Sanborn Fundraiser a Success

 

“It’s incredible that a place like this exists, not just in St. Louis, but anywhere.”
-David Sanborn

Thanks to our sponsors, the David Sanborn Concert Event was a great success.  With their help in filling 24 tables—and with both nights sold out—we were able to raise over $30,000 that will go directly to our education and outreach programs, bringing more jazz to more students.  We could not have asked for a better start to our 15th Anniversary Season. Thank you!

Furthermore, it was especially significant for us to welcome back a hometown musician; and all who participated in the event have directly underwritten Jazz St. Louis’ aim to educate and develop the next David Sanborn or Miles Davis.  Again, we thank all of you for helping us realize our mission to lead our community in advancing the uniquely American art of jazz through live performance, education, and outreach.

Sanborn In The Press

While in town, David Sanborn sat down with Art Holliday of Channel 5 News to talk about his performance at the Bistro.  He was also featured in a segment on KPLR 11 News with Dan Gray.

Additionally, Calvin Wilson of stltoday.com and Terry Perkins of JazzTimes.com have both reviewed the show at the Bistro. Check out their reviews here.

Debra Hollingsworth of AT&T, her husband Mark Stacye and Gene Dobbs Bradford with David Sanborn

 

Concert Event Sponsored By

 

 

 

Additional Sponsors:

Ameren

Jim and Cathy Berges

Dan Bishop and his son, MatthewDavid Sanborn

Centene Corporation

Photo by Stephen Gallagher. Click image to see full photo gallery.

Cervantes & Associates

Jim Clanahan

Brad Currey and Julie Farrar

Sharon and Dale Fiehler

Flooring Systems, Inc.

Garden View Care Centers

Susan and Warren Gelman

Greensfelder, Hemker & Gale, P.C.

Higley Law Group LLC

Michael Lazaroff of Jazz Cruises, producers of The Jazz Cruise and The Smooth Jazz Cruise

Moneta Group LLC

Senior Scripts

True Manufacturing

John and Cindy Wallach

Barbara and David Ware

 

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