Tom Roberts highlighting the life of Louis Armstrong for Jazz History Month on April 11 – Free to attend

The Washington Jazz Society is honored in celebration of Jazz Appreciation Month to provide a free program by Tom Roberts highlighting the life of Louis Armstrong. Through this interactive experience you will learn to appreciate the genius of Armstrong.

This is a multimedia experience with video, rare photographs, some seen for the first time in over 100 years, and state of the art remastering of the classic recordings of Louis Armstrong.

Where: Citizens Library (55 S. College Street, Washington, PA 15301)

When: Thursday, April 11 from 6 PM to 8 PM
Cost: Free to attend

Please register for this free event by calling 724-222-2400.


About Tom Roberts:

Originally from Pittsburgh, Tom Roberts is one of the leading exponents of early jazz piano. He has performed on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, a Prairie Home Companion, arranged and performed the music for the soundtrack to The Aviator, and performed twice at New York’s Carnegie Hall.