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Jazz pianist Steve Koven to perform March 24th at GB Sailing Club
By Grand Bahama Performing Arts Society
Mar 23, 2013 - 2:05:16 PM

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Freeport, Grand Bahama Island - The Grand Bahama Performing Arts Society is delighted to announce that Steve Koven, the world class Canadian jazz pianist, composer and recording artist, who wowed Grand Bahama all last May, is returning March 24th, 2013 for another evening of jazz classics!

Accompanied by local favorites Clarence Green on bass and Patrick Russell on drums, Steve is excited to be performing once again for the Freeport audience, who welcomed him so warmly last year.

Tickets are now on sale at the Seventeen Shop or at the door on the evening and are only $20 for adults and $10 for students.

So spread the word and join us at the Grand Bahama Sailing Club on Sunday, March 24th for an evening of great jazz music!

The Grand Bahama Performing Arts Society was created to bring professional artists and performers from around the world to audiences in Grand Bahama. Drawing from Bahamian and international talent, a number of performances are planned throughout the year. Proceeds are used for the advancement of Grand Bahama students of the performing arts . Join the Society: In addition to contributing directly to this success, Membership entitles you to Advance Notice of Events, special Members Only Events, as well as Discounts at participating GBI restaurants. Persons can become a fan of the Society on Facebook or contact the committee for membership details at gbperform@gmail.com.


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