SFJAZZ Announces Spring Season

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SFJAZZ has announced the schedule for its third annual Spring Season, which celebrates classic jazz traditions and cutting-edge innovations from March through June. The series is presented under the artistic direction of Joshua Redman.

The SFJAZZ Spring Season 2002 will showcase six series of concerts, films, panel discussions and family matinees exploring six eclectic musical themes.

Scheduled performances are by artists such as Sonny Rollins, Cassandra Wilson, Wynton Marsalis, Joshua Redman, Joe Lovano, Bill Frisell, Stanton Moore and Buena Vista Social Club singer Omara Portuondo.

The series will take place throughout various locations in the San Francisco area, including Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater, Herbst Theater and the Masonic Auditorium.

Tickets for all events can be purchased in person without service charge at SFJAZZ Store located at 3 Embarcadero Center, Lobby Level. Tickets for all events can also be purchased on SFJAZZ’s web site, www.sfjazz.com, or by phone at 415-776-1999 (outside California may call 1-800-225-2277).



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