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Clark Wins Satchmo Award!!!

The Board of Directors of the Louis Armstrong Educational Foundation voted recently for Clark to be the recipient of this year’s prestigious “Satchmo Award,” which includes a $5,000 check. When I shared this exciting news with Clark, he was ecstatic. He had tears in his eyes, and I did, too. After a few moments, he […]

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Beautiful Things Are Happening!

Your help has brought us to tears many times. Clark said, “There are no words to explain how happy you have made me. I still can’t believe that all of these beautiful things are happening.” Because of you, we are able to afford the 24-hour acute health care that he needs here at home. Since […]

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Thank You!!!

On April 23, 2012, a miracle happened! Knowing that Clark needed help, fifty-eight of his musician friends donated their performances in an incredible two-and-one-half-hour fundraising concert for him at the Saint Peter’s Lutheran Church in Manhattan. It was such a blessing to work with the superb production team which included the Saint Peter’s Jazz Ministry, […]

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Fundraising Concert for Clark Terry

CLARK TERRY FUNDRAISING EVENT MONDAY, APRIL 23, 2012 – 7pm Saint Peter’s Church 619 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 212 935 2200 www.saintpeters.org/events Gwen Terry, The Duke Ellington Society, International Women in Jazz, Jazz Foundation of America and Saint Peter’s Church – Jazz Ministry are partnering to produce a fundraiser for Clark Terry on Monday, […]

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Clark Terry Performing at the 2011 Greater St. Louis Jazz Festival

Clark Terry will be returning to his hometown, to sing “Mumbles” with his fellow NEA Jazz Master Ron Carter at the 2011 Greater St. Louis Jazz Festival. The festival takes place from April 14-16, 2011. The Ron Carter Trio concert, featuring Mulgrew Miller, piano, and Russell Malone, guitar, is on: April 16th 2011 at the […]

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