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Legendary Jazz Master
 Arturo Sandoval Performs at the Latin Jazz & Art Festival at 
Lake Concord Park on September 30, 2017!



Arturo Sandoval

 
Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient
10 time Grammy Award Winner
Emmy Award Recipient
6 Time Billboard Award Winner
2015 Hispanic Heritage Award Recipient
2016 Honorary Doctorate recipient in Fine Arts/The University of Notre Dame


On Saturday, Sept. 30, 2017 from 5-9pm, jazz legend, Arturo Sandoval will dazzle thousands of jazz lovers at the spectacular El Sentinel's Hispanic Heritage Latin Jazz & Art Festival at Lake Concord Park.   

Sandoval, the blazing, technically flawless trumpeter from Cuba is one of the most dynamic and vivacious live performers and continues to be recognized for his outstanding talents and was awarded his 6th Billboard Awards for “Best Latin Jazz Album” in 2007.
   
Bring your family, friends and neighbors and come enjoy an amazing evening with Arturo Sandoval as he burns through an Afro-Cuban groove, tears up a bebop tune, soars over a Mozart concerto and soothes you with a luscious ballad; all with equal power and grace of Cuban descent.

Don't forget to stop by and visit the Latin Artista Siempre Exhibit at City Hall during exhibit viewing hours 5- 8:30 pm. Artists featured include Noelio Gonzalez, Tony Mendoza, Alberto Gomez, Pedro Brull and many more of Florida's most renowned Latin artists. The exhibit will continue until November 2017.

Come early, space for seating is limited so please leave your coolers at home. There will be plenty of food and beverage vendors on hand.  Parking is available at Target, Home Depot, and Fifth Third Bank.  Ongoing bus shuttles are available across the street from Northland Church on 530 Dog Track Road in Longwood.

This FREE event is sponsored by the City of Casselberry, El Sentinel/Orlando Sentinel and WLOQ 107-7. HD-2 Orlando's Smooth Jazz. For more information about the concert and event, call 407-262-7700 Ext. 1507, and for the Artista Siempre exhibit call 407-262-7700 Ext. 1122.



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