BlaineJazz Festival Schedule

Published on Thu, Jun 29, 2006
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Blaine Jazz Festival Schedule

Presented by
The Pacific Arts Association, The City
of Blaine and The City of Bellingham
in cooperation with the Blaine School District

?Sunday, July 9, 2:00pm local saxophone players (saxophone players remain for registration)
3:00pm Registration for all other instruments
Blaine School District Performing Arts Center
Cookout follows for all students at 5:00pm.
Lodging Check-in for out of town students follows.

Monday, July 10 - Saturday, July 15
Blaine School District Performing Arts Center
Rehearsals and Classes: 9:00am - 4:00pm
Optional Private Lessons: 4:00pm - 5:00pm

Noon and afternoon Performances (FREE)
All noon and afternoon performances will be held at the Blaine Boardwalk Lighthouse Pavilion - on G Street.*
Mon., July 10, noon - Louisiana Repertory Jazz Ensemble of New Orleans followed by Master Class. The public is invited to attend.
Tues., July 11, noon - Louisiana Repertory Jazz Ensemble of New Orleans.
Wed., July 12, noon - String of Pearls Preview.
Thur., July 13, noon - Vocal Students w/Greta Matassa & Vijay Singh.
Fri., July 14, noon - Let’s Rock Faculty Combo.
Sat., July 15, 1:00-4:00pm Student Jazz Concert - Blaine Boardwalk Lighthouse Pavilion - on G Street.
*Note all outdoor concerts are weather dependent. In the event of rain,
these concerts will be held indoors at the Blaine Performing Arts Center.

EVENING CONCERTS
Classic Jazz Lost and Found
Monday, July 10, 7:30pm - Blaine Performing Arts Center - The Louisiana Repertory Jazz Ensemble

A Musical tour of post-Katrina New Orleans
Tuesday, July 11, 7:30pm - Fairhaven Village Green - The Louisiana Repertory Jazz Ensemble
“They play with full-blooded, all-American vigor, simultaneously ribald and ingenious.” - The New York Post
www.louisianajazz.com

A String of Pearls featuring vocalists Greta Matassa and Vijay Singh and the Blaine Jazz Festival Faculty Combo
Thursday, July 13, 7:30pm - Blaine Performing Arts center
Also includes a performance of “Dead Elvis” by Martin Kuuskmann
*Students registered for the festival are admitted free. Family and friends must purchase tickets.

Friday Night FREE Concert
Friday, July 14, 7:30pm - Blaine Performing Arts Center.
A student jazz concert featuring our most outstanding students and our amazing faculty.


Blaine jazz festival for teens July 9 - July 15, 2006

Six exciting days of rehearsals, combos, improv and other great classes for teens with an internationally recognized faculty culminating in a jazz concert, featuring student big bands, combos and vocal groups. “Let’s Rock” class will reinforce the fundamentals of music through material that most kids play. Learn how to start a band and keep it going. Registration still in progress. Register online at pacificartsassoc.org or phone 371-0141. Housing available for out of town students. Produced in cooperation with the Blaine School District.

Ours Students
We anticipate 100 students visiting Blaine to participate in this great event. Many are here through generous donations from local patrons. Please welcome them by attending our student jazz concert on Saturday, July 15 from 1:00 to 4:00pm in Marine Park. 

Pacific Arts Association Season Series
Individual tickets available at pacificartsassoc.org. In Bellingham at
Village Books and in Blaine at Steamers, The Smugglers Inn, Pacific Building Center, Semiahmoo Hotel Gift Shop and Blaine and Birch Bay Visitors Centers. Tickets also available at the door. Phone (360)332-6484 for credit card orders.
SAVE 25% with a season ticket.
See pacificartsassoc.org or our brochure for information and concert schedule.
Brochures are available at the Blaine Visitors’ Center.
Produced in cooperation with the Blaine School District

The Louisiana Repertory Jazz Ensembe

?Classic Jazz Lost and Found*
Monday, July 10, 7:30pm
Blaine Performing Arts Center

A Musical Tour of
Post-Katrina New Orleans
Tuesday, July 11, 7:30pm
Fairhaven Village Green - FREE

"They play with full-blooded, all-American vigor, simultaneously ribald and ingenious." - The New York Post
www.louisianajazz.com

The Vigil Project

Sculptor Bob McDermott, creator of Fairhaven’s “Dirty Dan Harris” is creating a master work to grace the Blaine Boardwalk on the H Street plaza which has recently been completed. A Nordic bronze trio-mother, wife and son of a fisherman at sea gaze out at Blaine Harbor, awaiting his return, reflecting Blaine’s Icelandic fishing heritage and the past, present and future of Blaine.

Partial funding for the Vigil comes from taxes on Blaine tourism dollars and McDermott’s in-kind donation, but the remaining dollars must be raised by private donations. Take your place in Blaine’s history and preserve your name, your business’ name or that of loved ones in brick, bronze or stone engraving near the Vigil sculpture.
The Vigil sculpture is scheduled for completion and dedication on October 14, 2006 if needed donations are obtained.

Donation categories are as follows:
Sidewalk Brick $50
Sidewalk Double Brick $150
Platform Brick $250
Platform Double Brick $500
5”x12” Bronze $1,000
12”x16” Limestone $2,500
16”x20” Limestone $5,000
16”x20” Bronze $10,000

A wide variety of engraved symbols or your company’s logo can be added (except Single Brick size). Check out the engravings already installed on the H Street Plaza site.

For details on placement and engraving possibilities for the sculpture base, visit our
|website at pacificartsassoc.org or take your donation to the Northern Meadows Specialty Gift and Wine Shop (360-332-4921) in downtown Blaine at Peace Portal and H Street, right across from the new H Street Plaza where the Vigil will be placed. You may also pay on line at pacificartsassoc.org or mail your check to:
Northern Meadow
Specialty Gift and Wine
684A Peace Portal Drive
Blaine, WA 9823

The Vigil Sculpture will be cast in bronze and will grace our beautiful city for centuries. If you wish to help us with this project please contact Bruce Wolf 360-319-9388 or Bob Boule at 360-332-1749.