Treasure Coast Jazz Society Vero Beach

Treasure Coast Jazz Society Vero Beach

Starts from: January 27, 2021

All Day

4731 Florida A1A

The Bill Allred Classic Jazz Band will play for the Treasure Coast Jazz Society Vero Beach at the Vero Beach Yacht club on Saturday, February 4, noon to 3:00PM. This Treasure Coast Jazz Society Vero Beach concert should be exciting, and a great sampling of some of the best jazz from around the country.

Treasure Coast Jazz Society Vero Beach

The Treasure Coast Jazz Society was founded in 1986 by Ash Andon, Harry Buck and Chubby Jackson. This non-profit organization was formed to encourage the performance, promotion and preservation of Jazz.

The treasure Coast Jazz Society fosters and expands greater awareness of Jazz by bringing the finest national and international jazz musicians to the Treasure Coast for their concerts. They also encourage young musicians who will ultimately carry the jazz tradition to future generations. To do this, the Society donates significant financial scholarship aid to talented local high school jazz musicians for continued study at the college or university level. The Society cooperates with other jazz-oriented groups, locally and nationally, to exchange information and assistance for the appreciation, growth and perpetuation of jazz music. Duke Ellington, Count Basie and Woody Herman orchestras have all appeared at their concerts along with smaller groups featuring Ken Peplowski, Harry Allen, Rossano Sportiello, Doc Grober, and Johnny Varro.

Contact 772-234-4600 or visit the official website for more information.

Treasure Coast Jazz Society Vero Beach
Bill Allred
Leader Trombone

For Bill Allred, it all started in New Orleans. Bill’s grandmother was born near New Orleans in the town of Franklin. His Father, John, was a jazz pianist and banjoist on many of the steamboats of the great “Strickfus Line”...

Treasure Coast Jazz Society Vero Beach
Eddie Metz, Jr

Eddie Metz, Jr. got his first pair of drumsticks when he was just 3 years old. Although he didn’t have any drums at the time, little Eddie spent countless hours playing what he now refers to as his P, P...