Sue Terry's Concert

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York College presented a beautiful jazz performance on March 17, 2003. Sue Terry, the great saxophonist player visited and participated with the most talented college professors and students. Prof. Tom Zlabinger is the director of the program and it was such a great performance of him playing the upright bass. Not only him but his students rocked as well.
Sue Terry is an alto and soprano saxophonist. She started her career in Hartford, Connecticut and then after she pursues her degree in saxophonist, she moved and settled in New York in the year of 1982. Her mentors named her “Sweet Sue.”
Sue Terry was the main guest at jazz concert. She played her saxophone with the jazz group and she seemed to be exited and surprised with the York College’s jazzgroup. She corrected minor mistakes that the songs they were playing and gave excellent instructions to the jazz group.
I was very excited about visiting this concert. This is my first time watching a jazz show in my whole life and I totally enjoyed the entire concert. The jazz group were about 20-25 people. The instruments that were used at this concert were the woodwinds (not so sure of the name) which I believe that there were five players on it. This was the most players in one category of instruments. I think the woodwind players were seated in the first row. Not only woodwind instruments, there were trombones, trumpets and all kinds of horn instruments that definitely is best suitable to an appropriate jazz concert. Other instruments used were the piano, bass and drums. I believe trombone players and trumpet players were sitting behind the woodwind players. The piano, bass, and the drums were on the left side of the stage. Prof. Tom Zlabinger was playing the bass and he was enjoying the most out of everyone. He was rocking with his ‘precious’ bass like he would pass and win a Nobel price on a…...

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