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Jimmy Heath Big Band and the Dizzy Gillespie Alumni All-Star Quintet Headline the Kingston Jazz Festival June 29, 30 and July 1 2007

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Kingston International Jazz Festival

THE JIMMY HEATH BIG BAND AND THE DIZZY GILLESPIE ALUMNI ALLSTAR QUINTET FEATURING SLIDE HAMPTON TO HEADLINE THE KINGSTON JAZZ FESTIVAL

KINGSTON INTERNATIONAL JAZZ FESTIVAL 2007
June 29, 30 and July 1 2007
Kingston, New York

ALL EVENTS ARE FREE - RAIN OR SHINE

Produced by Planet Arts
In association with the city of Kingston, New York Sponsored by The Entergy Corporation
And supported by a grant from the New York State Fund for Music June 29 at historic Kingston City Hall @ 7:30 PM
John Lindberg Winter Birds Quartet
featuring
Baikida Carroll - trumpet, flugelhorn
Steve Gorn - bansuri flutes, clarinet, soprano saxophone
Tani Tabbal - drums, percussion
John Lindberg - bass

June 30 Down in the Rondout @ 4:00 PM
Jazz Kamikaze
Direct from Denmark US Premier Performance
Presented in association with 4 Media Management
(a division of SEVENSEAS Inc.)

New Talent in Latin Jazz
Directed by Luis Bonilla
featuring
Ivan Renta-Saxophone
Robert Rodriguez-Piano
Ricardo Rodriguez-Bass
Claudio DePujadas-Drums
with special guest
Anthony Carrillo-percussion

Roland Vazquez Quintet
Featuring
Joel Frahm - saxes
Manuel Valera - piano
Anthony Jackson - contrabass guitar
Mike Lipsey - vibes & percussion
Roland Vazquez - composer/drums July 1 Down in the Rondout @ 1:00 PM
The Jimmy Heath Big Band (6:00 PM)
The Diane Delin Quartet (4:45 PM)
The Dizzy Gillespie Alumni All-Star Quintet featuring Slide Hampton (3:15 PM)
The Kingston High School Jazz Ensemble, directed by Bob Shaut (2:15 PM)
The Joe Barna Quintet featuring Ralph LaLama (1:00 PM)



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