Showing posts with label jazz. Show all posts
Showing posts with label jazz. Show all posts

Monday, March 28, 2022

FHS Jazz Café - March 30, 2022 - 7 PM

Franklin Music Boosters Present
Jazz Café Annual Fundraiser
featuring:
Annie Sullivan Jazz Band
Horace Mann Jazz Band
Remington Jazz Band
and
The Franklin High School Jazz Bands

Wednesday, March 30, 2022
7:00 PM

Franklin High School Cafeteria

Adults $10.00, Children/Students and Seniors $5.00
(Family of up to 5 guests - $25.00, all additional guests - $5.00)

Light refreshments will be served.


All donations to Franklin Music Boosters are tax-deductible.


We appreciate our music families and hope you all enjoy a wonderful night of jazz! 

Please be prepared to show your receipt at the door as we will be accepting online payments up to and at the time of the event.

Ticket for this can be purchased online -> https://givebutter.com/jazzcafe


FHS Jazz Café - March 30, 2022 - 7 PM
FHS Jazz Café - March 30, 2022 - 7 PM

Thursday, March 24, 2022

Kenny Hadley Big Band Brunch scheduled for Sunday, Mar 27 at THE BLACK BOX

BLACK BOX Jazz presents The Kenny Hadley Big Band

The critically acclaimed 16-piece ensemble, led by drummer Kenny Hadley, boasts masterful musicians with performance ties to Big Band legends Woody Herman, Count Basie, Stan Kenton, Maynard Ferguson, Buddy Rich, and more. The Kenny Hadley Big Band has shared the stage with such notables as The Count Basie Orchestra and The Duke Ellington Orchestra and has hosted guest soloists including Clark Terry and Louie Bellson.

Brunch begins at 11:45 am, with music beginning at noon. 

Brunch includes assorted Mini Quiche, Bacon, Waffles, Fresh Fruit, Yogurt & Granola, Bagels, Muffins, OJ, and Coffee.

In addition, there is a cash bar with Mimosas and Bloody Marys available. 

Tickets available online ->  https://www.theblackboxonline.com/events.php?id=1552&month=03&year=2022

Kenny Hadley Big Band Brunch scheduled for Sunday, Mar 27 at THE BLACK BOX
Kenny Hadley Big Band Brunch scheduled for Sunday, Mar 27 at THE BLACK BOX

Friday, January 21, 2022

Tuesday, January 18, 2022

FHS Jazz Night - Jan 19, 2022 - 7 PM

Franklin High School is pleased to invite you to our annual Jazz Concert scheduled for Wednesday, January 19 at 7:00 PM. Come hear our very own award-winning FHS Jazz Ensembles under the direction of Mrs. Leaighanne Rudsit and Mr. Matthew Geisinger. There will also be two jazz combos performing music from all different genres to include swing, bebop, ballads, and funk.

A few big band titles to be performed are Ellington's "Such Sweet Thunder", "Black Butterfly", and "Smada" along with standards "Shiny Stockings", "The Jive Samba", and "Blues Brothers Review".

The event will take place at 7:00 PM on Wednesday, January 19 in the Franklin High School auditorium. A $5 donation is requested at the door, but it is not required. 

FHS  Jazz Night - Jan 19, 2022 - 7 PM
FHS  Jazz Night - Jan 19, 2022 - 7 PM

Tuesday, December 21, 2021

26 Franklin High School Music Students were accepted to the Massachusetts Central District Honor Band, Chorus, and Orchestra

Twenty-six members of the Franklin High School music program virtually auditioned and were accepted into the 2022 Massachusetts Central District Honor Ensembles. Twelve of these Franklin High School students received All-State audition recommendations.  

Due to the pandemic, the festival will continue to look a bit different this year. Students will participate in one virtual rehearsal with the conductor.  Students will then be tasked with practicing their music and submitting a recording of their performance.  

Central Districts will have each part edited into a virtual audio performance.  Accepted Franklin High School students are as follows:

  • Central District Orchestra: Aadit Bhatia - Violin, Christopher Broyles - Viola, Shreya Choudhury - Violin, Kyle Formato - Cello, Vivienne Loukota - Viola, Jossalyn Mascio - Violin, Patrik O'Brien - Cello, Weylan O'Connell - Bass, Anton Sackley - Percussion, Pritam Sompally - Viola, Sarayu Vijayanagaram - Violin, Leo Yang - Violin
  • Central District Band: Adithya Balagurumoorthy - Baritone Saxophone, Karah Bradanese - Clarinet, Thomas Bradley - Trombone, Emma Brown - Flute, Nipun Goel - Trumpet, Derek Halet - Trumpet, Joel Keller - Tuba, Sydney Lincourt - Clarinet, William Olbrys - Trombone, Lola Richardson - Flute, Zachary Simms - French Horn, Maria Zaki - Flute
  • Central District Chorus: Margaret Diehl - Alto
  • Central District Jazz Band: Colin Manocchio - Trombone, Ian Richardon - Bass 
Franklin High School Music Students were accepted to the Massachusetts Central District
Franklin High School Music Students were accepted to the Massachusetts Central District 


Sunday, May 9, 2021

Free Jazz Concert - Franklin Senior Center - May 11

There are two shows scheduled for Tuesday, May 11. You should call the Senior Center (508-520-4945) to reserve space at either the 1:00 or 2:30 PM shows.

The Mark Shilansky Jazz Trio is composed of professors from the Berklee College of Music. They performed at the Senior Center last fall and they were a big hit.

Free Jazz Concert - Franklin Senior Center - May 11
Free Jazz Concert - Franklin Senior Center - May 11




Saturday, March 6, 2021

5 FHS Music Students to perform with the MA All State Orchestra and Jazz Band

Massachusetts Music Educators Association is holding the 2021 All-State Music Festival virtually this year. Five students from the Franklin High School music program were selected for an ensemble and will participate in a virtual concert some time later this spring.

Students first attended a two hour master class on March 6th with the conductors of their ensembles.  Following this class, students will study their music and video record themselves performing their parts. These videos will be submitted by March 20th and will be professionally edited to create a virtual performance which will be presented to the public as a YouTube Premiere later this spring.

The Franklin High School students selected to the All-State Orchestra are: Christopher Broyles - Viola, Chai Harsha - Viola and Grace Newton - Violin.   Colin Manocchio - Trombone and Ian Richardson - Electric Bass were both selected to perform with the Jazz Band.

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In addition to performing with the Massachusetts All State Orchestra, Christopher Broyles and Chai Harsha were also selected to perform virtually with the All Eastern Honor Orchestra.  This festival will be presented in a similar format.  These are incredible accomplishments for our student musicians.  


Left to Right: Ian Richardson - Bass, Colin Manocchio - Trombone, Chai Harsha - Viola, Christopher Broyles - Viola and Grace Newton - Violin
Left to Right: Ian Richardson - Bass, Colin Manocchio - Trombone, Chai Harsha - Viola, Christopher Broyles - Viola and Grace Newton - Violin


Friday, February 5, 2021

FHS Updates to Concert Info: Concert Hour - Feb 11; Jazz Concert - Feb 12

Update from Diane Plouffe, Director of Visual and Performing Arts

"Unfortunately, due to the snow cancellations this week, the teachers were not able to meet with students to finish up the concert recordings for the February 5th concert.  This announcement was coming out today.  They will be postponing it until next Friday, February 12th.

The link for the Concert Hour performance on February 11th is:

The link for the Jazz Concert on February 12th is:

FHS Jazz Concert: Livestream Concert - February 12
FHS Jazz Concert: Livestream Concert - February 12

 

Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Franklin High School Music Achievements - Central Districts recognizes 26 students

26 Franklin High School Music Students were accepted to the Massachusetts Central District Honor Band, Chorus, and Orchestra

Twenty-six members of the Franklin High School music program virtually auditioned and were accepted into the 2021 Massachusetts Central District Honor Ensembles. Twelve of these Franklin High School students received All-State audition recommendations.  
 
Due to the pandemic, the festivals will look a bit different this year. Rather than performing in a large ensemble, those students who received All-State recommendations are invited to perform in a virtual masterclass.  This means that they will perform a solo in front of a virtual audience and receive feedback from a highly respected music educator.  All other Sr. District students will have the opportunity to observe these masterclasses.  
 
Accepted into the Central District Band will be Karah Brandanese - Clarinet, Thomas Bradley - Trombone, Simon Brooks - Tuba, Nipun Goel - Trumpet, Derek Halet - Trumpet, Carley Johnson-Pellegri - Bassoon, Joel Keller - Tuba, Ryan O'Rourke - Euphonium, William Olbrys - Trombone, Prem Pendkar - Alto Saxophone, Lola Richardson - Flute, Anton Sackley - Percussion, Zachary Simms - French Horn.
 
Franklin High School students performing with the Central District Jazz Band will be Colin Manocchio - Trombone and Ian Richardson-Bass.  
 
Selected to perform with the Central District Orchestra is Aadit Bhatia - violin, Christopher Broyles-viola, Shreya Choudury - Violin, Kyle Formato - Cello, Chai Harsha-viola, Jossalyn Mascio - Violin, Grace Newton - Violin, Weylan O'Connell - Bass, Sarayu Vijayanagaram-violin.
 
Accepted into the Central District Chorus is Claire Bauer. 
 
Franklin High School Music Achievements - Central Districts accept 26 students
Franklin High School Music Achievements - Central Districts accept 26 students

Sunday, September 27, 2020

Jazz Journey– with Pamela Hines

Welcome Pamela! by Pete Fasciano, Executive Director 09/27/2020

This week we welcomed a new two-hour program to Franklin Public Radio –

Jazz Journey, with accomplished jazz pianist Pamela Hines. She takes us on a richly insightful tour of jazz, its history, with an array of great performances by artists of a groundbreaking era – the 40s to 60s. She features the Big Bands, and the women who fronted them with memorable performances, be they silky smooth or smokin’.

Who is Pamela? Go to: http://pamelahines.com/ 

From her WICN interview –

H. Allen Williams: What does the word “jazz” mean to you?

Pamela Hines: The fundamentals of it – improvisation, chord structure, form, history, rhythm… creativity to its maximum that connects to the limitless divine nature in all of us.

Pamela Hines
Pamela Hines

H. Allen Williams: If you were speaking to a youthful audience, that knew nothing about jazz or your experience as an artist, what would be the most important message you would desire them to gain from your music?

Pamela Hines: Come to all new types of music with an open mind. Start simply. I feel like we actually need to “develop” our ears.   That’s why vocal jazz is sometimes a good connector, because young audiences have the lyric to hold on to. Then you slip in a few unusual chords, keep it going and you’re on your way to a jazz fan.

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The piano is among the most expressive of jazz instruments, and Pamela is right there with exquisite technique and emotion. She moves easily among other gifted greats of jazz; Tommy Flanagan, Patricia Barber, Tatum, Guaraldi, Brubeck, Monk, et al. Jazz fans will know her simply and reverently as – Hines.



Ah, yesss – Hines.

Pamela knows how to bend a piano to her will – and all that jazz.

And – as always –
Thank you for listening to wfpr●fm. 
And, thank you for watching. 


When can you listen to Pamela?  Tuesday:  9:00 AM / 12:00 PM / 6:00 PM

Get your copy of the weekly program guide at Franklin.TV


Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Jazz Cafe - FHS cafeteria - Feb 7

Jazz Cafe
Annie Sullivan, Horace Mann and Remington Middle Schools
and
Franklin High School Jazz Bands

Franklin High School Cafeteria
Friday, February 7, 2020, 7:00 p.m.

Adults $10.00, Children/Students and Seniors $5.00
(Family of up to 5 guests - $25.00, all additional guests - $5.00)

Light refreshments will be served

Come join us for an evening of great music!

Jazz Cafe - FHS cafeteria - Feb 7
Jazz Cafe - FHS cafeteria - Feb 7

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

BLACK BOX Jazz presents Big Band Brunch - Nov 10

BLACK BOX Jazz presents a Big Band Brunch with The Kenny Hadley Big Band on Sunday, November 10 at 12 PM. The critically acclaimed 16-piece ensemble, led by drummer Kenny Hadley, boasts masterful musicians with performance ties to Big Band legends Woody Herman, Count Basie, Stan Kenton, Maynard Ferguson, Buddy Rich, and more. The Kenny Hadley Big Band has shared the stage with such notables as The Count Basie Orchestra and The Duke Ellington Orchestra and has hosted guest soloists including Clark Terry and Louie Bellson.

Brunch begins at 11:45 AM, with music beginning at noon. Brunch includes assorted Mini Quiche, Bacon, Waffles, Fresh Fruit, Yogurt & Granola, Bagels, Muffins, OJ, and Coffee. In addition, there is a cash bar with Mimosas and Bloody Marys available.

Visit www.THEBLACKBOXonline or call the box office at 508-528-3370 for tickets and more information. 

BLACK BOX Jazz presents Big Band Brunch - Nov 10
BLACK BOX Jazz presents Big Band Brunch - Nov 10

Tuesday, July 16, 2019

THE BLACK BOX: Jazz in July Series - Lauren Kinhan with The Mark Poniatowski Trio - July 19

Continuing THE BLACK BOX Jazz in July series on Friday, July 19 at 8 PM is Lauren Kinhan with The Mark Poniatowski Trio. Jazz vocalist Lauren Kinhan possesses a rare and beautiful instrument, tough and tender, clear and fine-grained in every register, whether she’s dipping down into husky chest tones, or ascending into silvery head voice. 

The Mark Poniatowski Trio, is led by bassist, composer, arranger, and resident musician at THE BLACK BOX Mark Poniatowski, with Mark Shilansky (Piano) and Mike Connor (Drums). Mark Poniatowski’s extensive experience includes performances with the Bruce Katz Band, Toni Lynn Washington Band, Kenny Hadley Big Band, Soul Kitchen, Floyd Dixon, Sid Caesar, Rita Moreno, Bob Newhart, Junior Watson, Janiva Magness, and Kid Ramos.
Jazz in July Series - Lauren Kinhan
Jazz in July Series - Lauren Kinhan

Other July programming at THE BLACK BOX will include the acclaimed Kenny Hadley Big Band (Jazz in July) and musical theatre comedian Ali Funkhouser (BLACK BOX Cabaret). 

Visit www.THEBLACKBOXonline.com or call 508-528-3370 for more information. THE BLACK BOX is located at 15 W. Central St. in downtown Franklin, MA. 

Tuesday, July 9, 2019

THE BLACK BOX presents Daniel Ian Smith and the Generations Ensemble - July 12

THE BLACK BOX, the region’s premier music, theater, and event venue, will present Daniel Ian Smith and the Generations Ensemble on Friday, July 12 at 8 pm as part of their “Jazz in July” Series. Daniel Ian Smith, a new resident of Franklin, is a saxophonist, flutist, educator and composer with over 30 years of professional experience. Smith has recorded and been featured on over 30 albums. 

Most recently, he has been featured on widely acclaimed recordings with Fernando Brandao, The Fernando Huergo Big Band, The Pablo Ablanedo Octet, The Jazz Composers Alliance Orchestra, Brian McCarthy and the Better Angels of Our Nature, and Ron Reid and Sunsteel. New recordings will soon be released by his Generations Quintet, New World Jazz Composers Octet, and The Latin Side of Billy Strayhorn.
THE BLACK BOX presents Daniel Ian Smith
THE BLACK BOX presents Daniel Ian Smith

Other July programming at THE BLACK BOX includes Lauren Kinhan with the Mark Poniatowski Trio (Jazz in July), the acclaimed Kenny Hadley Big Band (Jazz in July), and musical theatre comedian Ali Funkhouser (BLACK BOX Cabaret). Visit www.THEBLACKBOXonline.com or call 508-528-3370 for more information. 

Follow THE BLACK BOX on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. THE BLACK BOX is located at 15 W. Central St. in downtown Franklin, MA.


Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Kenny Hadley Big Band with the Franklin High School Jazz Ensemble - Apr 30

BLACK BOX Jazz presents the Kenny Hadley Big Band with the Franklin High School Jazz Ensemble on April 30 at 7:30 PM. Featuring a special collaborative performance showcasing students of the FHS Music Department’s jazz ensemble with Kenny Hadley’s legendary Boston- based big band. 

Presented at a professional music venue, this program of classic and contemporary big band arrangements will be performed by the student ensemble and the professional big band, highlighted by pieces with students playing side by side with mentor musicians. 

The concert is part of Franklin ArtWeek - a unique annual celebration of arts, culture and creativity. Curious people of all ages will get creative at 500+ unique events across the state and many are FREE! Join us April 26 – May 5. Get the full festival schedule at artweekma.org

BLACK BOX Jazz presents the Kenny Hadley Big Band with the Franklin High School Jazz Ensemble on April 30
BLACK BOX Jazz presents the Kenny Hadley Big Band
with the Franklin High School Jazz Ensemble on April 30
Download your copy of the full schedule for ArtWeek here
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0wjbnXDBhczODN4X2hTdVdobWpWWTlpR19WMFZHZE5JWHVz/view?usp=sharing

Kenny Hadley Big Band with the Franklin High School Jazz Ensemble - Apr 30
Kenny Hadley Big Band with the Franklin High School Jazz Ensemble - Apr 30

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

27 Franklin Middle School Music Students to perform with Massachusetts Jr.Central District Honor Ensembles - FHS to host event

Twenty seven members of the Franklin Middle Schools music program auditioned and were accepted into the 2019 Massachusetts Jr. Central District Honor Ensembles. Franklin students represented Annie Sullivan Middle School, Horace Mann Middle School and Remington Middle School. The performances will take place this Saturday, April 27 at Franklin High School beginning at 2:00 PM.

Participating in the Jr. Central District Band are Sophie Fioravanti, Sydney Lincourt, Derek Terwilliger, Joel Keller, Adithya Balagurumoortjy, Maria Zaki and Katie Zercie.

Remington Middle School
Remington Middle School
Jazz Band is Marcus Altieri, Colin Manocchio and Christopher Botchis.

Selected to perform with the Jr. Central District Orchestra are Nicholas Bauer, Sibi Charan Dinakaran, Vivienne Loukota and Pritam Sompally, Lola Richardson, Vignan Kamarthi, Leo Yang, Patrick O’Brien, Kyle Formato, Josalyn Mascio and Weylan O’Connell.

Singing in the Jr. Central District Chorus is Adriana Jordan, Gianni Pazvakavambwa, Kayla Durkin, Katie Hanifin and Mia Quinn
symphony band at MICCA
symphony band at MICCA

For the first time, Franklin High School will be hosting this exciting event. Top musicians and educators from throughout Central Massachusetts will join together on April 27 to perform the music that has been prepared over a three rehearsal period. 

The Franklin Music Boosters and the Franklin Music Staff, lead by FMB president Deborah Ryan and Director of Music, Diane Plouffe are prepared to welcome over 1000 student musicians and their families for a day of music. The day will begin with rehearsals, followed by two concerts. The Honors Chorus and Jazz Band concert will be held at 2:00 PM, while the Orchestra and Concert Band concert will be at 4:00 PM. Both performances will take place in the Franklin High School auditorium.

Following the performances guests are invited to attend the Franklin Cultural Council “Taste of ArtWeek” Festival held on our town common from 4-8 PM. This event will include a craft fair, live performances, a beer and wine garden and food trucks.

Saturday, March 30, 2019

“We’re very excited, and the students are excited”

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:

"The sounds of jazz will fill the halls of Franklin High next week, as the Jazz Ambassadors from the U.S. Army will entertain the crowd. 
The Jazz Ambassadors, a 19-member ensemble formed in 1969 and known as “America’s Big Band,” are the Army’s field band from Washington, D.C. They’re set to perform in Franklin on Monday as part of what tour coordinator and Sgt. 1st Class Todd Stubbs said is a 50th anniversary tour. 
The performance will take place at 7 p.m. in the Franklin High auditorium. Jazz Ambassadors concerts include classic Big Band standards, patriotic favorites, contemporary jazz works and original arrangements and compositions by past and present members. 
The Jazz Ambassadors have performed in all 50 states, as well as in Canada, Mexico, Japan, India and Europe. They’ve participated in joint concerts with the Boston Pops, at Carnegie Hall and at international jazz festivals."
Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required)
https://www.milforddailynews.com/news/20190329/army-jazz-band-plans-franklin-visit


For tickets and information call 508-613-1650 or use this link 
https://armyfieldband.ticketleap.com/franklin/

Jazz Ambassadors to play at FHS - April 1
Jazz Ambassadors to play at FHS - April 1




Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Jazz Ambassadors to play at FHS - April 1

Join the US Army Field Band, Jazz Ambassadors in Franklin, Massachusetts to hear the military's finest practitioners of jazz and swing. 

"The Army's official touring big band, this 19-member jazz ensemble has received widespread acclaim at home and abroad, earning the Jazz Ambassadors the title "America's Big Band". This concert is free and open to the public."

For tickets and information call 508-613-1650 or use this link 
https://armyfieldband.ticketleap.com/franklin/


Franklin High School Auditorium
218 Oak St
Franklin, Massachusetts

Jazz Ambassadors to play at FHS - April 1
Jazz Ambassadors to play at FHS - April 1


Monday, February 18, 2019

THE BLACK BOX to present Musicals, Jazz, Rock Bands, Broadway Stars, and More

THE BLACK BOX, Franklin’s premier concert, theater, and event venue, will present a variety of shows and events throughout the month of March. The month kicks off on March 1 at 7 pm with “A Class Act”- an all-class Franklin High School Reunion. All FHS alumni are welcome and encouraged to invite a group from their class for the event. There will be pizza, snacks, a cash bar, music by FHS and Oskey favorites, Joe Landry's vintage videos and photo archives, a yearbook library, Panthers Pride Sports Corner, and more.

On Saturday, March 2 at 8 pm The Delta Generators return to THE BLACK BOX with opening act The DayBreakers. Featuring Brian Templeton on vocals and harmonica, Charlie O’Neal on guitar, Rick O’Neal on bass, and Jeff Armstrong on drums, the Boston-based band blends the fine line between rhythm and blues and Americana in a way that makes them anything but average.
The Delta Generators return to THE BLACK BOX with opening act The DayBreakers
The Delta Generators return to THE BLACK BOX with opening act The DayBreakers

The fun continues on Sunday, March 3 when the critically acclaimed Kenny Hadley Big Band returns to the venue for a Big Band Brunch. The Kenny Hadley Big Band has shared the stage with such notables as the Count Basie Orchestra and the Duke Ellington Orchestra and has hosted guest soloists including Clark Terry and Louie Bellson. Brunch begins at 11:45 a.m., with music beginning at noon. Brunch provided by Intermission Cafe includes assorted Mini Quiche, Bacon, Waffles, Fresh Fruit, Yogurt & Granola, Bagels, Muffins, OJ and Coffee. In addition, there is a cash bar with Mimosas and Bloody Marys available.

The Franklin Performing Arts Company, THE BLACK BOX’s resident theater company, continues their 2018-2019 season with Seussical, running March 9, 10, 15, 16, and 17. Seussical is perfect for the whole family. The Cat in the Hat tells the story of Horton, an elephant who discovers a speck of dust that contains the Whos, including Jojo, a Who child sent off to military school for thinking too many "thinks." Horton faces a double challenge: not only must he protect the Whos from a world of naysayers and dangers, but he must guard an abandoned egg, left in his care by the irresponsible Mayzie La Bird.

On Friday, March 22 at 7:30 pm, Electric Youth returns to THE BLACK BOX, offering family entertainment with music for all ages. Backed by an eight-piece band of world-class musicians, EY delivers high-energy music, including pop, classic rock, contemporary Broadway and country hits. The EY show at THE BLACK BOX will feature fully choreographed performances of One Republic, No Doubt, Guns N’ Roses, Aretha Franklin, The Greatest Showman, Kelly Clarkson, and more.

The month of March wraps up at THE BLACK BOX with Broadway in Franklin on Sunday, March 24 at 3 pm. The magic of 42nd Street comes to Boston's MetroWest suburbs as stars and students share the stage. Don’t miss this Broadway revue of show-stopping numbers from the Great White Way. Broadway In Franklin features Broadway headliners and appearances by musical theater students from the Franklin School for the Performing Arts and by Electric Youth. Past guest have included Tony nominee Jenn Colella, Sara Jean Ford, Ben Cameron, Tyler Hanes, and Michael James Scott.

For tickets and more information, visit www.theblackboxonline.com or call 508-528-3370. THE BLACK BOX is located at 15 W. Central St. in downtown Franklin.

Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Franklin Public Schools Music Program: Jazz Cafe - Feb 8

Franklin Music Program is pleased to present our annual Jazz Cafe concert! The Jazz Bands from Franklin High School, Remington Middle School, Horace Mann Middle School, and Annie Sullivan Middle School will be performing in a jazz club-themed evening. 

Enjoy a comfortable, casual setting where Franklin's jazz students will set the mood. Family is encouraged to attend and refreshments will be served! Please join us Friday, February 8, 7:00 PM at the Franklin High School Cafeteria.

Tickets are sold only at the event, $10 person or $25 family. We hope to see you there!

Franklin Public Schools Music Program: Jazz Cafe - Feb 8
Franklin Public Schools Music Program: Jazz Cafe - Feb 8