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18th & Vine / MCC Penn Valley Jazz Festival Schedules

April 18, 2013 @ 8:00 am - April 20, 2013 @ 5:00 pm

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THREE DAYS – 45 BANDS – FREE JAZZ PERFORMANCES

Thursday, April 18
9:30 – Sedalia Smith-Cotton (Director, Charles Maledy)
10:00 – Park Hill South (Director, Charlie Boyd)
10:30 – Blue Springs South (Director, Doug Padget)
11:00 – Smithville (Director, Tom Brockman)
11:30 – Staley (Director, Eddie Owen)
1:00 –Liberty North (Director, Shane Fuller)
1:30 – Lincoln Combo (Director, Jason Bata)
2:00 – Warrensburg II (Director, Stephanie Sekelsky)
2:30 – Lee’s Summit (Director, Brady Finch)
3:00 – Hesston (Director, Lyle Graverson)
3:30 – Lincoln (Director, Jason Bata)
4:00 – Warrensburg I (Director, Stephanie Sekelsky)
5:00 – Awards
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THREE DAYS – 45 BANDS – FREE JAZZ PERFORMANCES

Friday, April 19
8:00 – Blue Valley South West (Director, E.F. Protzman)
8:30 – Liberty Middle (Director, Jeffery Lean)
9:00 – Lee’s Summit North (Director, John Johnson)
9:30 – Blue Valley West (Director, C.J. Longabaugh)
10:00 – Blue Valley (Director, Avian Bear)
10:30 – Platte City (Director, Matt Bonsignore)
11:00 – Cheyenne Mountain Middle (Director, Dan Bell)
11:30 – Missouri Valley College (Director, Garry Anders)
1:00 – Prairie Star Middle (Director, Paul Aubrey)
1:30 – Air Academy II (Director, Stoney Black)
2:00 – Winnatonka (Director, Ron Fortune)
2:30 – Liberty Jr. (Director, Dustin Mott)
3:00 – Rockhurst II (Director, Michael Kern)
3:30 – Air Academy I (Director, Stoney Black)
4:00 – Liberty (Director, Marti Whelan)
4:30 – Rockhurst I (Director, Michael Kern)
5:00 – John. F. Hodge (Director, Derek Limback)
6:00 Awards – Feature Concert: Penn Valley Jazz Ensemble (Director, Clarence Smith)
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THREE DAYS – 45 BANDS – FREE JAZZ PERFORMANCES

Saturday, April 20
8:00 – Hodge Combo II (Director, Derek Limback)
8:30 – Pleasant Ridge Middle (Director, Janelle Brower)
9:00 – Brittany Hill Middle (Director, Elizabeth Puyear)
9:30 – Raytown South Middle (Director, Brenda Kueck)
10:00 – Hodge Combo I (Director, Derek Limback)
10:30 – Sunnyvale Middle (Director, Nathan Wilhoit)
11:00 – Blue Springs Combo (Director, Tim Allshouse)
11:30 – Lee’s Summit Combo (Director, Brady Finch)
12:00 – Delta Woods Middle (Director, Jon Robichaud)
1:00 – Blue Springs. II (Director, Tim Allshouse)
1:30 – Lee’s Summit (Director, Brady Finch)
2:00 – Olathe NW (Director, Tim Starks)
2:30 – Nevada (Director, Jeremy Krug)
3 :00– Blue Springs I (Director, Tim Allshouse)
3:30 – Thompson Valley (Director, Robert Pippin)
4:00 – Young Jazz Masters (Director, Osmond Fisher)
4:30 – CLINIC w/Eric Harland
Awards, immediately after clinic
8:00 – HEADLINER: “Jammin’ at the Gem” featuring “Eric Harland and Voyager
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Festival Adjudicators and Clinicians

David Aaberg, University of Central Missouri – Trumpet
Garry Anders, Missouri Valley College – Trumpet
Jason Goudeau, Kansas City Youth Jazz – Trombone
James Isaac, University of Central Missouri – Saxophone
Bob Long, Missouri Western State University – Saxophone
Clarence Smith, MCC-Penn Valley – Percussion
Danny Watring – Grandview High School – Percussion
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Evening Concerts

The Blue Room
April 18 – Kansas City/Hanover Germany Sister Cities Jam Session
April 19 – Roger Wilder CD Release Concert Event
April 20 – Darcus Gates
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The Gem Theater
April 19 – MCC-Penn Valley Jazz Ensemble
April 20 – Jammin’ at the Gem Featuring Eric Harland and Voyager
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Production

Produced through a parnership between MCC-Penn Valley and the American Jazz Museum

Details

Start:
April 18, 2013 8:00 am
End:
April 20, 2013 5:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:

Organizer

MCC Penn Valley, Attn: Clarence Smith
Phone:
816-604-4456
Email:
Website:
http://americanjazzmuseum.org/education/18th-vine-jazz-festival/

Venue

Gem Theater
Phone:
816-474-8463
1615 E. 18th Street, Kansas City, MO 64108 United States
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*Please note this calendar contains events from multiple organizations, including the American Jazz Museum.