Jazz & The Word starts tomorrow Nov 5 with Beat Poet Hettie Jones! Come check it out @12PM UPenn Fisher Bennett Hall Recital Hall Room 419!


Posted on November 4th, by DrGuy in Dr. Guthrie Ramsey, Jazz, Special Events. 1 Comment

Jazz & the Word Series





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