The conference began Monday, June 2, and continues with open performances as follows:
Wednesday, June 4
8 p.m. The award-winning international double bass quartet Bassiona Amorosa
9 p.m. University of North Texas jazz wizard Lynn Seaton
Thursday, June 5
8 p.m. Straight from New York with his one-man show, “The Bass Lesson,” Jay Leonhart
9 p.m. A provocative evening of musical theater with bassist Frank Proto and friends
Friday, June 6
9 p.m. Special guests Edgar Meyer with mandolin player Mike Marshall (Second show only)
Saturday, June 7
The night’s all-star tribute to the late, great Ray Brown is sold out.
All performances take place at the Modlin Center. Tickets cost $15-$20 and can be purchased at the ISB table set up before performances. For more information go to www.isbworldoffice.com or call 938-4063.
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