ELEUTHERA, The Bahamas (Feb. 19, 2018) — Prestigious musicians from around the world will join Bahamian artists in venues all over Eleuthera when Eleuthera All That Jazz returns April 11-15.
Listed in USA Today as one of the top 10 Caribbean musical festivals to see in 2016, Eleuthera All That Jazz has been steadily growing since 2012.The annual music festival, now in its sixth year, is a crucial fundraiser for Haynes Library in Central Eleuthera which provides invaluable support and resources to the community through a multitude of free services and outreach programs.
“The Haynes Library is not only a place where you can check out books, but, more importantly, it’s a place where residents of Eleuthera can go to develop new skills,” said Lana Rademaker, Vice President with Damianos Sotheby’s International Realty, one of the festival’s top sponsors. “With the resources so often limited in the Family Islands of The Bahamas, libraries can be the only places where people can go to further their education.”
The jazz festival adds to this educational objective by running a “meet the instruments” session at the library for local children.
“I am a firm believer that education is critical in forging a pathway toward success,” added Joan Braithwaite, a sales associate in the Eleuthera office of Damianos Sotheby’s International Realty. “I think it’s wonderful that the community of Eleuthera prioritizes education in this way and remains dedicated to finding new and resourceful ways to support and encourage literacy and learning.”
For more information about Eleuthera All That Jazz, please visit https://eleutheraallthatjazz.com