11/14 BENNY GOODMAN CENTENNIAL TRIBUTE benefits Hospice, Dutchess County, NY


November 14, 2010, 3 PM
A BENNY GOODMAN CENTENNIAL TRIBUTE
Healing Voices, Caring Hearts Benefit
Bard College, Olin Hall
Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
845-473-2273 X1109
SEXTET, with Allan Vache, Mark Shane, Randy Reinhart, Matt Hoffmann, Phil Flanigan & Kevin Dorn; plus special guest vocalist Terry Blaine. Sounds of Jazz vocal group opens the show; the B Sharp Quartet performs in the lobby. $15 Adults, $10 Students/Seniors. Concert benefits Healing Voices, Caring Hearts Fund to support music therapy at Hospice, Inc.
maserjianc@hospiceinc.org
bard.edu
www.hospiceinc.org

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McIntyre Golf Benefit a Succe$$

A beautiful Fall day and a great time had by all yesterday at Pawtucket Country Club
$24,000 raised!! Pictures coming soon!

Pawtucket Country Club
90 Armistice Boulevard
Pawtucket, RI 02861

All proceeds will benefit Boys Town New England

18 holes of golf

lunch

prizes

dinner

Prizes for 1st, 2nd & 3rd Place finishers

Putting Challenge on the Practice Green

Longest Drive Contest

Closest to the Pin Contest

$!5,000 Hole-in-One Challenge

New Hit The Green Contest

Raffle Prizes

Auction

http://www.matthewmcintyrememorial.com/golf-tournament-2010-event.html

A GREAT GOLF BENEFIT FOR BOYS TOWN NEW ENGLAND
AND THE MATTHEW MCINTYRE MEMORIAL FOUNDATION
WAS NOTHING LESS THAN A STROKE OF GENIUS

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Balval’s outstanding show tonight

Those at NARROWS CENTER FOR THE ARTS tonight were treated to red-hot Parisian gypsy music. Led by singer and founding member Awena Burgess, Balval fused gypsy flair with a vast spectrum of western and European styles performing songs from the new Le Ciel Tout Nu (The Naked Sky). The national radio and publicity campaign launches this week by New Bedford’s acclaimed Whaling City Sound label.

Captivating vocalist Burgess blended beautifully with violinist/vocalist Rosalie Hartog, with guitarist Daniel Mizrahi, bassist Benjamin Body, along with percussionist Patrick Gigon. They all deftly demonstrated how traditional gypsy songs connecting imaginatively with a stunning array of jazz, Latin, and Eastern influences. The new album elevates their vision by combining their unique musical hybrid with original music composed to the lyrics of contemporary Roma poets.

The audience danced to the distinctive sound matched with their equally dazzling improvisational spark. The result touched the mind, body and spirit, with the ancient transcendence of Eastern Europe, modern foundations of western melody, and the absolutely stunning instrumental dexterity of their gypsy heritage–particularly violinist Hartog-a wondrous and exhilarating night to spend with one of Whaling City Sound’s new rising stars. Thanks to The Narrows for the perfect setting to showcase this special evening.

(l-r) Rosalie Hartog, Whaling City Sound president Neal Weiss, Awena Burgess

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