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HISTORIC JAZZ

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Beginning April 2, the Brooklyn Historical Society will team up with Park Slope’s Up Over Jazz Cafe to present a series of Friday night jazz performances at the society’s newly renovated building in Brooklyn Heights.

The sessions begin with trumpeter and Sun Ra disciple Ahmed Abdullah (pictured) and his trio on April 2; jazz guitar with the Darryl Pooser Duo on April 16; the Eric Wyatt Trio on April 23; and the Sam Newsome Duo on April 30.

All concerts take place from 6:30 pm to 8 pm at the Brooklyn Historical Society, at the corner of Pierrepont and Clinton streets, and are free with Society admission of $6 adults, $4 seniors and students. For more information, visit www.brooklynhistory.org or call (718) 222-4111.

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