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Frosty 2: Another Cool Holiday Jazz Celebration

frosty2Celebrate the Holidays with the Philadelphia Jazz Project!


....featuring some of Philadelphia's finest Jazz musicians.

Co-produced and hosted by J. Michael Harrison of WRTI

SATURDAY | December 13, 2014 | 4:00 p.m. [Doors open at 3:45pm]

IRVINE AUDITORIUM 3401 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA

Join us from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Café ‘58 for refreshments and holiday shopping.

$10 Adults | $5 Children, Seniors and Students w/ID in Advance - More at the door!

The FROSTY 2 performers include...

Diane Monroe/Music Director - Violin

Rhenda Fearrington/Vocal Director - Singer

Denise Montana - Singer
The Ladies of DivaNation:

Barbara Montgomery - Singer

Bethlehem - Singer

Carol Harris - Singer

Ella Gahnt - Singer

Gretchen Elise - Singer

Kendrah E. Butler - Singer

Liz Filantes - Singer

Saudah Al Akbar - Singer

Tony Miceli - Vibraphone

Monnette Sudler - Guitar
Craig McIver - Drums

Matt Parrish - Bass

Ben Sutin - Violin

Noah Jackson - Violin

Paul Jost - Singer

Kevin Valentine - Singer

C Young - Singer

Tenor Madness:

Sam Reed - Saxophone

Elliott Levin - Saxophone

Tim Price - Saxophone

Michael Pedicin Jr. - Saxophone

Carl Grubbs - Saxophone

and others.



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FROSTY 2! is a production of the Philadelphia Jazz Project a sponsored program of the Painted Bride Art Center, with funding provided by The Wyncote Foundation.



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