Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Celebrating Black Heritage: An Afternoon of Jazz with Dwan Bosman at Sharon Forks Library

One positive thought produces millions of positive vibrations.

-John Coltrane, American Jazz Saxophonist

Dwan Bosman, Saxophonist

If you love jazz artists like John Coltrane, Charlie "Bird" Parker, and Miles Davis you won’t want to miss a special live jazz performance by saxophonist Dwan Bosman on Sunday, February 5 at 2:00 p.m. at the Sharon Forks Library.  

Forsyth County Public Library is thrilled to present An Afternoon of Jazz with Dwan Bosman as part of our Celebrating Black Heritage series.   

Mr. Bosman is a soulful saxophonist who performs across the nation as well as abroad. Regionally, Mr. Bosman often entertains music lovers at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport as part of Atlanta’s “The Sounds of Southern Hospitality” series and performs at private events and area jazz clubs like The Velvet Note, The James Room, and The Third Door. This busy musician even took time recently to play for residents of Forsyth County's Oaks at Shiloh Point for their Thanksgiving luncheon and performed at FCPL's Celebrating Black History Month series in 2022.  

FCPL is delighted to welcome Mr. Bosman back to Sharon Forks Library to entertain patrons of all ages with the jazz that sparked his own musical journey. Please join us on February 5 at 2:00 p.m. for a concert that is sure to entertain and inspire. 

Alicia Cavitt
Information Specialist

Over all, I think the main thing a musician would like to do is give a picture to the listener of the many wonderful things that he knows of and senses in the universe. . . That is what I would like to do. I think that is one of the greatest things you can do in life and we all try to do it in some way. The musician’s is through his music.

John Coltrane, American Jazz Saxophonist

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