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Jazz Performance on WLRN's South Florida Arts Beat on August 14th

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Please tune in for another studio performance on WLRN's South Florida Arts Beat featuring Jeannette Claudine Romeu Jazz Family Project on Friday, August 14, 2009

Jeannette Claudine Romeu is a fifth generation musician, with the gift of perfect pitch who recorded her first live orchestrated album when she was only four years of age. She studied classical piano and music theory all throughout her childhood, attending Russian music conservatories in Havana, Cuba. As a young teenager, Jeannette moved to Madrid, Spain, where she studied the Spanish Classical guitar. Jeannette later came to the U.S. to study Jazz and graduated with national honors from the University of Miami School of Music with a Bachelors Degree in Jazz Piano Performance.

Also known as Galaxy Girl, she is a composer of many genres of music and a virtuoso on a number of instruments. Galaxy Girl is well known for her very entertaining live trance shows and has said, “I am neither of the East nor the West.

No boundaries exist in my heart or path.

Shell perform with members of her family, her father Armando de Sequiera Romeu on acoustic bass, Armando Romeu, Jr. on vibes, Zulema Romeu on accordion and Alberto Romeu on drums.

Join us for the great Latin Jazz of the
Jeannette Claudine Romeu Jazz Family Project
on WLRN's South Florida Arts Beat
Friday, August 14th at 1:00pm Eastern

Tune in regionally in South East Florida to 91.3 Fm or worldwide at WLRN.Org to hear the excitement.

The program is generously co-sponsored by Pollo Tropical and Friends of WLRN.

Hope you'll tune in this Friday.

Ed Bell, Producer/Host
South Florida Arts Beat
(305) 995-2236

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