Lexington Jazz Arts Foundation collaborates with the Public Library on fall schedule
September 4, 2012 by Mark
The Lexington Jazz Arts Foundation is working with the Lexington Public Library in presenting several productions for the remainder of 2012 held at the Central Library Theatre in Lexington. The events take place every second Thursday of the month, beginning at 7:00 pm, and admission is free.
The ‘Jazz: Live at the Library’ series of productions are scheduled over the next few months, beginning on September 13 with one of the most popular R & B and Blues vocalists in the region, Greg Figgs. Joining Figgs will be some of the finest musicians in the area including Billy Clemetns, Myron Hester, Billy Ross, Doug Thompson, and Pat Willis.
Additional performances are scheduled, featuring the Monika Herzig Trio on October 11 and the Jamey Aebersold Quartet on November 8. The Lexington Jazz Arts Foundation is a non-profit entity and is dependent on membership and donations. Due to a large Jamey Aebersold Jazz donation, the series has been extended through June 2013.
Musical theatres and art entities often use the printing services of local printers to promote and advertise upcoming events. Printers can provide services such as flyer printing, which can be produced to any quantity needed and allow for straightforward distribution. Flyers can also be displayed or left in public places if preferred, as well as being handed out at the performances as a souvenir for guests.
For more information on the Lexington Jazz Arts Foundation, including all events, activities, and membership or community involvement, visit the website.