Jazz Heritage Center Celebrates Grand Opening of Its Media and Education Center With ‘Jazz Ambassadors’: A Retrospective Conversation With Jazz Legend Randy Weston, Moderated by Jazz Historian Dr. Herb Wong
State-of-the-art multimedia room marks completion of phase two of JHC expansion
Special reception, discussion and dinner with
Acclaimed by critics as “the biggest sound of any jazz pianist since Ellington and Monk,”
“We couldn’t think of a better way to mark this major milestone in the Jazz Heritage Center’s commitment to the legacy of jazz music for
Designed to enhance the Jazz Heritage Center’s capacity to offer dynamic, interactive programs, the Jazz Heritage Center Media and Education Center will announce a full program of workshops, seminars, film screenings, library and archived exhibitions targeted to jazz enthusiasts, musicians, educators, researchers, scholars, film / media audiences and community organizations this fall.
Details about Jazz Heritage Center Media and Education Center Grand Opening:
‘JAZZ AMBASSADORS’: A RETROSPECTIVE CONVERSATION FEATURING PIANIST RANDY WESTON, MODERATED BY JAZZ HISTORIAN DR.
5:30 – 7:00 Dinner with Executive Chef Shotaro ‘Sho’ Kamio at Yoshi’s Restaurant, a new generation of modern Japanese cuisine. Using only fresh, high-quality, seasonal ingredients delicately combined with traditional spices, Chef Sho prepares each dish with his culinary philosophy: “seasonal, simple, surprise.”
7:15 – 8:15 Discussion at the new state-of-art Media and Education Center hosted by the legendary jazz critic Dr.
8:30 – 10:00 Reception Enjoy wine provided by Jazz Cellars and mingle with
Cost: Several options are available to for those interested in participating in this momentous milestone with Jazz Heritage Center and
About the Jazz Heritage Center
The Jazz Heritage Center is a non-profit 501 c 3, located at 1320 Fillmore Street. The JHC is the only permanent cultural and educational complex dedicated to the long history of Jazz in
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