Jazz Pensacola friends: Jazz Pensacola is working hard to plan events that were canceled due to the pandemic. The 2020 Pensacola JazzFest is “tentatively” rescheduled for Nov. 14-15 at historic Seville Square in downtown Pensacola. We are working with the City of Pensacola to make it happen. Meanwhile, we are trying to plan livestream concerts, Jazz Jams and Jazz Gumbos.
Live-stream Concert Sept. 10
Join Jazz Pensacola live from Artel Galley as it presents the 2020 Student Jazz Competition winners in a concert 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 10.
Featured student musicians are Noemi Ruiz, trumpet; Duncan Miller, sax; Max Levesque, bass; Chris Cannon, keys; Jensen Cadenhead, drums/vibes. Accompanying the students: John Link, keys; Tom Latenser, bass, Fred Domulot, drums.
For safety reasons, the concert will not be open for in-person viewing. To enjoy the live-stream concert, simply go to Jazz Pensacola’s Facebook page: Facebook.com/JazzPensacola.
Following the livestream, the concert will be posted on Jazz Pensacola’s Facebook page and website.
Donations for the concert will be greatly appreciated. You can donate to the Jazz Pensacola General Fund on the website or send a check to Jazz Pensacola, 3 W. Garden St., Suite 418, Pensacola, FL 32502; or you can call the office, (850) 433-8382.
Jazz Pensacola gives a big “thank you” to Artel Gallery for this opportunity. Located at 223 Palafox Place, Artel Gallery is also a non-profit run totally by volunteers. Keep up with all of Artel’s contemporary art exhibitions and special events at artelgallery.org.