OceanFirst Bank Foundation
Jazz @ the Point 2021
The South Jersey Jazz Society is proud to announce that Jazz great Randy Brecker will be appearing at the OceanFirst Bank Foundation 2021 Jazz@thePoint Festival. Randy will perform one show at the Gateway Playhouse on October 2nd at 7:30. Seating is limited. Tickets are on sale for $30 each until September 18th. After that, any remaining tickets will be $40 each. Call the Gateway Playhouse at 609 653-0553 to purchase tickets.
This year’s festival will be September 30 – October 3. In addition to Randy Brecker’s performance a number of other jazz shows will be held, free of charge, including:
To advance and facilitate the promotion, presentation, education, and appreciation of America’s unique and diversified art form, jazz, in Somers Point and the surrounding communities of southern New Jersey.
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“It’s great to play for an enthusiastic, knowledgeable & appreciative audience.”
– Bob Devos- guitarist, composer
“The audiences at your events tend to be more attentive and respectful than most”.
– George Mesterhazy- pianist, composer, arranger
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– Joanna Pascale- vocalist
“What a wonderful event. The venues are so intimate and the audiences are very respectful of the artist. It reminded me of the times that I performed in Europe.”
Barbara Montgomery- vocalist
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-Rob Swanson- bassist, composer
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– Jeanne Bryson- vocalist
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