Pops Concert: Music of Motown -- This Thursday!

Hello Garfield Orchestra Parents and Students!
YOU ARE INVITED to the Garfield Orchestra and Jazz Choir concert on THURSDAY at 7pm.  This show is in the style of my “other orchestra,” The Seattle Rock Orchestra.  It is a huge production with professional solo vocalists, drum set, electric bass, choir, and orchestra.  It is going to be a really fun show.  I hope to see you all there!  
In case you haven't "heard it through the grapevine," Garfield Orchestra Pops Concert this year is The Music of Motown! 
Thursday, April 6 @ 7 PM, Quincy Jones auditorium  -- $10 suggested donation for adults
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The orchestras are accompanied by the Garfield Jazz Choir and members of the Garfield Jazz Band. We are also featuring two fabulous Seattle vocalists: Annie Jantzer & Jimmie Herrod. 
About Annie:

Annie Jantzer (pronounced yawn-sir) is a professional vocalist and educator in the Seattle/Pacific Northwest area. This is her seventh year performing with the Seattle Rock Orchestra, featured in shows such as An Evening of Queen, David Bowie, Beach Boys, Beck, Michael Jackson, Pink Floyd, The Police, Stevie Wonder, as well as special events, Tacoma's First Night Music Festival, The Stranger Genius Awards, and the Spring Music Festival at Doe Bay. Annie is featured in local musical acts Happy Orchestra, Bucket of Honey, The Nick Foster Band, The Harpies, 45th Street Brass, as well as national blues artist, CeDell Davis. She is a member of singer/song writer's book club, The Bushwick Book Club, performing and recording original music inspired by books, and is a teaching artist for their national K-12 youth program, S.T.Y.L.E. (Songwriting Through Youth Literature Education). Annie is also a teaching artist with SRO's youth program, SROSI (Seattle Rock Orchestra Summer Intensive).

About Jimmie: 
Jimmie Herrod is a Portland/Seattle based musician and actor with degree's specializing in jazz, performance, and composition. A freelancing vagabond by nature, Jimmie performs a wide array of styles. Working at theaters such as Seattle's 5th Ave, and Portland's own Opera company, the versatility displayed in his performance transcends expectation similarly to his musical writing style. Jimmie Currently serves as Adjunct faculty at Portland State University as a member of the vocal jazz faculty. Broadway World (Jay Irwin) "But it's the third "lady" that truly blew me away. Jimmie Herrod as Tunny's Extraordinary Girl was a performance for the ages. Not normally a drag role Herrod takes it and turns it into a beautiful character with a sublime voice. I actually had to double check myself that it was a guy singing when he opened his mouth.”
See you Thursday! 
Kim Roy