On Saturday, May 18th, the Sage City Symphony is presenting a Community Jazz Brunch in the Park McCullough Carriage Barn. We’re pleased to announce that Village School’s Strings program has been selected as one of 3 recipients of the funds raised through this event. (The other recipients are the Kitchen Cupboard Food Pantry and the Sage City Symphony).
The event features the Leo Yucht Jazz Combo and the meal includes a delicious varieties of brunch favorites including a variety of quiches, smoked salmon, fruits and sweet breads. Gather your friends and family and enjoy a relaxing Saturday brunch!
Here are the details:
- Saturday May 18th 10 am – 1 pm
- Park McCullough Carriage Barn
- $20 adults; $10 students (including college-aged students); 12 and under, free.
- Reservations not required but encouraged. To reserve please call 802 375-9263 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Leo Yucht Combo: Leo Yucht, a 2013 graduate of Mount Anthony Union High School who received his degree from William Paterson University, has performed with some of the most acclaimed musicians in the world, including Jon Batiste, Aaron Goldberg, Harold Mabern, Pete Malinverni and many more. He performs regularly in the New York metropolitan area with his band, and also as a sideman with other world-renowned jazz artists. Yucht’s jazz quartet for this brunch and concert includes Bob Bruya on bass, Thomas Linger on keyboard and Daniel Berkey on tenor saxophone.
Please help us to make this a great fundraiser for all!
The brunch is an appetizer for the symphony’s free spring concert the following day, Sunday, May 19, at 4 p.m., at Greenwall Auditorium in the VAPA Building at Bennington College, sponsored by People’s Bank. The concert program is built around the world premiere of “E,” a composition for jazz combo and orchestra by Leo Yucht. This work was commissioned by Sage City Symphony as part of its mission to support new composers. For more information about Sunday’s FREE concert, visit the Bennington Banner’s website/article.
This event is made possible by the generous support of the Fund for North Bennington and the Sage City Symphony. Click here to visit the Sage City Symphony’s website.