Synergy Jazz Foundation kicks off the 2012-13 Synergy Jazz Concert Series

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Trombone Jazz with Tim Coffman and Rich Medd

The Patty and Fred Turner Jazz Center
Saturday, November 10, 2012-7:30 pm

Chicago area trombonist Tim Coffman will be joined by The Sam Salomone Trio in kicking off the 2012-13 Synergy Jazz Concert Series. Joining Coffman on the November 10 concert will be Iowa City trombonist Rich Medd in a special two trombone quintet featuring a few of the duet arrangements from the legendary J.J. Johnson/Kai Winding sessions.

Workshops/Jam Session with Tim Coffman
The Patty and Fred Turner Jazz Center
Saturday, November 10, 2012, 9-11 am & 1-3 pm
Jam Session Sunday, 1-4 pm

Tickets

General admission concert tickets are $15, $7 students, Drake student rush-free. Tickets may be purchased at midwestix, or the Synergy website. Workshops and jam sessions are FREE.

For more information about this and other Synergy projects, visit the Synergy web site.

Synergy Jazz Foundation is a non-profit, grass roots group with the mission of developing educational and performance projects that combine the resources and talents of musicians, educators, schools, charitable organizations, and the community. Using Jazz as a vehicle, Synergy projects teach the value of creative thought, an awareness of American culture, and the importance of dedication, commitment, and personal responsibility in achieving success.

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