Boys and Girls Club of Washington

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In partnership with the Juilliard School, seven teens from the 75 Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington Teen Arts Performance (TAP) troupe perform "edutainment" songs: Jermaine Harris, Analisa Walls, Avery Bagarsse, Samantha Long, Tyriq Al-Sabir, Racheal Edwards and Mayila Jones. The performance arts program was founded and is directed by Tony M. Small. Also, renowned jazz musicians from the 2010 Juilliard Jazz Residency perform: drummer and Artistic Director Carl Allen, pianist Frank Kimbrough, bassist Ben Wolfe, guitarist Rodney Jones, saxophonist Ron Blake, and trombonist James Burton.

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