Karrin Allyson Confirmed to Perform at Jazz for Japan Benefit Concert


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Grammy-nominated vocalist/pianist Karrin Allyson is confirmed to participate in the JAZZ FOR JAPAN BENEFIT CONCERT, April 18, 2011 at the Highline Ballroom

100% of the ticket proceeds to be donated to the Japan Relief and Recovery Fund spearheaded by Direct Relief.

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Blue Note Jazz Benefit for Japan

The Blue Note Jazz Benefit for Japan at the Highline Ballroom will feature a stellar group of international jazz musicians, including Madeleine Peyroux, Joe Lovano, Karrin Allyson, Don Byron, Sonny Fortune, Antonio Hart, Eldar, Eddie Gomez, Janis Siegel, Allan Harris, Bob Mover, Harry Allen, Tony Middleton, Ben Allison, Lauren Kinhan, Steve Williams, Clifton Anderson, David Kikoski, Sarah Hayes, Bob Albanese, Randy Napoleon, Danny Walsh, Frank Senior, and more TBA!

Concert starts @ 7PM
Doors open @ 6PM
Tickets $45.00 in advance
$55.00 day of show.

Full dinner menu available / General Admission Seated Show / All Ages / First come, first seated / $10 min per person at tables

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