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Jingle Bell Jazz South Milwaukee Performing Arts Center on December 5

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Jingle Bell Jazz on Friday December 5th 7:30 pm at the South Milwaukee Performing Arts Center.

Our Jingle Bell Jazz event features the Jeno Somlai Qunitet a Latin/jazz group heavily influenced by many different styles in the afro-Cuban genre bringing a fresh interpretation of your favorite holiday music. Jeno will be joined by Donna Woodall, formerly the lead singer from the well-known Milwaukee Band Streetlife adding her own personal flare to the music

The Milwaukee Youth Symphony Orchestra (MYSO) Latin Jazz Combo will round out the event showcasing talented Milwaukee area youth.

For a preview sampling of Jingle Bell Jazz, visit the FCAC website at franklincultural.org look for the sampling link on our home page.

Tickets can be purchased at the South Milwaukee Performing Arts Center for $11.00 - $10.00 Students and seniors in advance or $12.00 - $11.00 Students and seniors on the day of the show by calling the South Milwaukee Performing Arts Center at414-766-5049 Monday through Friday from 10 am to 4pm Or online at southmilwaukeepac.org



Jingle Bell Jazz is presented by The Franklin Cultural Arts Center and is made possible through the generous funding of The Harley-Davidson Foundation Additional funding by WaterStone Bank.

The Franklin Cultural Arts Center, an organization dedicated to promoting the local arts in the south suburban communities of Milwaukee county and who is working towards the construction of a regional arts center in Franklin is reaching out to other communities with its production of Jingle Bell Jazz at the South Milwaukee Performing Arts Center on December 5th.

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