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New York Concert Ensemble: Jammin' on the Hudson

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Sunday August 10th 2008; features the re-emergence of an All Star Band



Our Trombonist is an Original Member of The Concert Ensemble, who was also featured on “Sentimental Mood", on “Early Bird" Records. His long, and illustrious career has led him to play, and record with Artists such as Slide Hampton, James Moody, Mongo Santomaria, Lionel Hampton, Dizzy Gillespie, and Aretha Franklin. He has recorded on the “Blue Note", “Impulse" and “Strata East" Record labels. We are more than happy to have him re-join us here, at “Jammin' On The Hudson" with “The New York Concert Ensemble"; Mr. Kiani Zawadi.



The entrance to Riverbank State Park is located at 679 Riverside Drive, at 145th St. Concerts are outdoors, on The “Mainstage" overlooking The Hudson River, and are Free! Even if it rains, the Concerts will still be held-- indoors in an Auditorium. Performances in August will begin at 5:00 PM and run until 7:00 PM.

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