JAZZENJOURNEY HOUSE CONCERTS PRESENTS "JAZZ IN THE CLIFFS" FEATURING HARMONICA AND VIBRAPHONE ARTIST HENDRIK MEURKENS, BASSIST VICTOR DVOSKIN, & PIANIST STEVE RUDOLPH, AT THE CAMP HILL HOME OF ERIC REVENE - LIMITED SEATING (ONLY 40 TICKETS AVAILABLE)

COST: $55 PER PERSON. WINE AND HORS D’OEURVRES INCLUDED IN TICKET PRICE. Directions to the house will be emailed to you with your receipt.

HENDRIK'S NEW HOLIDAY RECORDING FEATURING STEVE'S ARRANGEMENTS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE THIS EVENING.

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Holiday concert with vocalist Amy Banks and the Harrisburg Jazz Collective.

SAXES: Tom Strohman, Ryan Kauffman, Dave Yinger, Oliver Fairley, Andy Herring TRUMPETS: Dave Ballou, Bill Perbetsky, Dale Orris, Bob Meashey TROMBONES: Jim McFalls, Jay Vonada, Greg Strohman, Steve Shiffer BASS: Steve Meashey PIANO: Steve Rudolph DRUMS: Dan Monaghan

$28

The HJC Big Band plays Holiday favorites in the beautiful West Shore Theater. This is our regular 2nd Tuesday performance.

SAXES: Tom Strohman, Ryan Kauffman, Dave Yinger, Oliver Fairley & Andy Herring TRUMPETS: Bill Perbetsky, Dave Ballou, Scott Ainscough & Bob Meashey TROMBONES: Jim McFalls, Bill Smith, Mike Yinger & Steve Shiffer DRUMS: Dan Monaghan PIANO: Steve Rudolph BASS: Steve Meashey

Come get in the spirit with a performance of great Holiday big band favorites!! Tickets available online or at the door!!

$15 - in advance or at the door!

Ali Ryerson

Jazz Flute Masterclass, Hidden Valley Music Institute, Monterey, CA

May 25th thru June 1st  Akira Tana, John Wiitala, Steve Rudolph, Ali Ryerson

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"The trip of a lifetime!"

Join us as we travel to the heart of Tuscany for a week of beautiful scenery, live jazz under the stars, gourmet food and wine - JazZenJourney to Italy July 15-22 & July 22-29, 2023!!

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