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Alhambra High School Jazz Band to Perform at Music On The Green

Date

Location

The Alhambra

1000 S. Fremont Ave.
Alhambra , California 91803

Music On The Green, the popular free outdoor Summer Concert Series hosted by The Alhambra, concludes its 2019 season with a performance by The Alhambra High School Jazz Band. Being in a band is hard work, especially a jazz band. Luckily, our local high school has a group of kids dedicated to mastering their craft. After lots of practice and hours of rehearsing, The Alhambra High School Jazz Band is ready to entertain us with a terrific program.

The public is invited to join us for a fun-filled, family-friendly event for all ages. Enjoy an array of live musical talent and play a round of Jenga or Connect Four in the commons. Ignite your taste buds with tacos, burritos and more for purchase from Juan’s Tacos. Take a stroll and explore our beautiful campus – we are host to 19 species of drought tolerant California native plants and trees, maintained with a water saving irrigation system.

The Alhambra, a reimagined urban community developed by The Ratkovich Company, supports productivity and efficiency in the workspace through the concept of balance. Comprised of a series of brick buildings and bungalows, connected by pathways and grass- and tree-filled open spaces, The Alhambra is a place where the human spirit is fed, while work gets done.

For more information contact Building Management at 626-300-5000 or [email protected]

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