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Jazz nonprofit visits RCA to talk and jam with students
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BackCountry Jazz, a Greenwich-based nonprofit that supports music programs in Fairfield County through lessons, classes, workshop, and camps, sent a great jazz quartet to our Regional Center for the Arts high school Monday, June 4.

Bennie Wallace, a renowned saxophonist and recording artist who founded BackCountry Jazz, spoke to music students and answered questions. In between RCA's scheduled classes, some of the students joined the quartet on stage for a jam session.

You can learn more about BackCountry Jazz and all of the great musicians and educators who support its mission by visiting www.backcountryjazz.org.

Click here to see more photos from the program.

BackCountry Jazz musicians on stage with RCA students