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stART Playing Poetricity Grand Finale Recita

Since January 2015, the stART Playing Poetricity Workshop has trained poets to perform with improvising jazz musicians. We invite you to hear our perfected performances in Recital. Poets Ed Cody, Victoria Conerly, Fernando Esteban Flores, Cat Lee, and Veronica Rodriguez are playing with trumpeter Cecil Carter and the rhythm section of Mark Hess (piano), George Prado (bass), and Kory Cook (drums). stART Playing Poetricity Workshop is supported in part by the City of San Antonio Department for Culture and Creative Development (CoSA DCCD)'s stART Place Fund.

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  • Highwire Arts

    326 W. Josephine St., San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 827-7652; (210) (FAX)

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