Jazz at Meade

    Date/Time
    Date(s) - 10/20/2019
    4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

    Location
    Meade Memorial Episcopal Church

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    FEATURED ARTIST
    The Vibe Collective is dedicated to laying down
    the tight grooves and inventive improvisations
    that typified the Afro-Cuban music scenes of
    New York and San Francisco in the 1960s and
    beyond. The diverse group of musicians brings
    their backgrounds in music ranging from mambo,
    rumba, samba, calypso, timba, jazz and afro- beat
    to the works of Cal Tjader, Miles Davis, Horace
    Silver, Tito Puente, Mongo Santamaria and
    many more. With strong foundations in dance
    and dance accompaniment, the Vibe Collective
    churns out rhythms that move the bodies and
    spirits of the audience.
    Rod Hamilton- Vibraphone, Percussion
    Stewart Bernard- Bass, Percussion
    Sam “Seguito” Turner- Timbales, Percussion
    Jason Walker- Congas, Percussion
    For booking information contact Jason Walker at
    (240) 997-2205. www.jconga.com

     

    ABOUT MEADE
    Meade Memorial Episcopal Church was organized
    in 1873 to minister to freed slaves and indentured
    servants. Today, Meade is an ethnically diverse
    small congregation. The congregants do God’s
    work through community outreach and ministry.
    Meade supports an outreach program that seeks
    to serve the nutritional and clothing needs of
    those who are homeless or in distress. Through
    worship, stewardship and ministry, Meade
    strives to meet the spiritual and life needs of its
    congregation.

     

    All concerts are held on Sunday
    Afternoon 4–6 pm
    Light Refreshments/ Street Parking
    Artist Subject to Change
    Donation $20.00
    Meade Memorial Episcopal Church
    322 North Alfred Street
    Alexandria, Virginia 22314
    703-549-1334
    www.Meadechurch.org

     

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