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From classical to jazz “with a little Bluegrass on the side.” FREE Concert to showcase talents of Kerry Jones and Eric Late

The San Jacinto College Central music department will present “Just for Fun, an Unusual Duo,” a concert that will showcase skilled musicians Eric Late, playing upright bass, and Kerry Jones, playing banjo.

The performance, which is free and open to the public, will be held May 6 at 2:30 p.m. in the Corbin Recital Hall, located inside the Monte Blue Music Building, 8060 Spencer Hwy. in Pasadena.

The two musicians will perform a diverse repertoire of tunes, from classical to jazz “with a little Bluegrass on the side.” Featured performances will include works by Bach, Lennon/McCartney, Django Rienhardt, Francois Rabbath, Arlen/Hartburg, and others.

Late is a music professor at San Jacinto College Central, and serves as the campus’ fine and performing arts department chair. He is highly regarded as a talented and versatile bassist. Jones, who lives in Alvin, is a former San Jacinto College student and is an accomplished and versatile banjo player, and leader of the highly acclaimed Bluegrass band “Classical Grass”.

San Jacinto College offers a wide range of music degree options and private music lessons at all three campuses. The Central campus is located at 8060 Spencer Hwy., in Pasadena. San Jacinto College North is located at 5800 Uvalde Road in the North Channel Area. The South campus is located at 13735 Beamer Road in the South Belt-Ellington Field area.

San Jacinto College serves more than 24,500 students in over 140 degrees and certificates in university transfer and technical programs. The College also serves the community through workforce training. Students come with various goals and aspirations and we are committed to their success. San Jacinto College. Your Goals. Your College.

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