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Music on Sundays Concert Series 2019-2010: “Broadway Swings” with Wendy Jones and The Jason Decristofaro Trio
Mar 15 @ 3:00 pm
Presented by the Temple of Israel, a proud participant of Upstate International Month
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The Music on Sunday Concert Series focuses on bringing an affordable series of 6 quality Concerts to Greenville area residents/visitors each year. Our Concerts offer Concertgoers a variety of Classical, Contemporary, Popular and Broadway programs performed by regional and internationally-renowned artists.

    • The performances are similar to what you might see at the Peace Center or the Spoleto Festival in Charleston, but at a fraction of the price.
    • Come see what Paul Hyde of The Greenville News calls the “best concert value” in South Carolina.
Salsa Shark on September 15; American Chamber Players on
October 27; 9 String Theory on November 10; Jack Cohan & Friends on January 19; Bandana Klezmer on February 16 and “Broadway Swings” with Wendy Jones & the Jason DeCristofaro Trio on March 15.
Each Concert is followed by a complimentary “Meet the Artists” Wine & Cheese Reception and complimentary parking for a total of $85 (or $20/Concert if the entire Season is not to your liking).
Click HERE to pay for tickets online, OR purchase tickets at the door on the day of concert.
Rosa Parks: a talk by Teresa Cobsy, J.D.
Mar 17 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Teresa Nesbitt Cosby is an Associate Professor of Politics and International Affairs at Furman University. Her specialty is constitutional law and racial and ethnic politics. Her J.D. is from Howard University.

Ms. Cosby was the law clerk of retired United States Magistrate Judge William M. Catoe, Jr., she has served as an Assistant Deputy Attorney General for the South Carolina Attorney General’s Office, was the Executive Director of Legal Services of South Carolina, and the former Legal Services of Western Carolina. She has also served as the Executive Director of the Black Family Land Trust, a six state

program. She serves and has served on national, state and local boards of directors, which includes her service as chair of the Civil Policy Group of the National Legal Aid and Defender Association, and the Upstate Community Mediation Center.

This event is a discussion NOT an in-character performance. In the Chautauqua History Comes Alive Festival June 12 – 2, Rosa Parks will be performed by Becky Stone from Fairview, NC.