Mingus Awareness Project Concert July 20th @ The Camel 9pm

This Friday, July 20th at The Camel, the ScottClark4tet is excited to be a part of a great benefit concert called the Mingus Awareness Project, featuring some of Richmond’s finest musicians.  The Mingus Awareness Project is a series of concerts that benefits organizations that provide support for individuals who have ALS as well as their families. MAP concerts also provide opportunities for audiences and performers to celebrate the music of Charles Mingus, music composed by artists who worked with Mingus, as well as music by composers who perform during MAP concerts. Ten Mingus Awareness Project concerts have happened in Chicago, IL and Richmond, VA since 2007.  This year the concert will feature 5 groups all playing arrangements of Mingus’s tunes.

The show starts at 9pm.  (all proceeds will be donated towards ALS research).

If you are free please come and enjoy this great night of music and help support a great cause….

Mingus Awareness Project concert
Friday, July 20 (9 p.m.)

The Camel
1621 W. Broad St.
Richmond, VA  23220

more information can be found at http://www.mingusawarenessproject.org/

The night will feature:

The Angry Man Quintet

  Jason Scott — alto saxophone
JC Kuhl — tenor saxophone
Trey Pollard — guitar
Brian Jones — drums
Randall Pharr — bass

performing —

“Pithecanthropus Erectus”
“Self Portrait in Three Colors”
“Reincarnation of a Lovebird”

Glows in the Dark

Scott Burton — guitar/arranging
Scott Clark — drums
John Lilley — saxophone
Cameron Ralston — bass
Marcus Tenney — trumpet

performing —

“Tijuana Gift Shop”
“Free Cell Block F, ‘Tis Nazi USA”
“Scenes in the City”

ScottClark4tet

Cameron Ralston — bass
Jason Scott — saxophone
Bob Miller — trumpet
Scott Clark — drums

performing —

“What Love”
“Tonight at Noon”
“Weird Nightmare”

Hooten/Levin/Jones w/ JC Kuhl

  Bryan Hooten — trombone
Daniel Levin — cello
Brian Jones — drums
JC Kuhl — bass clarinet

performing —

“The Dry Cleaner from Des Moines”
“God Must Be a Boogie Man”
“Goodbye Porkpie Hat”

No BS! Brass

performing —

tbd

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