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Jazz & Java: Featuring Sax Ministry

Jazz & Java: Featuring Sax Ministry In-Person

In observance of Jazz Month, join us for a wonderful time of dance, music, and fun at our Jazz & Java event at the Central Library Plaza.  We are so pleased to have Sax Ministry as our special musical guest.  He is a one-man show and a multiple-award-winning Jazz saxophonist who will be serenading us with the wonderful sounds of Jazz music!  In addition to the music, we also will have food trucks during the event so customers will be allowed to enjoy delicious food.  We also will have non-profit organizations who will provide resources as well as fun and activities for our attendees.

Registration for this event is encouraged but not required.

About Vince Greer | Sax Ministry

Vince Greer, a multi-award-winning Jazz Saxophonist born in Houston, Texas began playing the saxophone at age 10. He attended the High School for Performing and Visual Arts in Houston, Texas where he studied both classical and jazz saxophone. Vince continued his musical studies at Adelphi University and Skidmore University in New York.

He has been a recipient of several awards including the Conrad Johnson Award for outstanding soloist. He was also a member of the TMEA All-State Jazz Band. Vince has shared stages with artists such as Walter Smith III, Gerald Albright, Everette Harp, Solange Knowles, Mario Dewer Barrett, Kim Burrell, Christian Scott, Robert Glasper, Terrace Martin, Kirk Whalum, Bobby Lyle, Conrad Johnson and many more.

He is one of the leading jazz saxophonists in the nation whose style is creative and intuitive. His sound encompasses elements of Funk, Soul, Rhythm and Blues, Hip-Hop, Pop and Gospel... all uniquely blended with an undertone of Jazz. Vince is well-known throughout the southern region of the United States and is constantly "pushing the envelope" as he transitions into the national and international music industries. He has dedicated his life to serving timeless musical ministrations through the medium of Sax Ministry as he continues to travel on this music journey. He hopes to inspire many through his love and dedication for music and soften hearts with his enchanting saxophone styles.    

 

Date:
Saturday, April 20, 2024
Time:
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Time Zone:
Central Time - US & Canada (change)
Location:
Central Library, Jesse H. Jones Building
Age Group:
  Adults     All Ages     Seniors  
Categories:
  Arts & Culture     Holidays & Observances     Spotlight Events  

Registration is required. There are 174 seats available.

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