Read about the Coltrane Home in Dix Hills in the Associated Press Article of November 2, 2103.
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Honorary Board Chair, Carlos Santana
and the Friends of the Coltrane Home in Dix Hills
Cordially invite you to our first annual Coltrane Home Benefit
October 6, 2013
11:30am – 3:00pm
Speakers to include Dr. Cornel West & Ashley Kahn
Music provided by the Ravi Coltrane Quartet
Honored guests: Jimmy Heath and Sonia Sanchez
435 Hudson Street
New York, NY
All proceeds benefit The John and Alice Coltrane Home in Dix Hills*
PURCHASE TICKETS AT EVENTBRITE HERE: http://coltranehome.eventbrite.com
*Friends of the Coltrane Home is a 501 (c) (3) and your contribution is tax deductible.
Ravi Coltrane will play on October 6th benefit at En Brasserie. En Brasserie is located at 435 Hudson Street, New York, NY (on the corner of Hudson & LeRoy). The first annual brunch benefit hosted by Carlos Santana and the Friends of the Coltrane Home Board will begin at 11:30 in the morning. Also speaking will be Ashley Kahn and Dr. Cornel West. Other honored guests to be announced shortly. Tickets are available on eventbrite at: http://coltranehome.eventbrite.com.
Ravi Coltrane and David Liebman came together Sunday, September 28, at the Half Hollow Hills Community Library in Dix Hills, to talk about John Coltrane’s life, work, and music. After the performance the artists visited the Coltrane Collection computer and enjoyed browsing through the images there with Coltrane collector and scholar Yasuhiro Fujioka. More info and pictures here.
We are so excited here at the Half Hollow Hills Community Library to be part of the effort to restore the last home of the brilliant John Coltrane. John lived here in Dix Hills and it was in this house that he composed “A Love Supreme,” one of his best-known and most beloved works. The first step will be a computer in the library dedicated to a large Coltrane collection of music and pictures, suitable for students, scholars or just the casual user. In the fall, the library will be part of an educational music program that will feature John’s son Ravi, and saxophonists David Liebman and Joe Lovano.
We share Steve’s dream of bringing life back to the house, fill it with children learning about jazz and how a musician lived his life in suburbs, and to inspire visitors with John Coltrane’s deep spirit and soul, which can still be felt when you walk through the rooms.