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Free Event - Billy Strayhorn: The Man and His Music - SOLD OUT

Nov 1, 2019
Fri 7:00pm
2019/2020 30th Anniversary Season

*RSVP spots for this evening have been filled*

In honor of the 100th anniversary of the Harlem Renaissance, Chandler Center for the Arts is proud to present an evening about Billy Strayhorn, pianist, composer and collaborator, who became essential to creating Duke Ellington's legendary sound. Experience a multi-media by Billy Strayhorn Songs, Inc. on the life and influence of Strayhorn, followed by a performance of his pivotal compositions by the Fred Forney Jazz Quartet.

Enjoy an exhibition of paintings created by Vision Kids students in the Take the A-Train: Jazz and Abstract Painting workshop, which explores freedom of expression through art and music.

This is a free event in our recital hall. Doors open one hour before show time, at 6 p.m.. All seats are no charge with general seating on a first-come-first-served basis. RSVP is recommended. Concessions, including beverages and light snacks, will be available for purchase.

Photo credit: Strays and the Duke, 1943, Billy Strayhorn Songs, Inc.

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