Denison University’s Department of Music proudly hosts the longest continually running Jazz Guitar Festival in the United States!

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Denison University Department of Music proudly hosts the longest continually running Jazz Guitar Festival in the United States! Festival director Tom Carroll celebrates his last year as director by bringing back special guests Gene Bertoncini, Frank Vignola and Bob Thompson.

This grand finale concert will feature Gene Bertoncini, Frank Vignola and Vincent Raniolo in concert.

Vaccinated family members of Denison students, faculty and staff may attend by contacting the Eisner Center Box Office in advance at eisnercenter@denison.edu or 740-587-6544.

Don’t miss our Workshops!

On Saturday afternoon, the following unticketed workshops will be held in the Eisner tent and are open and free to the public.

Hayes Griffin ‘10, 1 p.m.,  “Western Swing and Jazz”

Stan Smith, 2 p.m., “Modern Guitar Trio Playing”

Chris Buzzelli, 3 p.m., “Keeping the Melody in Mind”

Frank Vignola, 4 p.m., Concert preview with Frank Vignola and Vinny Raniolo


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