Unity • The Eric Willis Quintet

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Tuesday Nite Jazz says
At his first inauguration, President Nixon said, "In the orderly transfer of power, we celebrate the unity that keeps us free."

At 7 p.m. on Election Day, as the polls are closing, The Eric Willis Quintet invites us to take a deep breath, reflect upon our shared values, and rededicate ourselves to the unity that keeps us free.

Whatever your hope for the leadership of our nation, we hope you will join us in observing a moment of communal contemplation between the end of voting and the announcement of our next President. Together, we will listen as Eric Willis offers his personal testament of unity at the keyboard.

Leading up to this Election Day "UNITY" concert, we invite you to share your personal anecdote or testament about people who are bridging divides to elevate the common good above self interest and tag your post, tweet, or other social media with #AmericanUnity.

The concert takes place in the historic sanctuary of St. Paul United Methodist Church at 1816 Routh Street in the downtown Dallas Arts District, and will last approximately one and one half hours without a break. Please join us for a reception with the artists following the performance. Tuesday Nite Jazz, now in its 20th Season, is open to all, free of charge, thanks to generous support from Allie Beth Allman & Associates, TACA (The Arts Community Alliance), The Harry W. Bass, Jr., Foundation, the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs, and loyal patrons like you.

For reservations and information, please visit tuesdaynitejazz.org.
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