CLASS 947 – PEDALS, PIPES and PIMENTOS
Enjoy a relaxing evening discussing the intricacies of one of the most mysterious arts in the modern world – all the while also learning about All Saints’ new Quimby Pipe Organ. Master mixologist JOHN TUCKER, President of The Bryan Cultural Series and known far and wide, will share his secrets of the perfect gin martini while STEVE BLACKSTOCK, Organist and Choirmaster at All Saints and Principal, Manteo Elementary School, takes you through a tour of the new pipe organ of 2 manuals, 18 ranks and 1,088 pipes. Friday, Feb 9.
CLASS 948 – ALL THAT JAZZ FROM ON BROADWAY
ROBERT JACOBS has been a professional musician for more than 55 years. Robert plays accordion, digital accordion, piano, and electric piano. His repertoire encompasses a wide variety of musical styles, including jazz, swing, gypsy jazz, music of American composers and world music. Although he plays in various styles and genres, jazz is his number one favorite. This evening will be about enjoying and appreciating how Broadway Musicals have been influenced by jazz and how jazz has been influenced by composers who wrote for Broadway including Cole Porter, George Gershwin and Richard Rogers. Students will hear live and recorded music, with discussions of these connections. Tuesday, Feb 20.