The Quincy University Hawk Express Jazz Band will present its Fall Concert on Sunday, October 22 at 3 p.m. at Quincy University’s Connie Niemann Center for Music at 17th & Seminary Road.
The jazz band will perform a wide array of jazz tunes including By George, Hep Cat Blues, When I Fall in Love, and Crankcase. Daxtun Heier, junior music education minor, will be featured on the piano on the exciting piece, Killer on the Keys. Vocalist, John Beisner, will be featured on the classic big band tune, Minnie the Moocher. Senior Tuba player, Joe Niemerg, will be featured on the flashy piece, Gums.
The Jazz Band is under the direction of Christine Damm, DMA, dean of the school of fine arts and communication. The concert is free and open to the public.
For more information, contact Christine Damm at 217-228-5432 ext. 3159.
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