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Victor Goines - Duke Ellington Society Spring Concert - April 9th

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The Duke Ellington Society (TDES, Inc.)
Celebrating the music of Duke Ellington presents:

The Victor L. Goines Quartet performing Treats from Duke's Suites
Wednesday, April 9, 2008 at 8:00 PM
Saint Peter's Church (54th St. & Lexington Ave.)
Victor L. Goines, saxophones and clarinet
Aaron Diehl, piano
Carlos Henriques, bass
Marion Felder, drums

Victor L. Goines, one of the leading reed players in the jazz world, is an integral member of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra and the Wynton Marsalis Septet since 1993; touring worldwide and performing on more than 20 releases with these legendary ensembles. He is also an acclaimed solo artist, leading his own quartet and quintet with whom he has made 7 recordings, and a gifted composer of more than 50 original works and a number of commissions. A renowned educator throughout his career, Goines was named director of jazz studies and professor of music at Northwestern University in late 2007. Prior to that, he was artistic director of the jazz program at the Juilliard School for 7 years and a faculty member in jazz clarinet and saxophone. The musicians he has chosen are outstanding. You won't want to miss this exceptional, exciting concert.

Ticket/Donation Price:
$25. - Members and Nonmembers
$15. - Students

Send a check or money order payable to TDES, Inc. and a self-addressed stamped envelope to: J. Maxwell; 780 Greenwich St. Apt 6P; New York, NY 10014 or phone 212- 929-6355 for reservations. Include your name, address, and telephone number. Tickets will be held at the door for orders received after April 3.

TDES, Inc., Box 31 Church Street Station; New York, NY 10008-0031

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