LA PLUME — Keystone College is accepting registrations for the eighth annual Jazz Institute at Keystone College, slated for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day July 25-29.
The Jazz Institute, presented in partnership with the Pennsylvania Jazz Alliance, will offer an opportunity for local musicians of all ages to study and perform with several of Northeast Pennsylvania’s and New York’s finest touring and recording jazz artists. Participants will gain experience in the varied styles of music they will create and perform in their future musical careers.
Following the week-long educational event, participants will perform as a group at the Scranton Jazz Festival Aug. 5-7 in downtown Scranton.
Faculty members include well-known jazz musicians James Buckley (jazz history and theory), Tom Hamilton (saxophone and woodwinds), Marko Marcinko (drums and jazz piano), Tony Marino (acoustic and electric bass), Eddie Severn (jazz trumpet and brass), and Bill Washer (jazz guitar).
For more information on the Jazz Institute, contact, Leanne Kavulich, 570-945-8580 or visit keystone.edu/jazzinstitute.
Keystone College will hold its eighth annual Jazz Institute at Keystone College from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 25-29. Following the week-long educational event, participants will perform as a group at the Scranton Jazz Festival Aug. 5-7.
Information provided by Keystone College.