Rick Condit, Saxophone
Jay Ecker, Bass
Chester Daigle, Keyboard
"Jazz In The Arts" Jam Session
Left to right: Sylvester "Stank" Leblanc, Jeff Simon, Marcus Davis, Jairus Daigle, Mickey Smith, Michael Kittling, Jay Ecker, Megan and Mia Polk.
Not Shown: Chester Daigle, Sylvia Hankins, Ray Lavan, James Bill, Chester Daigle III, Salemah Broussard, Jakisu Ellis, Verlin Chretien.
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For more information contact Pat Daigle (337) 794-5744 or Arts and Humanities Council of Southwest of Louisiana, Inc. (337) 439-2787
JAZZ IN THE ARTS
"Jazz In The Arts" foundation is a non-profit organization under the umbrella of the Arts and Humanities Council of Southwest Louisiana, Inc.
We are dedicated to providing community-based Jazz concerts for family entertainment and presenting Jazz music awareness through art, dance, and the spoken word.
Our mission is to promote, preserve, perpetuate and encourage the music, arts, culture and heritage of communities in Louisiana through festivals, programs and other cultural, educational, civic and economic activities. Also to promote the development and education of Jazz music in all its varieties, create opportunities for children and adults to develop talents in all aspects of Jazz entertainment, and provide support, encouragement and recognition to the youth of Southwest Louisiana pursuing higher education in Jazz studies.
Concerts featuring jazz artists from Southwest Louisiana and the surrounding areas are given every quarter.
Now playing: "Hello My Old Friend" by Chester Daigle.
Chester and Pat Daigle and Children
Left to right:
Jairus Daigle, Violin
Chester Daigle III, Drums
Chester Daigle II, Keyboards
Pat Daigle, Vocals
Jazzelynn Daigle, Keyboard
Join Us for a great concert with
Berklee College of Music
The JITA RHYTHM SECTON
Chester Daigle, piano
Jay Ecker, bass
Jeff Simon, guitar
James Bill, drums
Sylvia Hankin, percussion
and a Special Appearance by
We are geered up for a great time.
So don't forget to make
Jazz In The Arts
a part of your Christmas holiday.
TICKETS ARE NOW ON