$30 Single Evening Pass: for Featured Concert on Friday or Saturday evening.
$50 Two-Day Weekend Pass: includes Featured Concerts for Friday and Saturday evenings.
Advanced tickets for the MAIN EVENT Evening Concerts are also available at the Cheraw Community Center Monday-Friday 8:30 am until 5:00 pm.
During the festival weekend, tickets and souvenirs will be available at Market Hall (corner of Market and Second Streets) Friday 2:00 pm-6:30 pm and Saturday 11:00 am-6:30 pm. Call 843-537-8420 ext. 12 for more information.
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Annual South Carolina Jazz Festival 2016 Featured Artists
Gino Castillo is an Afro-Cuban jazz percussionist, singer and leader of the local bands Gino Castillo Quartet and SoulFunKubanized, a tribute to African-American music that influenced a change in modern Cuban music in the 1970s. Tour, Recording, Educator and Clinician Percussionist, Composer and Singer. His Background included: Honorary degree in percussion teaching, giving for George Gershwin Conservatory Percussion studies in: Caturla Conservatory, Felix Varela Conservatory, and many private lesson Including several years of weekly sessions with Oscarito Valdes (Cuba)
His musical talent has been heard in many albums and live shows, as he has collaborated with many international artist. His Teaching experience includes: Berklee College of Music International Network , Centro de Percusion latina GC, Conservatory George Gershwin and more than 200 Clinics with Sabian Cymbals and Pearl Drums. Currently Gino is the exclusive artist of Bophorus Cymbals, Pearl Percussion and Pro-Mark drum sticks.
Jane spent her childhood summers at the Usdan Summer Camp for the Arts. Throughout her years of public school, she studied clarinet and music theory and performed in theatrical productions both at school and with her local community theater group. Jane went on to study voice at the Manhattan School of Music with Peter Eldridge, a founding member of the vocal group New York Voices.
Jane released her stunning debut album, Never Never Land—the album was voted Best Recording Debut by the Jazz Journalists Association and stayed on the Billboard jazz chart for a year. Come Dream with Me (N-Coded) followed in 2001 with a No. 1 debut on the Billboard jazz chart and including a wider range of Jane's influences as well as popular jazz standards. The albums kept coming, reflecting Monheit's dual interests in jazz and cabaret.