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Charleston Jazz Orchestra: Jazz on the Screen

October 12, 2021 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm

A free, online concert as part of the 2021 South Carolina Jazz Festival!

CJO Season 12: Jazz on the Screen
Originally performed live in August 2020

Whether to capture our attention with instantly recognizable theme songs, transport us to different worlds, or guide us on an emotional journey, music plays an essential part of the storytelling process in both television and film. Through the use of recurring melodic themes or even just a two-note motif, music provokes a heightened emotional response, adding life to a story and becoming ingrained into our memories. From the small screen to the silver screen, your Charleston Jazz Orchestra will revisit some of the most memorable musical moments in television and film.

This performance is made possible in part by REV Federal Credit Union and Firefly Distillery.

Robert Lewis – Music Director and Alto Saxophone
Kevin Patton – Tenor Saxophone
Chuck Dalton – Trumpet
Gavin Smith – Trombone
Tyler Ross – Guitar
Gerald Gregory – Piano
Kevin Hamilton – Bass
Ron Wiltrout – Drums
Robbie Madison – Guest Vocalist

Flintstone’s Theme, Bryson/Goldberg, arr. Robert Lewis
Beauty and the Beast, Menken/Ashman, arr. David Heywood
Pure Imagination, Bricusse/Newley, arr. Frank Duvall
You’ve Got A Friend In Me, Newman, arr. Robert Lewis
I Only Have Eyes For You, Dubin/Warren, arr. Nelson Riddle, adapted by Robert Lewis
Linus and Lucy, Guaraldi, arr. Wynton Marsalis, adapted by Mark Sterbank
Too Little Time, Raye/Mancini, adapted by Robert Lewis
My Favorite Things, Rogers/Hammerstein, adapted by Robert Lewis
Smile, Charlie Chaplin, arr. Dick Goodwin
Pennies From Heaven, Burke/Johnston, adapted by Robert Lewis

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October 12, 2021
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
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Columbia, SC 29201 United States


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