MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
JAZZ AT THE SANDBAR RETURNS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2ND FOR THE FALL SERIES!
WITH SPECIAL GUEST ELLIS MARSALIS
October 9th: Drummer Stanton Moore
October 16th: Singer Cyrille Aimee
October 23rd: Guitarist Dave Stryker
October 30th: Organist Jean-Yves Jung
November 6th: Pianist Roberto Carcasses from Cuba
November 13th: Trombonist Jon RaMm
November 20th: Singer Karrin Allyson
For more information, check out our Sandbar Page!
Spring 2019 JAZZ AT THE SANDBAR Series
is now completed. Thank you to all who helped put on another great series of shows!
Some photos from the Spring 2019 Season:
Jazz @ the Sandbar is open to the public. General Admission is $10 and free to UNO Students and Faculty.
All proceeds benefit the George Brumat Scholarship Fund. Thank you all for supporting a great cause!
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A Special Thank You to Our Sponsors!
"WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD"
WINNERS DISPLAY 2018
1ST PLACE Overall WINNER 2018
The New Orleans Jazz Celebration and New Orleans Jazz Museum are partnering with Satchmo SummerFest on an exhibition of the artwork from the "What a Wonderful World" Art-Essay and Poetry Contest. Festival attendees can view youth submissions to the contest inside of the New Orleans Jazz Museum for the duration of the festival.
The contest is an opportunity for students in grades Kindergarten through High School to demonstrate their visual arts, oratorical and written skills. Student's work are judged in accordance with the contest guidelines and rules created by professionals in the field of visual arts or English. Each entrant in the contest receive a certificate of participation and prize. Place winners of the Art contest will receive a monetary prize and have their work displayed for four months in the EXCELth Health Clinic(s) and other public outlets as well. Contest judges have consistently been impressed with the quality of work exhibited by these students. The hope is that the participants will continue to develop their artistic talents in the same way Louis Armstrong developed his.