Morden Hosts Cuban Jazz On Monday


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The Morden Music Manor–Verona music teacher Max Morden’s affectionate name for the free concerts that began popping up on his front lawn during the pandemic–will be back in action on Monday, July 19, with Cuban jazz on the program.

The featured musicians include percussionists Nick and Leonieke Scheuble, Emedin Rivera and Chuggy Carter; Mike Vinas on bass guitar, Anton Denner on saxophone, and Morden on trumpet and flugelhorn.

The music kicks off at 6:30 p.m. and Morden’s house is on Brookside Terrace between Linden and Woodland avenues. If you can’t be there in person, look for the livestream on Morden’s Facebook page.

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