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All That Jazz-Featuring Harry Watters

The Pensacola Civic Band presents:

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From Duke Ellington to Louis Armstrong, we   all love the music that has us dancing and tapping our toes. Join the Pensacola Civic Band and jazz trombonist Harry Watters for an evening of Dixieland, Jazz, and the sounds of New Orleans. The Civic Band will take you on a journey through music that will have you bouncing the whole night.

Virtuoso Jazz Trombonist  Harry Watters has performed with Jazz and Dixieland greats such as Al Hirt, Pete Fountain, Doc Severinson and Lou Rawls. Harry also spent four years touring with the “Dukes of Dixieland.”

Tickets are $10 (plus applicable service fees) and are available at the PSC Lyceum Ticket Office; 850-484-1847, the Saenger Theatre Box Office, or through any member of the Civic Band.

Pensacola Saenger Theatre
118 S. Palafox Street
Pensacola, Fl  32502
850-595-3880


JupiterHarry2DAbout Harry Watters
Internationally known jazz trombonist Harry Watters travels extensively as a Jupiter Artist. His Summit Records releases include Love Songs and three critically acclaimed Brothers discs with trumpeter Ken Watters. After graduation from the Univ. of N. Texas, Harry spent four years with the renowned Dukes of Dixieland. While working at night on Bourbon Street, a sleep-deprived Watters attended the Univ. of New Orleans by day, serving as the grad. asst. to Prof. Ellis Marsalis. Watters has appeared at the American Band College, the Assoc. of Concert Bands Nat. Convention, the International Trombone Festival, the European Trombone Festival and the Eastern Trombone Workshop. In addition, he regularly conducts masterclasses at prestigious universities, conservatories and high schools throughout the US. Harry is married to violist and keyboardist Holly Watters of the U.S. Army Strings. They reside in Alexandria, VA with their children Harry V, Katherine the 1st and Lady Caroline.