JOIN A SUCCESSFUL, GROWING, MUSICAL ORGANIZATION!

The Sugar&Jazz orchestra has opportunities for young and old
instrumentalists, vocalists and stage hands.

Sugar&Jazz is in hopes of keeping the sounds of the big bands alive.
Therefore, we are in the process of reorganizing by adding older
musicians along with the young. We would like to add more players,
young and old, in our saxophone and brass sections and also improve
our rhythm section by adding bass and piano. If there are any retired
musicians whose instruments are in the closet collecting dust, get
them out and join our family of young and adult musicians.
Remember the fun you had in the past? You can have it again
playing music of the Big Band Era. No auditions required, just a
willingness to have fun playing the music that memories are made of!




IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PERFORMING WITH OUR FAMOUS
ORGANIZATION, PLEASE EMAIL US WITH A BRIEF
DESCRIPTION OF YOUR ABILITIES AND THE INSTRUMENT YOU
PLAY (
EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY).




WE WILL BE GLAD TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY
HAVE.
POSITIONS AVAILABLE FOR:
 SAXOPHONES
 TRUMPETS
 TROMBONES
 PIANO
 DRUMS
 BASS
 GUITAR


The SUGAR&JAZZ ORCHESTRA plays the music of the big band era
under the direction of Frank Lorango. The band is made up of youth
and adults from the Western New York area. Retirees are also
welcome to join. Our performances have taken us to many places.
We have performed at all the major hotels in and around Western
New York and Canada. We have played as far away as California and
Florida. Of course, we play the music that memories are made from,
the music of the big band era.

If this sounds too good to be true, check it out for yourself!  Join us
at the next rehearsal. Call Mark if you’re interested for information:
716-807-9373.

EMAIL: sugarandjazz@yahoo.com

Sample the music of the Sugar & Jazz Orchestra. This soundtrack is unedited from an
actual performance:

                                                
                                              Sugar Blues
The Famous
Sugar and Jazz Orchestra
Frank Lorango, Director