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Jazz Quintet Entertains at CRC

The University of Maryland Jazz Quintet plays at NIH.

The University of Maryland Jazz Quintet members include (from l) Gerry Kunkel, guitar; Joey Antico, drums; Griffith Kazmierczak, trumpet; John Previti, acoustic bass; and Chris Vadala, saxophones and flute.

Photo: Bill Branson

Three University of Maryland Jazz Quintet members-guitar, trumpet and drums

The group performed classical jazz favorites as well as original tunes.

Photo: Bill Branson

The University of Maryland Jazz Quintet returned to NIH on Mar. 23 for a noontime performance in the atrium of the Clinical Research Center.

The group performed classical jazz favorites as well as original tunes.

Members include Gerry Kunkel, guitar; Joey Antico, drums; Griffith Kazmierczak, trumpet; John Previti, acoustic bass; and Chris Vadala, saxophones and flute. The Clinical Center and the Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences presented the concert.
 

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