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Tonight - Jazz Thursdays Series at the MacPhail Center for Music

Location:  MacPhail Center for Music, Antonello Hall, 501 South 2nd Street

Cost: Adults $10, Students $5

Time:
Q&A with artists 7:00pm–7:30pm
Concert begins at 8:00pm

Location:  MacPhail Center for Music, Antonello Hall, 501 South 2nd Street

Cost: Adults $10, Students $5

Jazz Thursdays: Meditations and Revelations, celebrating the works of jazz great Charles Mingus. “So Long Eric” featuring Mike Lewis, saxophone; Greg Lewis, trumpet; J.T. Bates, drums; Adam Linz, double bass; Bryan Nichols, piano.
 
Half politician, Half musician. Half New World explorer. Charles Mingus set the new standard for intensity in jazz. From wild highs to beautiful lows his music has shaped young musicians all over the world to ask, “Why is Governor Faubus so ridiculous?”

For more information call 612-321-0100.

The MacPhail Center for Music is located in the Historic Mill District of Minneapolis.

 

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