|¯ Contributor and Membership Privileges ¯ Vigil Project
|The Pacific Arts Association, an all volunteer organization, produces an annual series of concerts by professional artists. We support the development of new talent through workshops and by sponsoring performances by young promising music students from within Blaine and the surrounding areas through our jazz festival in July. In Addition, we promote visual arts through exhibits of works of various artists during intermission in the lobby, at our concerts and by administrating the Vigil Project, a sculpture planned for permanent exhibition on the Blaine boardwalk.
Our concerts are performed in Blaine’s beautiful Performing Arts Center in downtown Blaine 975 H Street. Our facility has equipment for the hearing impaired, handicap access and features state of the art theatre seating with arm rests. Our board meets monthly in Blaine and we are always interested in talking with people who would like to serve on our board or one of our committees. Ample parking and a wheelchair entrance are available at the back of the Performing Arts Center. To enter the parking area, turn on to Boblett Street off the freeway exit 275.
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Matt Herskowitz, Piano, Ted DeCorso, Clarinet (shown here turning pages), and Martin Kuuskmann, bassoon, at the January 15th benefit concert in Blaine held for the summer Jazz Festival.
Jacob Hillard, alto sax, Leikos Grames, trumpet, Aaron Perrell, tenor sax, Cody Burke, drums, Eli Clark, trombone, Matt Herskowitz, piano, Martin Kuuskmann, bassoon, Jamming on Herbie Hancock’s “Chameleon” at the 1-15-05 PAA Benefit.
Local wunderkind Martin Kuuskmann playing at a recent concert he organized in Blaine to benefit the summer Jazz Festival.
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