Apply For “Salsa Meets Jazz 2002” Seminar With Eddie Palmieri Orchestra


Goddard College in Plainfield, Vt., is offering a unique educational event Aug. 4-11. “Salsa Meets Jazz 2002” is the only Afro-Caribbean jazz sminar for high school and college musicians in the United States. It’s a week-long intensive musical experience with the members of the Eddie Palmieri Orchestra, offering daily listening sessions with Eddie Palmieri, faculty-led combos, Afro-Cuban big bands, a rumba ensemble, instrumental and vocal master classes (piano, trombone, trumpet, saxophones, guitar/tres, bass, percussion and vocals), and understanding clavé, with faculty
concerts and exciting jam sessions throughout the week,salsa dancing, and Afro-Caribbean cuisine.

In addition, eight full scholarships to “Salsa Meets Jazz 2002” are availavle to New York/Tri-State area residents through the New York Daily News.

Visit for seminar and scholarship information and an application.

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