JAZZ IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD: Howard Wiley Quintet

Howard WileyPlease join us on Friday, March 14th at 8pm for an evening of live music with Jazz in the Neighborhood, featuring the Howard Wiley Quintet.

Jazz in the Neighborhood is proud to present the Howard Wiley Quintet! New Advisory board member Howard Wiley (saxophone) will be joined by Darrell Green on drums, Davin Hoff on bass, Sista Kee on piano and Geechi Taylor on pocket trumpet. There will be an opening youth showcase to be announced soon.

Since 2012, The Emerald Tablet has hosted top notch jazz evenings every second Friday under the stewardship of master trumpet player and teacher Mario Guarneri, and his organization Jazz in the Neighborhood. Please click here to see some examples of the talented musicians who have performed at The Emerald Tablet under the aegis of Jazz in the Neighborhood.

The Bay Area is home to many incredible jazz musicians who’ve devoted their lives to developing their craft and attaining the highest artistic levels. Jazz in the Neighborhood is an important step towards creating an environment where these accomplished professionals can nurture a great American art form in dignity and respect, while delighting audiences of all ages. The Emerald Tablet is proud to provide its resources, on a regular basis, to help this dream to become a reality.

This event is sponsored by the Music Performance Trust Fund of the American Federation of Musicians and Jazz in the Neighborhood, a member of the Intersection for the Arts Incubator Program.

Seating is limited and reservations are encouraged. To reserve, call (415) 671-8867 or click on the button below:

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JAZZ IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD: Howard Wiley Quintet
Friday March 14th 2014. 7:30 pm doors, 8 pm show.
The Emerald Tablet, 80 Fresno St, San Francisco, CA 94133 (map)
$15 suggested donation, sliding scale. Nobody turned away for lack of funds.
All door donations go to the musicians! Delicious complimentary food. Drinks by donation.

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