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Jeff Tower Fundraiser Concert

FundraiserFlyerSMJeff Tower Alumni/Friend Jamm Fundraiser

On Thursday, July 13th, 2017, the Diamond Valley Arts Center will hold a Charity Fundraiser for Jeff Tower. This celebrity studded event will include an Alumni/Friend Jamm, Slide shows, speakers and more!
Our goal is to help Jeff and his family raise money for in home care and other expenses. Jeff Tower was a long-time educator and professional musician in the Valley largely credited along with the late Larry Mattox for the enormously successful music program Hemet enjoys. Jeff's tough love approach shaped the lives of innumerable students over his many years teaching, as a clinician and adjudicating. Whether his students became professional musicians or just passed through his programs, Jeff had a lasting impact on their lives.

Help us give back and give big!

If you are interesting in performing or want to participate, please contact Jason Strain at jason@thedvac.org .

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Sandii Castleberry will perform her “Roots of American Music” show on Saturday, January 21, 2017 at the Diamond Valley Arts Center, 123 N. Harvard St., Hemet, Ca. 92543. Admission is $25 for Non Members and $20 For Members. Admission includes two beverages.

Idyllwild musicians Sandii Castleberry and Paul Carman take their audience on a musical tour through America, learning about the multicultural origins of songs and instruments in their show:  "The Roots of American Music." Audiences will travel east to west and south the Appalachia mountains, cross the Western Plains to California, then head down to New Orleans to learn about all the ingredients that make up a “jazz soup.” Sandii demonstrates and performs on the banjo, guitar, mandolin, harmonica, washboard, spoons, and limber jack. Paul plays bass, saxophone, flute, clarinet, and djembe,. Their show concludes by inviting audience members to join them in the art of collective improvisation, the founding principle of jazz.  Sandii and Paul will then perform a short set that includes blues to bluegrass, and folk to jazz.

MUSIC AT THE CENTER is a fundraiser for The DVAC and its programs.  Doors open at 6:30 pm with the concert beginning at 7:00pm.

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