The Toledo Jazz Orchestra Kicks off the 2019-2020 Valentine Theatre Concert Series
Contact: Toledo Jazz Orchestra Address: P.O. Box 353123 Toledo, Ohio 43635Website: toledojazz.org
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 23, 2019
TOLEDO, OH, — Come hear the Toledo Jazz Orchestra perform the music that paralleled an important time in American history. c The TJO will play original arrangements from the bands, along with contemporary arrangements of their tunes to showcase the long term impact of the Harlem Renaissance on modern jazz.
WHO: Toledo Jazz Orchestra
WHAT: Music of the Harlem Renaissance
WHERE: The Valentine Theatre 410 Adams Street, Toledo, Ohio 43604-1402
WHEN: Saturday, October 19, 2019, at 8:00 PM
Doors open at 7:00 and the performance begins at 8:00 PM
TICKETS for this Toledo Jazz Orchestra Series event start at $28 and range up through $33, and may be purchased from the Valentine Theatre box office by calling 419.242.2787 or by visiting the Valentine Theatre website at valentinetheatre.com.
RON KISCHUK is in his tenth season as artistic director of the jazz orchestra. He is on the adjunct faculty of Wayne State University and is a Yamaha clinician, and performing artist. Ron directs The Masters of Music Big Band, The Tartarsauce Traditional Jazz Band, and is the owner of Brassworks Entertainment in Detroit, and The Masters of Music Conservatory in Royal Oak. He has been a featured soloist as well as performed with The Detroit Symphony Orchestra on trombonist. Ron has 16 CD releases as bandleader, and has recorded with greats such as Aretha Franklin, The Temptations, Grand Funk Railroad and so many more. He even holds credit to performing on the Grammy-winning soundtrack “Standing In the Shadows of Motown.”
ABOUT THE TOLEDO JAZZ ORCHESTRA: Since 1980, the Toledo Jazz Orchestra has worked with dozens of industry legends, including Dizzy Gillespie, Joe Williams, Clark Terry and Zoot Sims. The group also performs the works of the major big bands from the past eight decades along with arrangements commissioned specifically for the orchestra. The Toledo Jazz Orchestra has two albums to its credit titled “Groovin’” and “Out of Nowhere.”