Lourdes Lifelong Learning field trip focused on Chick Corea

. March 2, 2018.
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As both a renowned pianist and an innovative electric keyboardist,
classical and jazz musician Chick Corea has had a prolific and fearless career. Learn about this 22-time Grammy winner during Lourdes Lifelong Learning field trip focused on Chick Corea. See Corea perform with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra and then enjoy country Italian cooking at Palio Restaurant in Ann Arbor. The family style dinner is included in the cost of the day. $130/members. $150/nonmembers. Bus departs from Lourdes University parking lot M at 4:30pm and returns around 11:30pm. Saturday, March 31. Register in advance. 6832 Convent Blvd., Sylvania. Call 419-824-3707, or email lifelong@lourdes.edu

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