VIDEO: City’s Movers & Shakers move piano for Saturday’s Classic Jazz Festival

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On Thursday morning (Sept. 17) some of the major movers and shakers in Burien helped to move the Discover Burien piano from their office to St. Elizabeth’s Church four blocks away.

Helping to get the ebony and ivory to its temporary location were Mike Rychert, Andrea Reay (Executive Director of Discover Burien), Lance McIntosh (Burien Arts Board Member), Laurie Haslund, Isaac Frazer and Lance Haslund (President of Burien Arts Association and Director of the 7th Annual Highline Classic Jazz Festival):

Discover Burien has been given the piano by the Catholic Seafarer’s Center. As a Discover Burien member the Burien Arts Association is borrowing the piano this Saturday for the Highline Classic Jazz Festival.  St Elizabeth’s Church Parish Hall will be turned into a Dance Hall from 4 – 10 p.m. this Saturday, Sept. 19. The 4 bands performing there will be Holotradband, Uptown Lowdown Jazz Band, Casey MacGill’s High Five and Zydeco Rex.

The Parish Hall of St Elizabeth’s is just one of 6 venues for classic jazz enjoyment on Saturday.

21 bands for $20 cash at the door of any of the 6 locations including HomeTask, Frankie’s B-town Bistro, Burien Arts Gallery, 909/913 Courtyard and finally, the Tin Theatre for vintage Jazz films.

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