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Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Jazz to benefit Bethany's Christ Church


BETHANY - A "special evening out to benefit the preservation of one of Bethany‚Äôs historic landmarks," will include a jazz performance at 7:30 p.m. June 28 at Christ Church, 526 Amity Road, organizers said in a release. 


The performance by Andy Barnett and his jazz band "Theodicy"  will benefit the historic Christ Church building, the release said.
 
Barnett , "a Yale graduate and Jazz Pianist, has been a popular performer in the New Haven area for many years," the release said.
 
"Please help support the upkeep of a town treasure while enjoying exceptional music right here in town."
 
"Christ Episcopal Church was founded in 1809 and has graced our community for over 200 years," the release said. "The intimate setting and acoustical brightness of the building make it an ideal setting for a concert."
 
Tickets will be available at the door, but space is limited, so tickets can also be purchased in advance, the release said. 

Advance tickets at the suggested donation of $15 each are available at the church office Monday - Thursday between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. or by contacting Al Maiorano 203-909-3300 or email ajm@visualefx.biz.
 
Tickets will also be available at the door for $20 on the evening of the event, the release said.
 
Light refreshments will be available. For those not familiar with the area, the church is "right by the blinking light in historic Bethany center."
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