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The New Orleans Jazz Museum At The Old U.S. Mint
Greater New Orleans
New Orleans
Event Date: Friday, August 10, 2018

TREME’S PETIT JAZZ MUSEUM CELEBRATES A TRICENTENNIAL MOMENT

An Afro-Creole military & musical celebration presenting the music of …
Edmond Dede, Lucien Lambert, Basil Jean Bares Victor Eugene McCarthy, Thomas J. Martin Louis Moreau Gottschalk, Sister Marie Seraphine Samuel Snaer, Camille Nickerson, Prof. W. J. Nickerson , Antoine “ Fats” Domino, and Professor Longhair

Friday, August 10, 2018 | 6:30 PM – 10:00 PM

This program is dedicated to the memory of Captain Vicente Populus 1779, Jordan Bankston Noble 1815, Captain Andre Calloux 1863, Captain Joseph Jones 1898, Louis Armstrong 1918, Calvin Moret of The Tuskegee Airmen of WW II 1942 

Masters of Ceremony:  Chuck Perkin & Gralen Banks
Produced By: Al Jackson
Co-Producer: Reid Raymond
Musical Director:  Roberto Tammetta

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General Admission $50 (tax deductible)
Seniors $35
Students $25

Treme Petit Jazz museum Foundation is a 501c(3) non-profit organization

Image: Early Creole musicians playing an accordion and a washboard in front of a store, near Opelousas, Louisiana (1938). Zydeco music originated from Creole music — today's rubboard or frottoir ("rubbing the washboard") is a stylized version of the early washboard. Image courtesy of Russell Lee / United States Library of Congress's Prints and Photographs division