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    Sacramento Traditional Jazz Society

    106 K Street
    Sacramento , CA 95814
    (916) 444-2004

    Website: sacjazz.org


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    The Sacramento Traditional Jazz Society (STJS) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and promotion of traditional jazz music. Its purpose is to educate STJS members and the public on matters concerning the preservation and promotion of traditional jazz music, and the study and playing of musical instruments associated with traditional jazz music.

    STJS is proud to sponsor the annual ...

    The Sacramento Traditional Jazz Society (STJS) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and promotion of traditional jazz music. Its purpose is to educate STJS members and the public on matters concerning the preservation and promotion of traditional jazz music, and the study and playing of musical instruments associated with traditional jazz music.

    STJS is proud to sponsor the annual Sacramento Music Festival (formerly Sacramento Jazz Festival & Jubilee) every Memorial Day Weekend since 1974. And, on the 2nd Sunday of each month, everyone is welcome to attend the Jazz Sunday concerts for an afternoon of socializing and dancing to live music (in three rooms!) performed by jazz bands and special guest artists from around the country.


     

     

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