Friday, December 11, 2009

Tucson: Jazz Yule Love THIS WEEKEND at Studio Connections


From: Brian Levario []
Sent: Friday, December 11, 2009 1:20 AM
Subject: Jazz Yule Love THIS WEEKEND


Join Robert Encila, Marilyn Harris and their friends

for "Jazz Yule Love" - a holiday jazz concert

Saturday, December 12 at 7.30p,

Sunday, December 13th at 2p.

You'll hear some of the best musicians and singers at Studio Connections - and we hope you'll join in for a sing-along or two!


Tickets are $15.00 in advance, $18 at the door; available through, or you can mail your check to:

Studio Connections Holiday Concert

9071 E. Old Spanish Trail

Tucson AZ 85710.

Be sure to write the performance you'll be attending on the check!

Tickets will be held at the box office.


For more information, visit, or call 731-1559.


About the Performers:

After 30+ years as a professional musician/composer/arranger in NYC, Chicago and Los Angeles, Marilyn Harris has been playing around Tucson for the past 5 years, currently subbing at the Gaslight Theater. A veteran composer for TV shows, film score, and national ads, Marilyn boasts an enviable jazz pedigree, appearing and recording with some of the world’s renowned musicians--Mark Walker, Steve Rodby, Steve Eisen, and Ron Kolber, to name a few. Enjoy her class act and read more at


Robert Encila is a prominent fixture in the Tucson theatre scene. He toured as a dancer in his native Philippines before moving to Arizona where he trained and worked as a singer, actor, and director of nearly seventy productions. Member of Actor’s Equity Association, his recent credits include appearances with Borderlands Theatre, Arizona Theatre Company, and The Players Club in New York City. Also in the Big Apple is a regular singing engagement at The Birdland, the “jazz corner of the world,” where he has shared the stage with legendary musicians Hank Jones, Benny Powell, Anne Phillips, Candido, Paquito D’Rivera, and many others.


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