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Jazz Nights @ ALMA - to feature Earthsound

From: Christie H.
Sent on: Wednesday, March 18, 2009 12:00 PM

Dear Jazz Meetup --



Armenian Library and Museum of America | 65 Main St., Watertown, MA |



This Friday, the Armenian Library and Museum of America (ALMA) will continue its Jazz Nights @ ALMA concert series with a performance by EARTHSOUND.? The show will begin at 8 p.m. in the museum’s Contemporary Art Gallery.?


The Boston-based project features Jason Davis (bass), Fernando Brand?o (flute), Jorge P?rez-Albela (percussion) and Nando Michelin (piano).? The ensemble will play a unique set of original jazz compositions and inspired renditions of world music to kick-off the first day of spring. ??


Earthsound draws upon the musical styles of legendary composers Duke Ellington, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Thelonious Monk, Maurices Ravel and Igor Stravisnky.? Improvised pieces performed over recorded soundscapes of natural settings complement the ensemble’s unique sound.


This year marks the third Jazz Nights @ ALMA season.? The concerts feature both established and up-and-coming groups from the New England and surrounding areas. Past performances have been given by Armen Donelian, Vardan Ovsepian, John Baboian, Jerry Bergonzi and the Kevin Harris Project.


The series takes place in an intimate cabaret-style setting, allowing jazz enthusiasts to enjoy quality music while being surrounded by the ethnic art displayed in ALMA’s Contemporary Art Gallery.? Tickets are $15 each and ALMA members and students pay $10.? Admission includes one complimentary glass of wine for persons 21+.? Advance reservations are encouraged and may be made by e-mailing or calling (617) 926-2562.  Reservations can also be made by purchasing tickets on ALMA’s newly designed website


Museum doors open at 7:30 p.m., giving early arriving patrons the chance to browse ALMA’s exhibits free of charge.?


For more information about the Jazz Nights @ ALMA concert series and for directions to ALMA, please visit website For more information about Earthsound, please visit



Christie Hardiman

PR & Membership Outreach Coordinator

Armenian Library & Museum of America, Inc.

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