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Clarinet Virtuoso Eddie Daniels and Vocalist Kevin Mahogany with the South Florida Jazz Orchestra Saturday, November 17, 2007 - 8:00 PM

SOURCE: Published: 2007-11-13
eddie daniels This is a rare opportunity to see two great artists doing their unique material, accompanied by an energetic and powerful big band. Join us for this magnificent concert that benefits South Florida JAZZ educational programs in the community. Excellent seats are still available with VIP amenities if you desire them. Each artist will be featured for a set of personal arrangements with the 16-piece South Florida JAZZ Orchestra, followed by a jam at the conclusion of a thrilling evening.

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What they said about Kevin and Eddie:

About Eddie

“It is a rare event in jazz where one man can all but reinvent an instrument bringing it to a new stage of revolution." - Leonard Feather

“Eddie combines elegance and virtuosity in a way that makes me remember Arthur Rubenstein. He is a thoroughly well-bred demon." - Leonard Bernstein

About Kevin

“...the standout jazz vocalist of his generation." - Newsweek Magazine

“There is little Mahogany cannot do." - Whitney Balliet, New Yorker

“Mahogany is one of the first truly gifted male vocalists to emerge in years." - Los Angeles Times



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Toll-free:877.311.SHOW (7469); 954.462.0222
Rose & Alfred Miniaci Performing Arts Center
Nova Southeastern University
3100 Ray Ferrero, Jr Blvd
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33314
VIP Packages include:
Prime Reserved Seats
Pre-Concert Cocktail Party
2008 South Florida JAZZ Membership
One-year Subscription to JazzTimes Magazine
954.462.0222
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