Jazz in the Park returns at Huntsville’s Big Spring Park
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) - Jazz in the Park is back for another fall concert series in downtown Huntsville.
Kenneth Anderson is the Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for the city of Huntsville. He’s also one of the major promoters for Jazz in the Park. He’s thrilled about the lineup of artists this year. “It highlights some of the best artists in smooth jazz from around the nation and around the world.” Anderson told WAFF 48. “These are Grammy Award winning and Grammy nominated artists. Some of them are local, some are regional, some are national, some are international. This is our opportunity to share the universal language of music with our community and do it in an environment that is safe, family friendly, fun and also free.”
Not only do people get to enjoy a great, free show on Sunday, but local students get a free lesson from a professional on Monday. “Our headliners will perform on stage on Sunday nights in September and the next day they will go into one of our Huntsville City Schools and do a master class with a jazz orchestra and jazz band. I think that makes it very unique.” Anderson said.
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