Arts & Entertainment

Jazz At The Plaza Returns To East Orange With A Special Local Flavor

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EAST ORANGE, NJ - One of the highlights of summer in East Orange is the musical showcase co-hosted by the City, The Arts Council of East Orange and select sponsors entitled, “Jazz At The Plaza”. The first two installments of this popular event will occur Tuesday July 14th and 21st both starting at 6PM.

While the event features talent from all across the globe, Jazz At The Plaza routinely showcases excellent local talent as well. The kick off concert this year is no exception.

Local resident and City staffer Lynn White, a.k.a. Roxanna Lynn, will be opening up for Antoinette Montague on July 14th. Roxanna Lynn has a long history of doing fantastic renditions of popular covers, but after speaking to her, we understand she may unveil something very special this coming Tuesday night.

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Antoinette Montague is a Newark, NJ native and veteran jazz vocalist. She has performed in most of the major clubs in New York and will soon be on her way to perform in Russia.

On Tuesday July 21, 2015 Jazz At The Plaza will bring another local talent in the person of Victor Jones. Jones started his musical career in beast Orange at Elmwood Elementary School and is now internationally recognized.

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