of June!
Starting JUNE 1 - Hip Hop/R & B with Kelly Peters, Fridays
at 3PM
Starting JUNE 5 - Theater Dance (Int Adv) with David
Marquez, Tuesdays & Thursdays at 4:30PM. (This class will
no longer be offered on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays).
Starting JUNE 6 - Jazz (Beg) with Sue Samuels, Wednesdays
at 7:30PM
Starting JUNE 7 - Hip Hop (Int) with Tweetie, Thursdays at
Starting JUNE 12 - Tap (Int Adv) with Jason Samuels Smith,
Tuesdays at 4:30PM
Starting JUNE 14 - Tap (Adv Beg) with Jason Samuels Smith,
Thursdays at 7:30PM

Pilates Integrated with Muscle Release Technique
With Sarita Allen (Pilates Instructor & Former AAADT
dancer) and Daniel Loigerot (DL FIT, Certified Pilates
Instructor & Founder)
2 Wednesdays: June 6 & 13, 2007
6:30PM – 8:30PM
SAMARA 2007 - A Workshop in Middle Eastern Dance
With Samara & special guest instructor, Jajouka
June 22 – 26, 2007
Friday – Tuesday
11AM – 5PM
(with a 1-hour lunch break)
The Joan Weill Center for Dance
405 West 55th Street (at 9th Avenue)
New York, NY 10019
(212) 405-9500
Sharon Gersten Luckman Executive Director
Yvette L. Campbell Director of The Ailey Extension

Tap Overload Showcase with Special Guest Sarah Reich 6/2
Tap Overload presents T.O Junior Company Showcase!
and Special Guests Tap Overload Company Members and Sarah

Saturday, June 2
7:30 pm

Lifetime Performing Arts Theatre
120 Columbia Suite #150, Aliso Viejo, CA
Tickets: $5 in advance $6 at the door

For more info visit www.tapoverload.com

Dendê & Hahahaes
Original Afro-Brazilian Music
Saturday, June 2nd
8:30pm - 1:30am
204 Varick Street (@ Houston)
Formed in 2002, Hãhãhães is named after the Indian tribe
Pataxó-Hãhãhães that once inhabited the city of Salvador in
Bahia, Brazil. Lead by master Afro-Brazilian percussionist
Dendê, the beat is always central, but it is tempered by
thought provoking lyrics and sweet melodies. Comprised of
musicians of various backgrounds, the groups’ diversity
permeates its music with rhythms ranging from Nigerian
Afrobeat to Brazilian Samba to Cuban Pilón.
About Dendê
A former member of Timbalada, Dendê has been performing
professionally since the age of 14. With Timbalada, Dendê
toured all over Brazil, Europe and Asia, appeared on
various television shows and has performed and recorded
with such artists as Marisa Monte, Gilberto Gil, Carlinhos
Brown, Yvette Sangalo and Sepultura. Having left Brazil in
2001, Dendê now lives in New York, performing and recording
with his groups Hãhãhães, an Afro-Brazilian/Afro-Cuban
band, Arrastão an Afro-Brazilian percussion band and
Ologundê, an Afro-Brazilian folkloric music and dance
group. With these groups he has toured all over the US and
Europe. In addition to his own work, he has his performed
and recorded with artists such as Mongo Santamaría, Jerry
Gonzales, Daniel Moreno, Tico da Costa, Vinicius Cantuária
and Alessandra Belloni. Dendê also teaches Afro-Brazilian
percussion in the New York City area.

The Band
Dende: percussion and vocals
Leslie: percussion and vocals
Jean-Marie: percussion
Adriano Santos: drums
Kahil Ferraris: guitar
Ricardo Palma: bass
Miho: keyboard
Ze Luis: sax and flute

June 2: Pheeroan akLaff with special guest LaTasha N.
Nevada Diggs

A message from Rashida:

Hi friends and colleagues,

This is just a reminder about my curatorial debut @ The
Kitchen this Friday, June 1st & Saturday June 2nd.

Pheeroan akLaff is an amazing and visionary drummer. You
may be familiar with his work with Amiri Baraka and Cecil
Taylor, among others. LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs, whom I've
known as writer/cultural critic is an equally amazing
performer combining vocals, verse and video with live and
electronic music.

I hope to see you here!


Tickets: $10

To purchase tickets call the Box Office: 212-255-5793 ext.

Box Office Hours: Tue-Sat, 2-6pm

VISA, American Express, and MasterCard accepted. Paid
reservations only. A $1 per ticket handling fee applies to
all phone orders.

For more information about all Kitchen events, visit
The Kitchen is located at 512 West 19th Street between 10th
and 11th Avenues.
Subway: A, C, E to 14th Street; 1 to 18th Street; L to 8th
512 West 19th Street, New York, NY 10011 212-255-5793
BDC Grand Re-Opening!!!
New Studio Opens June 4th!
Join us for an open house:
Saturday, June 2
12 noon- 3:00 p.m.
For more information on summer schedules & special events:

ATTENTION: Tap Dance Film to premiere in Los Angeles!

The Rise and Fall of Miss Thang, an urban dance drama set

Chicago will have it's World Premiere at the Hollywood
Black Film

Festival. The film will screen once at 5:30pm on June 6,
2007 at

the Fine Arts Theatre located at 8556 Wilshire Blvd in

Hills, California. Tickets are $12.


The Rise and Fall of Miss Thang is a tap dance drama about

Miller aka Miss Thang, a former tap dancing prodigy, who
now spends

her time ruling the dance floor at the local nightclub. She

confronted with reality when her mother's expensive
gambling habit

puts everything that they hold dear in jeopardy. Dee's only

is a new friend, who re-introduces her to the world of tap

The HD Feature stars Dormeshia Sumbry Edwards, a world

tap dancer who made history when she became the first

performer in Savion Glover's Bring in 'Da Noise, Bring in
'Da Funk

on Broadway. She made her Broadway debut at the age of 12,
in the

musical revue Black and Blue. Her film credits include
"TAP" with

Gregory Hines and Spike Lee's "Bamboozled" where she was
also the

Assistant Choreographer.

Written and Directed by first time feature filmmaker,
Stacie E.

Hawkins, the film was shot in Chicago in only 17 days
during the

summer of 2006. Hollywood Black Film Festival runs from
June 5-10

in Beverly Hills California.


Rennes Tap Intensive - last call
A message from Christophe Ligeron:
Hi, all tappers

Just a quick note to inform you that the Rennes Tap
Intensive (Rennes-France, July 1st to 6th, with Heather
Cornell and Max Pollak) is getting full quickly. As you
might know, we deliberately limit the amount of students in
each class (up to 25), in order to allow our guests artists
to give you the best of their pedagogy and to allow you to
have the best benefit of their teaching.

You can check all the program on

Some classes, especially the intermediate, are nearly full.
If you want to confirm your coming to Rennes, you send
email us back stating the classes you intend to register.

We’re of course at your own disposal (by email or phone +
33 2 99 92 03 82) if you need any information about the
classes, the accommodation, travelling …

All the very best, and even if you cannot attend, have the
best summer tapping all around the world,

Christophe Ligeron
Tap Breizh coordinator
ITA rep for France



Friday June 15
The St. Luke's Theatre
308 West 46th Street
New York, NY 10036
(bet. 8th and 9th)

Broadway Underground is 90 minutes of fast moving
contagious energy flowing through live music and dance.
Manhattan's best kept secret is hosted by two of New York's
most infectious personalities, Jared Grimes and DeWitt
Fleming, Jr. who promise to keep you rolling in your seats
from beginning to end. This show leaves you wanting more.
With the sounds of
Nicki Denner-Clive Lendore-Will Johnson-Freddie Simpson
dance by

featuring new guest artists along with
rsvp by June 13 at info@projectdance.com

A message from Stephanie Reice:


My name is Stephanie Reice and I was referred to you by
Claudia Rhardjanoto. I'm actually a student of Lynne
Schwab, Barbara Duffy, Brenda Buffalino, and Derick Grant.
I am writing to you because I am volunteering through a
non-profit organization called Artist's Striving to End
Poverty (ASTEP) and am going to Port Elizabeth, South
Africa to facilitate a theater arts camp with the
impoverished children from the townships outside of PE.
There are 7 artists going to work with the children and
besides doing acting and singing workshops with the
children, I have been asked to facilitate basic tap classes
with the kids.

My goal is collect about 40-50 pairs of used tap shoes for
children in jr. high and high school. I'm wondering if you
have any resources in finding these used tap shoes or know
of anyone who could donate new ones.

Here is the website for the organization I am working with:
www.createsomethinggood.com. If you happened to watch NY1
last week, the woman who started the non-profit was named
New Yorker of the week, Mary-Mitchell Campbell, last week.
Here is the link to the article on NY1:

The organization is supported by many people within the
Broadway Community which is how I heard about this
wonderful organization. If there is any way you could help
me in this endeavor it would be greatly appreciated. Also
if there are any kind of instructional video tapes or dvds
that you might be able to donate that I could leave the
kids with after I leave that may be very helpful to them.
The arts camp (which was originally run out of Julliard)
has never had a tap dancer facilitate classes with these
kids so this will be the first time they will be exposed to
tap dance and although I may not have much time with them I
would love to be able to leave them with the shoes and
videos for after I leave.

Thank you for your time and consideration,

Stephanie Reice

featuring dazzling
African, Haitian, Brazilian, Cuban, Bellydance, Salsa,
Capoeira, Dunham, Hip Hop, & more!...
Saturday June 9th, 2007 @ 7 pm
AT THE F.I.T Haft Theater
West 27th Street ( Bet 7th & 8th Av )
1,9,N,R TRAINS TO 28TH ST / A,C,E,F to 34th Street
Adult Tickets $25 Advance/ $29 Door / Children 10 & under

www.djoniba.com or 212-477-3474


Lori Michaels Weekend - Red Party in Orlando FL & CW11 Fair


Every year, on the first weekend of June (official "pride
month"), GAY DAYS
takes over Orlando Florida.
It is a weekend JAM-packed with events for the LGBT
community and attracts over
135,000+ people from all over the world!
Some of the largest and most incredible events & parties in
the world take place
in Orlando over this weekend. "With some of the most
imaginative and innovative
venues found anywhere, Orlando's Gay Days has
something-for-everyone in an
unbeatable combination of attractions, events, and parties.
From the tropical
wonderland of the Gay Days host hotel, the Royal Plaza, to
the thrill rides of
The Magic Kingdom, you're sure to find a event that will
amaze and delight you".

One such event will be happening at the Grosvenor Hotel
THIS Friday, June 1st!
THE RED PARTY benefiting the Joey DiPaolo AIDS Foundation
Headlining Performance by: Lori Michaels Me & The Girls
*(If anyone would like to make a very generous donation
directly to the Joey
DiPaolo AIDS Foundation for this particular event, we can
arrange to include a
few backstage passes to meet Lori & the girls, free concert
tickets and free
entrance to the after party with Me & The Girls).

Then it's back to NYC for SUNDAY, JUNE 3rd -where Me & The
Girls are headlining
the CW11 stage (for the Care for Kids Foundation) at the
2nd Avenue Street Fair
Festival. This event runs non-stop from Noon to 5pm on the
CW 11 Entertainment
Stage (produced & hosted by DREAM MAKERS MUSIC RECORDING
It's a day full of dance, music & fun for the whole family
featuring LIVE music
by: Leo, Never the Nines, and Vaeda!
And, check out the 15 year old Latin Pop Sensation with a
whole lotta soul,
Cristina Marie! Be the first to be entertained by REACH
OUT's upcoming star: 7
year old SKYLAR MAY, the newest addition to the Dream
Makers Music Line-up!
The stage is located on 2nd Avenue between 79th and 80th
streets and includes
appearances by CW 11's News at Ten, The Morning Show, and
more network
happenings! For more info. check out our websites below or
just call us
directly at:


message from Rome:

Greetings Folks,

This has been a wonderful time for me to beam with
pride over the accomplishments of some of my artistic
friends, like
the young fifteen old alto sax player (Elijah Shiffer) who
always raving about. Well Elijah just received two
Awards for his first CD. You remember Elijah, he
periodically stops down to the jam sessions and was
featured at my Banana Puddin' Jazz
Jam in February with his group. Then there's my good
friend Ron
Cephus Jones an actor who just so happen to have started
his acting
career out as the lead (Lee Morgan) in the play "Don't
which I directed at the Nuyorican in 92'. Well last week
I was at
the Obie Awards when Ron was honored with one of Off-
Broadway most
prestigious awards along with some other good friends,
Andre De
Shields, Lou Bellamy and Daniel Beaty. Prior to that I
received the opportunity
to see the new August Wilson play, "Radio Golf" on Broadway
recently received news that my good friend, Anthony
Chisholm has
been nominated for a TONY award for his excellent work.
Also one of
my favorite theatre companies, The Classical Theatre and
one of the
sponsors of my Banana Puddin' Jazz series, continues to
make me beam
with pride as they have just received a Lucille Lortel
Award for
their outstanding body of work. Make sure you go see
Alfred Preisser
and Chris McElroen's new classic work, Electra, opening
this week.


Now I get the opportunity to feature another
wonderful friend and talent I'm very proud of, the
marvtastic tap dancer, Michela Marino Lerman along with the
Shakere Award winning
legendary bassist, Bob Cunningham and his trio. It's going
to be a hot
night in the house this Saturday night, however we do have
enough air
conditioning and jazz to keep you cool.

Stay Banana Puddin' Sweet,


Rome Neal's
Banana Puddin' Jazz Jam and Open Mic

Tap Sensation

Michele Marino-Lerman

Michela Marino-Lerman, first appeared on Sesame Street at
the age of
5. In 2002 she was showcased on the cover of the February
issue of
Dance Teacher Magazine with Gregory Hines and in 2005 was
featured in
Dance Spirit magazine as one of the 20 hottest tap dancers
under 20.

Throughout the years Michela has appeared in both the Tap
Extravaganza and Tap City numerous times. In 2002 she
performed with
Jennifer Holliday on Broadway in Nothing Like A Dame. In
2003 she
was inducted to the famed Copasetics as their first and
only female
lifetime honorary member. Since 2004, Michela has been
around Spain and Tokyo with Rafael Amargo's Enramblao. In
the fall
of 2005, she choreographed the tap section of the opening
number for
the Bermuda Music Festival with UDP, starring Al Green,
Angie Stone,
and Patti LaBelle. Gratefully mentored and guided by
Buster Brown,
Gregory Hines, and Leroy Myers, Michela is a performer,
teacher, and
choreographer dedicated to spreading the art of tap around
the world.

with the

Bob Cunningham Trio

The Legendary Bob Cunningham (bass), G. Earl Grice

(drums), Burt

Eckoff (piano)

(Music during the breaks will be supplied by DJ
Gatsby who will mix some of the best vintage jazz sounds
you will hear)

followed by

The Jazz Jam & Open Mic

Saturday, June 2, 2007 @ 10pm

Admission: $10


At the world famous

Nuyorican Poets Cafe

236 East 3rd Street, (bet B & C Aves.)

(Take F- Train to 2nd Avenue)

For more Info: 212 - 465-3167 or


www.nuyorican.org or www.myspace.com/romeneal

Banana Puddin' Jazz Sponsored by:

John D. Smith, Machijahhats.com, Jazz Improv Magazine,

RussianandTurkishbaths.com, Bobcunninghambass.com,

Eddy of Saint

Nick’s Pub, Classical Theatre of Harlem,

Pure Jazz Magazine,

Save the date! Saturday, June 23 the American Tap Dance
Foundation will hold open auditions seeking new members of
the "Tap City Youth Ensemble" for the 2007-08 season.

Where & When
151 W. 26 St.
Between 6th and 7th Ave.
5th Floor
Saturday, June 23, 2007
11:30-2:30 pm

About the Tap City Youth Ensemble:
The Tap City Youth Ensemble is a project of the American
Tap Dance Foundation. The mission is to nurture and educate
the next generation of tap dancers through professional
quality training and performance opportunities; preserving
classic tap repertory and developing new tap works through
a repertory ensemble; and presenting the vital American art
of tap dance to New York audiences of all ages.
Since the debut season in January 2006, the TCYE has
featured 42 dancers from across New York City, Long Island,
upstate NY, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania. The
company repertory includes works of choreography from
leading tap artists such as Brenda Bufalino, Harold Cromer,
Barbara Duffy, Jared Grimes, plus classic tap repertory by
Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, Charles "Honi" Coles, the
Copasetics. The Ensemble was featured in articles in Dance
Spirit Magazine and Time Out New York Kids and appeared on
television on NY 1 and "Me TV" on Nickelodeon.
Dancers hone tap skills and deepen their knowledge of tap
history through special master classes, rehearsals with
guest tap artists and live musicians, video showings and
tap history lessons. The Tap City Youth Ensemble performs
in a range of New York area venues including formal
concerts, school shows, free public events, and Tap City -
The New York City Tap Festival.
To participate in the Tap City Youth Ensemble, you must be
available to attend rehearsal on Sundays. The 2007-08
season for TCYE will officially begin on Sunday, Oct. 7th,
2007. Rehearsals for all divisions of TCYE are held on
Sundays between the hours of 11:30-6:00pm (official
rehearsal times tba, each group rehearses for 2-3 hours
during this time period).
TCYE audition information
Dancers of intermediate-advanced level between the ages of
10-14 should arrive and check in at 11:30 am. The audition
for these dancers will begin at 12:00, and end by 12:45.
Advanced dancers between the ages of 13- 18 should arrive
and check in at 12:30. The audition for these dancers will
start at 1:00 and end by 2:30.
The audition will be a structured tap class. Please wear
dance clothes and hard soled, low heeled tap shoes. There
is no fee for the audition.
All dancers who plan to audition MUST pre-register for the
audition via email by June 18th.
Audition results will be sent via email by June 30th, 2007.

Please send an e-mail to shebach@atdf.org complete with the
following information:
Parent e-mail: (this will be the address for the
notification of audition results)
Student Name:
Date of Birth & current age:
Parent/Guardian names:
Parent’s home phone:
Cell or alternate phone:
Student e-mail: (optional)
Mailing address:
Home dance studio & current tap instructor:
Where do you go to school?
Are you a member of any other performing group or
Please list (i.e. a competition group, chorus, sports team)

Please contact Susan Hebach, co-director of TCYE, with any
questions via email: shebach@atdf.org. And remember, the
deadline for audition registration is June 18th.

Get Ready to Dance, Sweat &
Have fun with Robin
Advanced Beginner Hip Hop

Don't forget Robin teaches Tuesdays
from 7:30-9pm as well!!!

The Joan Weill Center for Dance
405 West 55th Street,
(Corner of 9th Avenue)
New York, NY 10019

New York Classical Theatre's "Shakespeare on the Run"
Presents it's 8th Season of FREE Theatre in Central Park!

"Love's Labour's Lost"
by William Shakespeare
Directed by Stephen Burdman
May 31-June 24, 2007
Thursdays-Sundays, at 7pm Sharp
at West 103rd Street & CPW inside Central Park ,
All Ages
Subways: B or C to 103rd St & CPW
Bus: M7, M10, to 103rd Street & CPW
No Tickets or Reservations Needed, Just Show Up!
Hotline: 212-252-4531
Spring is in the air with "Love's Labour's Lost", when boys
swear off love in pursuit of knowledge. Boys meet girls.
Watch how quickly boys' oaths are forgotten in favor of
other more "earthly pursuits." Shakespeare's lush romantic
comedy roams through Central Park, but with a twist.

Stephen Burdman, Artistic Director, will direct you in the
right direction, so you won't miss a thing. When you enter
at West 103rd Street and Central Park West you will be led
into the park where the play will begin. Central Park's
grounds set the stage for this production and then the fun
really begins!

As you watch the show, the next scene that is about to
happen starts about 50 feet away, and then we are off. The
whole audience follows the actors to where the scene is
taking place every 10-15 minutes, so no snoozing during
this show!

The play begins at West 103rd Street and moves around the
lake using footbridges, trees, rocks, benches and even the
audience as scenery!

Lots of fun with this Shakespeare production, it's great
for the whole family.

Wear comfortable shoes or sneakers, and you can come on
your bike, rollerblades, heely's or scooters. You can even
bring along your dog for the walk! The show is wheelchair
accessible and also, perfect to bring the little ones in
their strollers, (no problem if they fall asleep).

As the sun goes down, Stephen and his crew - - with a
little help from Central Park's fireflies - - will light
the show.

New York Classical provides a great night of FREE theatre
for the family, a date, friends, or even those who are
flying solo!

Shakespeare enthusiasts and those new to the Bard will have
a great time experiencing Shakespeare with New York
Classical Theatre!

New York Classical Theatre will have their rehearsals open
to the public during May 3-May 30, at 103rd Street & CPW,
varying times, everyday except for Fridays.

**Now for the 2nd Year! New York Classical Theatre along
with Central Park Conservancy, will run a FREE, 45 minute
Shakespeare Workshop for Children at the same location of
103rd Street & CPW.

This workshop is for Kids Ages 8-10 and will be held the
last two Friday's & Saturday's, June 16, 17, 23 & 24 at
5:00 pm-5:45PM (parents/guardians required). No
reservations, just show up!

Pack a picnic for after the workshop and then enjoy the
show at 7pm!
message from Victor Goines:

Dear Jazz Lover,
My friend, Luis Bonilla simply would not stop
telling me what a great time everyone had at last month’s
Friends’ Night Out.
On June 13, I will perform at the next Friends’
Night Out event, and I want to see you there!
Remember, this is a special event for Friends of
Jazz at Lincoln Center. Please become a Friend of Jazz at
Lincoln Center today and join us! I know how important
supporters are to our performances and programs. Their
generous donations help keep this wonderful American music
as widely available as possible.
Help us help jazz! Join JALC today and receive a
host of great benefits, including an exclusive invitation
to the Friends’ Night Out reception with complimentary
refreshments, music and jazz-loving supporters like you.
Click here to see more benefits.
Join today. Your membership gift is
Plus, for a gift of $100 or more, we'll throw in a free
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra CD.

For the love of jazz,
Victor Goines