The Morning Interview

‘Jazz on the Waterfront’ a blast from the past


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Sitka Fine Arts Camp director Roger Schmidt says he’s ready to “party into the night” at this year’s Jazz on the Waterfront (7 PM Sat Jun 29, Allen Hall, $65 at Old Harbor Books or online). A twenty-piece orchestra featuring Kyle Athade on trumpet will play jazz classics from the 1930s.

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