with a special presentation of The Horace Tapscott Young Musician's Heritage Award
Like Freddie Hubbard, J.J. Johnson and Wes Montgomery, Mr. Ranelin hails from Indianapolis and is an accomplished composer in his own right. Phil has toured the U.S. and abroad extensively, appearing with a host of giants, too numerous to mention.
April 3rd, also marks the one-time Horace Tapscott Young Musician's Heritage Award. A deserving recipient, who has already made early contributions to the art form and continues to display great promise, will be honored during a brief ceremony.
1-1:30PM PHIL RANELIN IN CONVERSATION WITH JEFFREY WINSTON
2-3PM FIRST SET - TTHE PHIL RANELIN JAZZ ENSEMBLE
3-3:15PM PRESENTATION OF THE HORACE TAPSCOTT YOUNG MUSICIANS HERITAGE AWARD
4-5PM SECOND SET - THE PHIL RANELIN JAZZ ENSEMBLE
THE MAYME CLAYTON LIBRARY & MUSEUM
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