Jazz in the Basement: Davey Yarborough Celebrates Duke Ellington's 120th Birthday

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Jazz in the Basement: Davey Yarborough Celebrates Duke Ellington's 120th Birthday

Sunday, April 28, 2019, 2 p.m.

Celebrate local jazz hero Duke Ellington's 120th birthday with beloved performer and educator, Davey Yarborough. This concert, part of DC Public Library's Jazz in the Basement series, is made possible by Blues Alley, the DC Federation of Musicians and the Goethe-Institut Washington

Jon Ozment -piano
Ephraim Woolfolk -bass
Greg Holloway- percussion
Isaac Daniel - Guitar
Davey Yarborough- Sax/flute

Jazz in the Basement is a monthly concert series featuring local jazz artists, organized by the DC Public Library and curated by Bertrand Uberall and John Cook. The concerts are intended to highlight young artists, new composers, or unique jazz sounds to broaden the listening landscape of our Washington, DC audiences. DC Public Library is a proud supporter of our local music community and looks forward to expanding valuable resources to assist musicians in their creative and professional endeavors.

FREE | First come, first served | Limited seating 
Located at Goethe-Institut Washington at 1990 K St. NW (enter on 20th St.)