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Jazz Benefit Event, Trio da Paz and Harry Allen! Wine and Buffet Included! March 13th

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RobertaOnTheArts.com and A.C. Pianocraft, Inc.

Are Pleased to Announce
A Piano-Plus Jazz Series

March 13, 2006, Harry Allen Saxophone with Helio Alves on Piano and Trio da Paz, Nilson Matta on Bass, Duduka Da Fonseca on Drums, Maucha Adnet on Vocals

All Concert Profits to be Sent to The New Orleans Musicians' Clinic http://wwoz.org/clinic/

$20/Ticket, At the Door, Includes 8 - 10 PM Concert, Wine, and Hors D'Oeuvres To Reserve VIP Seating by PayPal, Contact [email protected]

PLUS Raffle for a Choice Treatment at www.SpaJa.com ! (Bring Business Cards)

Flowers by Matles Florist www.florists.ftd.com/matles Nine Concerts, Once/Month
October, 2005 through June, 2006
Monday Evenings
8:00 - 10:00 PM
At
AC Pianocraft Showroom/Concert Space
333 West 52nd Street (Btw. 8th and 9th)
NYC, NY 10019

Contact: [email protected] for all inquiries.

October 10, Vana Gierig Brazilian-Jazz Piano Trio, with Sean Conly on Bass and Gene Jackson on Drums November 7, Fernando Otero Tango-Jazz Piano Duo, with Nicolas Danielson on Violin

December 5, 2005, Jim Ridl Jazz Piano Duo, with Diane Monroe on Violin

January 9, 2006, Alon Yavnai Piano Trio, Jazz with Middle-Eastern and South American Influences, with Massimo Biolcati on Bass and Take Toriyama on Drums February 6, 2006, Hendrik Meurken and Helio Alves Brazilian Jazz Piano Duo with Hendrik Meurkens on Harmonica and Helio Alves on Antique Steinway

March 13, 2006, Harry Allen Saxophone with Brazilian Trio da Paz Plus, on Piano, Bass, Drums, Vocals

April 3, 2006, Daryl Sherman Piano Vocals with Jay Leonhart on Bass

May 1, 2006, Elio Villafranca and Wilson “Chembo" Corniel, Jr. on Piano and Latin Percussion for Cuban Jazz Fusion

June 5, 2006, Two sets: Tango and World Fusion (Duo Pianos with Maurizio Najt and Thomas Barth) and a New Orleans Mix with Lenore Raphael Trio and Kuni Mikami

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