Super Jazz at the Ranch, a daylong jazz festival hosted by West Ranch High School in Stevenson Ranch, is happening Saturday, May 18, starting at 9 a.m.
Music will fill the air as performers from throughout the region showcase their talents.
The event will be studded with dazzling musical performances, competitions and clinics. Music begins at 9 a.m.
Highlights of the day include a performance by the Jacob Mann Trio, featuring three of LA’s top young jazz talents.
Pasadena City College’s Brian Carmody will lead the Hart District Jazz “All-Stars,” a group composed of some of the most talented jazz students from around the William S. Hart Union School District.
Adjudicators include active professional musicians and notable jazz educators who will evaluate jazz ensembles from schools throughout Southern California.
All day general admission to Super Jazz at the Ranch is $10, and admission for students and seniors is $7. Food concessions will be available on site.
For additional information, contact Brian Leff, director of Jazz Studies at West Ranch, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Super Jazz at the Ranch:
Super Jazz at the Ranch is an annual jazz festival, created by noted music educator Bob Babko to bring professional and student musicians together. Babko, an inductee in the California Alliance for Jazz Hall of Fame in recognition of his dedication to music education, established the Super Jazz music festival in 1997 as one of his many endeavors to provide local jazz students with extraordinary opportunities to perform and learn.