Clark Terry fundraiser

Clark Terry
In recent months, UNH affiliate professor of music and jazz legend Clark Terry has undergone many health challenges including amputation of both of his legs. The Jazz Foundation of America provides around-the-clock healthcare help and support.

To help defray these costs, some of Clark’s musical friends will join in a “Fundraising Concert for Clark” which will include a special Skype appearance by Clark and Gwen Terry.

Monday, April 23, 2012 at 7pm
Saint Peter’s Church
619 Lexington Avenue
New York, NY 10022

Suggested donation is $25 at the door or, if you cannot be there, you can send a donation. Checks should be written to Jazz Foundation of America with “Clark Terry account” in the memo line and mailed to the JFA at 322 W. 48th Street, New York, NY 10036.

Terry, who turned 91 in December, has been a great ambassador for the music, appeared on over 900 recordings, and mentored numerous young musicians.

Musicians confirmed to appear include:

Clifford Adams Jr., Carl Allen, Lisle Atkinson, Art Baron, Gene Bertoncini, Valerie Capers, Paquito D’Rivera, Ron Carter, Jimmy Cobb, Sylvia Cuenca, Dee Daniels, Bryan Davis, David Demsey, Lou Donaldson, Mark Elf, Essiet Essiet, Don Friedman, Greg Gisbert, Dave Glasser, Onaje Allan Gumbs, Winard Harper, Barry Harris, Louis Hayes, Jimmy Heath, Conrad Herwig, Jack Jeffers, Melba Joyce, Justin Kauflin, Stantawn Kendrick, Bob Kindred, Victor Lewis, Tony Lujan, Russell Malone, Sarah McLawler, Marcus McLaurine, Junior Mance, Mulgrew Miller, Shawnn Monteiro, Frank Owens, Jimmy Owens, Jeremy Pelt, Anne Phillips, Rufus Reid, Bill Saxton, Josh Shpak, Don Sickler, Norman Simmons, John Simon, Lew Soloff, Helen Sung and Frank Wess.

 

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