TAMUK jazzes things up for holiday season
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The Texas A&M University-Kingsville Department of Music’s jazz program will kick off the holiday season with its 27th annual Jazz Bash at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 23, in Jones Auditorium on the campus of A&M-Kingsville.

Jazz Bash is the jazz program’s free annual fall concert and provides the community with a fun, relaxing and festive way to begin their holiday celebration just two days before Thanksgiving. In addition, the concert showcases the many talented students within A&M-Kingsville’s internationally award-winning jazz program.

The concert will feature the A&M-Kingsville Salsa Band, directed by Dr. Jason Kihle, assistant professor of music; Jazz Bands II & III, directed by James Warth, associate professor of music; and Jazz Band I, directed by Dr. Paul Hageman, professor of music.

Selected musical pieces include: “June Is Bustin’ Out All Over,” “Tangerine,” “Take Only For Pain,” “All Of Me,” “Cruisin’ For A Bluesin’,” “Bonehead, Don’t Be Silly,” “Minor Mystery,” “In A Big Way,” “SuperBone Meets the Bad Man,” “Jumpin’ Jivin’ Joey,” “Dialmentia,” “Whiplash,” “Soy Antillana,” “Cambios” and “Ah Bailar Cha-Cha-Cha.”
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