Howard University

You’re Invited -
A Unique Concert to Benefit Family Law


A Unique Concert to Benefit Family Law

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Dean Kurt L. Schmoke
and Professor Cynthia R. Mabry

of the Howard University School of Law

Invite You to a

VALENTINES, LOVE & JAZZ CONCERT

For the Howard Family Law Certificate Program

Saturday, February 11, 2012
7:30 9:30 p.m. Concert

At the University of the District of Columbia Auditorium
4200 Connecticut Avenue, N.W.
Building 46


Family Law Certificate Program


You may use the on-line form below. For donations only, please email , Director of Development, when you complete your transaction.

Secure On-Line Giving Form



FEATURING
morgan

Dick Morgan
, HUSL Class of 1983

http://www.dickmorganjazz.com

Dick Morgan Trio + One (a Quartet) With Steve Abshire, Bertell Knox and David Einhorn
parker

Antonio Parker
, HU Class of 1992

http://www.antonioparker.com

Also Appearing…

Carl McIntyre, Trumpet Master, HUSL Class of 1984
(Has performed with Gladys Knight, Dave Brubeck and the Temptations)

Okianer Christian Dark * Homer LaRue * Cynthia R. Mabry * Cheryl Nichols
Sherman Rogers * Josephine Ross * JoAnn Fax * Diane Gorman * Zachary Knatt * Sharaya Cabansaq * Marcus Moore * Matthew Celestin * and Others

WAYMON LYNCH NATIONWIDE INSURANCE AGENCY, underwriter Our first sponsors
Kurt L. Schmoke & Laurence C. Nolan

Click on the links below for a ticket reservation form and a seating chart for this event.



Seating Chart

Professor Mabry created this diagram of the University of the District of Columbia Auditorium seating plan to be used for the February 11, 2012 Valentines, Love and Jazz event only. Upon arrival at the auditorium, guests may choose seats in their assigned sections in an open seating format.

This theater seats 900 guests. The floor plan provides good, unobstructed views of the stage and the artists from all vantage points. Ticket pricing and seating assignments were made to allow members of all Howard University School of Law stakeholder groups to participate in this fun-filled event at reasonable rates.

Any stakeholder may purchase a ticket for seating in a different section than the one that is set aside for that stakeholder group. For example, a student or staff member who prefers an orchestra seat may purchase a $50 or $100 ticket and a faculty member may purchase a $100 ticket. The full price of a ticket must be paid and submitted with a ticket reservation form for assurance of attendance at the Concert.

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updated: January 27, 2012