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The Future of Jazz in Bloomington

Take a glimpse into the future of jazz in Bloomington on Friday March 27th at the 5th annual musical showcase of young jazz performers.

Take a glimpse into the future of jazz in Bloomington on Friday March 27th at the 5th annual musical showcase of young jazz performers. Monika Herzig co-founder of Jazz from Bloomington describes the style of music people will hear by these young performers

The Future of Jazz showcase is at 7:30 p.m. at the John Waldron Auditorium.

Erica Hunter

WFIU Arts and Culture Reporter

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