Events for "Bassically Yours: The Jazz Photography of Keter Betts"

 

Bass choir performances by Herman Burney, James King, & Victor Dvoskin in The Betty Mae Kramer Gallery & Music Room as part of the programming for The Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County's (AHCMC) celebration of April’s National Jazz Appreciation Month. The exhibition on display is the world premiere of photographic works by internationally renowned jazz bassist Keter Betts that features historic portraits of notable musicians, singers, and other important figures of the Greater Washington jazz scene of the 1950’s and 1960’s. Bassically Yours: The Jazz Photography of Keter Betts will remain on view through May 29, 2015 at the Betty Mae Kramer Gallery, located in the Silver Spring Civic Building.


Special performances by the Herman Burney Trio featuring Herman Burney, Reginald Cyntje and Harold Summey in The Betty Mae Kramer Gallery & Music Room as part of the programming for The Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County's (AHCMC) celebration of April’s National Jazz Appreciation Month. The exhibition on display is the world premiere of photographic works by internationally renowned jazz bassist Keter Betts that features historic portraits of notable musicians, singers, and other important figures of the Greater Washington jazz scene of the 1950’s and 1960’s. Bassically Yours: The Jazz Photography of Keter Betts will remain on view through May 29, 2015 at the Betty Mae Kramer Gallery, located in the Silver Spring Civic Building.


Bassist Herman Burney and Willard Jenkins will present a lecture on the current exhibition: ”Bassically Yours: The Jazz Photography of Keter Betts” as part of the programming for The Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County's (AHCMC) celebration of April’s National Jazz Appreciation Month. The exhibition on display is the world premiere of photographic works by internationally renowned jazz bassist Keter Betts that features historic portraits of notable musicians, singers, and other important figures of the Greater Washington jazz scene of the 1950’s and 1960’s. Bassically Yours: The Jazz Photography of Keter Betts will remain on view through May 29, 2015 at the Betty Mae Kramer Gallery, located in the Silver Spring Civic Building.