Salisbury Symphony Guild Opens Jazz Club

One-Night Fundraiser Features Popular Modern Jazz Quartet

Salisbury, NC – October 22, 2018


On Thursday, November 8, the Salisbury Symphony Guild invites Salisbury’s cool cats to find their rhythm at All That Jazz!, an entertainment happening reminiscent of a visit to New York’s historic Village Vanguard jazz club.

For one night only, the Parish Hall of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 131 W. Council Street, becomes an intimate candlelit venue in Downtown Salisbury, featuring two 40-minute sets of smooth jazz classics performed by “Perfect Timing.”

Comprised of Livingstone College music majors and led by Livingstone College Director of Bands, Anthony Jones, Sr., the quartet has become a favorite at parties and events in the area since its inception last year. Its modern jazz repertoire ranges from Duke Ellington and Benny Goodman to Miles Davis, John Coltraine and other legends.

Admission is by advance ticket sale only: $15 for a single Guild member, $25 for a Guild couple, and non-Guild members $20 each. Free-flowing beer, wine, soft drinks and bar snacks are included.

RSVP by e-mail to or by phone no later than November 2 to Angie Smith, Guild Treasurer, 704.647.8216 or Ann Meredith, Guild past-president, 704.645.8300. Checks to Salisbury Symphony Guild, P. O. Box 2488, Salisbury, NC 28145. Credit cards will be accepted.

Established in 1977, the mission of the Salisbury Symphony Guild is to promote and support the Salisbury-Rowan Symphony Society and its music education opportunities. This mission is carried out through financial gifts, fund-raising events, support of education programs and promotion of the Symphony in the community.

Learn more about the Guild at or 704.216.1513.

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