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December 30, 2007

Update: New Year’s "Jazz for the Birds" concert

Do you want to show your support for the birds this New Year’s Day? Then attend the benefit concert “Jazz for the Birds” this Tuesday, January 1, 2008 in Oakland featuring grammy-nominated pianist Matt Herskowitz.

The mostly jazz concert will be held at 7 PM at the Chapel of the Chimes, 4499 Piedmont Ave. Oakland 94611. The suggested donation is $10-$20 per person. The venue holds 200 people, so please don’t be late!

Map to concert site

The updated list of musicians includes Herskowitz, flutist Carol Alban, vocalists Kenny Washington, Laurie Antonioli and Mary D’Orazi, cellist Suellen Primost, flutists Nancy Tyler, Antonia David and Ann Licater, bassists Dave Lockhart and Randy Marshall, drummer Greg German and Ed Bell on sax. (Matt Herskowitz photo, right)

All money raised will go for IBRRC’s local and international bird rescue efforts.

For more information, please call: (510) 542-7517. Or see the following websites:

Benefit for the Birds

Matt Herskowitz site

December 15, 2007

New Year’s Day benefit concert: "Jazz for the Birds"

IBRRC is pleased to announce a New Year’s Day benefit concert “Jazz for the Birds” in Oakland featuring grammy-nominated pianist Matt Herskowitz. (See his photo on the right)

The concert will be held Tuesday, January 1, 2008 at 7 pm at Chapel of the Chimes, 4499 Piedmont Ave. Oakland 94611. The suggested donation is $10-$20 per person. Map to concert site

The mostly jazz program features Herskowitz, flutist Carol Alban, guitarist Jack Gates, vocalists Laurie Antonioli, Mary Fineman, Alvenson Moore, Jeff Suits and Mary D’Orazi, flutists Nancy Tyler, Antonia David and Ann Licater, cellist Suellen Primost, bassists Dave Lockhart (upright) and Randy Marshall (electric), drummer Greg German and other surprise guest musicians.

All money raised will go for IBRRC’s local and international bird rescue efforts.

For more information, please call: (510) 542-7517. Or see the following websites:

Benefit for the Birds

Matt Herskowitz site