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Category: Entertainment - Original Published on Friday, 08 March 2013 07:12 Written by Amber L. Bogins, Entertainment Editor
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2013 Season Kick Off Annual Black History Concert!
The Fillmore in Foxtown/Theater District
The Detroit Jazz Festival will celebrate the tremendous effect of Duke Ellington on jazz music, presenting his “Black, Brown and Beige” symphony for big band and other noteworthy works – including “Creole Love Cal,” “Diminuendo and Cresendo in Blue,” “Black Tan Fantasy” and “Black Beauty” – with the first Concert of the 2013 Detroit Jazz Festival Community Series on Saturday, March 10, 2013, at 3 p.m. at The Fillmore, Detroit. The performance will feature world-renowned conductor David Berger, featured Detroit-native tenor sax soloist James Carter and Detroit vocalists Alice McAllister Tillman and Shahida Nurullah will be joining the Detroit Jazz Festival Orchestra.
Visit www.detroitjazzfest.com to learn more about the Annual Black History Concert
St. Patrick's Day Parade
Corktown Detroit—on Michigan Ave.
Sponsored by the United Irish Societies in metro Detroit. The route is along Michigan Avenue from 6th to 14th streets.
Call 313- 965-5853 or visit http://www.detroitstpatricksparade.com/
*Don’t forget, Sunday is Day Lights Savings Time! Spring forward at 2:00 a.m.*
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