In CJO Season 8

The Charleston Jazz Orchestra’s October 22 concert, Jazz On The Screen II, will highlight some of the greatest jazz music featured in popular Television Shows and Films from the 1940s through today. It will take place October 22nd at the Charleston Music Hall, 37 John Street, Charleston, SC. Shows begin at 5 P.M. and 8 P.M.

Guest will be delighted by songs made famous by Dooley Wilson (As Time Goes By), Gene Wilder (Pure Imagination), Vince Guaraldi (Linus and Lucy) and many others. The CJO audience will also enjoy arrangements by some of Charleston’s most talented jazz musician/arrangers including Robert Lewis, Frank Duvall, Mark Sterbank, Jason Bellack, Brett Belanger, Demetrius Doctor, and Jack Pettit.

“We’re bringing back Jazz on the Screen because it was extremely popular with our CJO audience a few years ago,” said Charlton Singleton, Music Director and Conductor of the Charleston Jazz Orchestra. “Over the years, there’s been exceptional jazz music written for TV and Film and we’ve had a lot of fun selecting our favorites for this next concert on October 22. We know our CJO audience will enjoy it!”

Songs will be selected from these TV Shows and Movies:

  • Casablanca
  • Get Smart
  • Charlie Brown
  • The Adams Family
  • Strike up the Band
  • Willy Wonka
  • Spider Man
  • The Simpsons

For ticket purchasing and information, log on to www.jazzartistsofcharleston.org.

About Jazz Artists Of Charleston: Jazz Artists of Charleston (JAC), is a South Carolina-based nonprofit organization incorporated to foster a professional environment for jazz musicians, artists, students and enthusiasts in the Charleston area. Its mission is to develop, promote, and support a vibrant and creative jazz culture through concerts, special outreach events, and educational programs. JAC endeavors to preserve and bolster Charleston’s rich musical history and legacy as it explores the various realms of jazz in terms of how it is created as well as its stylistic expressions.

For more information and to schedule an interview, media appearance, or for hi-resolution images, contact [email protected]

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