New Brunswick Jazz Project Presents Lucy Yeghiazaryan Quartet

As a young immigrant who has brought the real richness of her heritage together with her love for what is truly American, Lucy beautifully sounds out the best expression of the American dream. Amid the cacophony of voices raging over immigration, this jazz vocalist sounds a very refreshing note.

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Thu, February 13
8:00 pm — 11:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 02/13/2020 8:00pm 02/13/2020 11:00pm America/New_York New Brunswick Jazz Project Presents Lucy Yeghiazaryan Quartet

As a young immigrant who has brought the real richness of her heritage together with her love for what is truly American, Lucy beautifully sounds out the best expression of the American dream. Amid the cacophony of voices raging over immigration, this jazz vocalist sounds a very refreshing note.

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