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Saxophonist Kirk Whalum at Schoolcraft College

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The Schoolcraft College Jazz Studies Program Presents Guest Artist Kirk Whalum, Saxophone

2:30-4 p.m. Artist Clinic
Monday June 30, 2014
Schoolcraft College
VisTaTech Center

Presentation Room
Clinic - Free & Open To The General Public
8 p.m. Concert
Monday June 30, 2014

Schoolcraft College
Livonia Campus
VistaTech Center
DiPonio Room

Kirk Whalum, Saxophone | John Stoddart, Piano
The Schoolcraft College Jazz Program | Dr. Riccardo Selva, Director

General Admission - $15
Seniors & Students - $10
Children under 12 - $5

Ticket sales on site and at the Schoolcraft College Bookstore: 734-462-4409
Seating is limited - Please Pre-Order Tickets to Ensure Availability


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