Presbybop to present music of Brubeck on Sunday, April 23

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The final Arts at First Presbyterian event will take place on Sunday,
April 23 at 4 pm at First Presbyterian Church in Clarks Summit. This is a
a special opportunity to hear rare compositions by jazz legend Dave
Brubeck. In June 2016 Rev. Bill Carter, leader of the Presbybop Quartet,
spent a week researching Mr. Brubeck’s archives in Stockton, California.
He emerged with a sheaf of music by the master that has rarely been heard.

Rev Carter, a superb jazz pianist, will bring together Al Hamme and Mike
Carbone on saxophones, Ron Vincent on drums, and special guests Steve
LaSpina on bass and Dr. Jennifer Cowgill on vocals. It promises to be an
afternoon of great music by an amazing composer. The concert is open to
the public, free of charge. A free-will offering will be taken.

The Arts at First Presbyterian concert series receives support from the
Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts Program (administered by the Pocono
Arts Council), a Lackawanna County Arts & Cultural Grant, and numerous
individual donors.

For more information or directions, please contact First Presbyterian
Church at 570-586-6306 or visit www.fpccs.org. The church is located at
300 School Street, Clarks Summit.

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