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A Jazzy Long Island Event: Tribute to MJQ and Sarah Vaughan

Saturday, September 11th at 7:30pm
DHPAC at Five Towns College in Dix Hills, LI, NY
Tickets and info: here.

More about the show:

Tribute to Milt Jackson and the MJQ with Bryan Carrott &

Tribute to Sarah Vaughan with Halley Hiatt

Bryan Carrott’s credits include being a percussionist for Lion King on Broadway, and for the Appollo Theater engagement of Dreamgirls. Carrott teaches percussion at Five Towns College, and Long Island is lucky to keep such wonderful talent so near. Carrott’s performance is a tribute to vibraphonist Milt Jackson and the MJQ (Modern Jazz Quartet).

Hally Hiatt is an up-and-coming jazz vocalist working on a new album. She shines on stage, doing tributes to jazz greats. This evening’s tribute is to The Sassy, Sarah Vaughan.

DHPAC/Dix Hills Performing Arts Center is the 500 seat venue at Five Towns College, Dix Hills, Long Island, NY. The address is 305 North Service Road, Dix Hills, NY 11746. (Look for Burr’s Lane off the North Service Road of the LIE or find directions: here.)

Ticket and info online, or at the DHPAC/FTC Box Office at 631-656-2148.

2 Responses

  1. Would love to hear this concert but I am out of state. Is there a CD of this. I would pay to have it.

    • To Rodger:

      About the MJQ Sarah Vaughan concert: I am not sure if a tape is available. But, you can check with the staff at the Dix Hills Performing Arts Center.

      Sanford “Sandy” Hinden:
      shinden at ftc dot edu


      (631) 656-2148

      They also have a website, blog, and a regular e-mail list, if you want to keep up with their interesting goings-on.


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