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Celebrate UNESCO International Jazz Day in SF

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Tuesday, April 30, 2013 from 3:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)

Celebrate UNESCO International Jazz Day in SF

Ticket Information

Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
French Wines & Savory Snack Plate
General Admission Day of Event
Ended $20.00 $1.49
French Wines & Sweet Snack Plate Ended $20.00 $1.49
Donate to the Jazz Band Performances Ended
Event Attendance Ended Free $0.00
General Admission Day of Event Ended $15.00 $1.37

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Event Details


Paramount Booking International, "Healing the World through Music"

is producing an event for Jazz Day, supporting the efforts of UNESCO

in celebrating this second annual event.


 You are cordially invited to attend this event
on Tu
esday, April 30, 2013 between 3 PM - 8 PM


Presenting live jazz music by San Francisco jazz performances, including Hot Club of San Francisco, Left Bank Trio and The Jazzschool of Berkeley.

Special guests, Pablo Castro, President of United Nations Association San Francisco and Susan Muscarella, Founder and CEO of Jazz School Berkeley will speak briefly about the influence of Jazz Music on Education and Culture.

I sincerely hope you will join us
in celebrating this special day honoring jazz and culture.
Please
indicate how many would like to attend
by making your RSVP here.


No charge to attend however you must RSVP in advance.
The venue will be serving no-host French wine and snacks. Food and wine service is $20 which includes two glasses of red or white French wine, and a sweet or savory snack plate. Please include number of wine/snack orders with RSVP.

If you wish to pay in advance for wines and snacks, or to make a voluntary donation, please do so here.
 
The event is "FREE" however you must RSVP in advance to attend.
 
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A Special Message From
Irina Bokova, UNESCO Director General
and
Herbie Hancock, UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador for Intercultural Dialogue Chairman, Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz

Jazz is recognized as America's greatest musical contribution to the world. This art form that originated in the great City of New Orleans now belongs to the citizens of every nation on earth.

Jazz stands for freedom, symbolizes democracy, and has soothed and uplifted the spirits and souls of millions of people residing in all corners of the globe, particularly the disenfranchised citizens who otherwise would have great difculty expressing and channeling their feelings, emotions, and opinions. No musical art form is more powerful as a diplomatic tool than jazz.

International Jazz Day is a means to highlight, support, and leverage the unifying attributes of this music through worldwide celebratory events and activities on April 30th of each year.

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As a minister responsible for relations with the United Nations Educational Scientific Cultural Organization (UNESCO) I appreciate your particiaption in this prestigious San Francisco event
for International Jazz Day, April 30, 2013. www.jazzday.com


 

My very best regards,

Cheryl Jean

415-723-9659 ext. 1
cheryl@paramountbooking.com
www.paramountbooking.com



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When & Where


Chez Berlue
1749 Union St
San Francisco, CA 94123

Tuesday, April 30, 2013 from 3:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)


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  News and Updates
2013-04-30 08:09:13

Looking forward to seeing you at Jazz Day today.  Bring lots of quarters for parking meters!  The parking is limited and there are not any parking lots near by, so you will need to park on the street and walk over.  The meters only give 8 minutes per quarter, and have a 2 hour max, so plan accordingly.  The meters are active until 6 PM.


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