Joyful Jazz with the Joe Alterman Trio and Ken Peplowski
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Joyful Jazz with the Joe Alterman Trio and Ken Peplowski

Joyful Jazz with the Joe Alterman Trio and Ken Peplowski
Apr 21 2024 | 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Joyful Jazz with the Joe Alterman Trio and Ken Peplowski

LIVE AT THE BREMAN

Don't miss out on an unforgettable evening as the Atlanta-based Joe Alterman Trio takes the stage once more at the Breman, this time joined by the renowned jazz clarinetist and tenor saxophonist, Ken Peplowski. Get your tickets now for a mesmerizing Jazz experience that will leave you spellbound!

 

 

MOLLY BLANK CONCERT SERIES

"Step into a decade of musical enchantment with the 10th season of the Molly Blank Concert Series at the Breman Museum. Leslie Gordon, the Breman's executive director declares, 'Live performances and conversations forge a unique connection. In the intimate theater, surrounded by kindred spirits, we broaden our views together.'

In keeping with the Molly Blank Concert Series tradition, each show will be complemented by pre-performance receptions featuring professionally catered food inspired by the musical themes presented. Join us as we celebrate a decade of musical excellence and community connection at the Molly Blank Concert Series – where the love for music meets the joy of shared experiences.

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