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Golden Age Tenor Saxophonist

"One of the last surviving links to the Golden Age of modern jazz," tenor saxophonist and composer/arranger Benny Golson shares insights from his prolific performing and recording career with Dean Fred Bronstein and faculty artist Alex Brown.

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Cohen-Davison Family Theatre 1 East Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore, MD 21202
12:30 pm Friday, September 14 FREE

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