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Take note of this year's CNY Jazz Arts Foundation dos

For more information about any show, call CNY Jazz at 315-479-JAZZ (5299).

CONCERT SEASON EVENTS

Sunday Oct. 4

BROADWAY CABARET

To benefit the Fund for Jazz Central

Shows at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.

We celebrate downtown's busiest theater with a season opening cabaret benefit dedicated to supporting our unique facility. Rarely Done Productions will produce these intimate shows, each pairing veteran performers with our finest stars in the making. There'll be plenty more fun and games to be had at the shows too. Help CNY Jazz kick off the season in style and catch the finest of the Great American Songbook, interpreted by the region's finest triple threats. DONATIONS IN EXCESS OF TICKET PRICE ARE FULLY DEDUCTIBLE!

Sunday Oct. 25

CHRIS BOTTI

Goldstein Auditorium

2p.m.

Due to the generosity of our friends at Syracuse University, we are able to offer this incredible value to our season subscribers. Chris is the hottest ticket in the country these days, recently selling out the Stanley at prices up to $67. Garnering a Grammy for his duet recording with Sting, this gifted instrumentalist, talented composer and charismatic performer is the leading standard bearer for the art form.

What an opportunity! Take advantage of this EXCLUSIVE offer to our subscribers.

CNY JAZZ ORCHESTRA CONCERT SERIES

Friday Oct. 30

CNY Jazz Orchestra "Legends of Upstate New York I"

STEVE BROWN and JOE RIPOSO

8 p.m.

Carrier Theater

To residents of the Big Apple, Upstate starts in Westchester, right? We thought we'd correct this peculiar myopia by showing off the finest exponents of jazz who just happen to live across our region, home and birthplace of many of the finest practitioners of the art in the world -- the ones tough enough to take a little snow and laugh it off. We've paired Syracuse's own Dean of Jazz and Syracuse University prof Joe Riposo with Ithaca's signature musician and educator Steve Brown in a powerhouse "twofer" that will feature them and their original writing, individually and together. Double the trouble for a single price! Such a deal.

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