On June 7th, the Jazz Academy of Music will perform at the National Archives Building (located on Constitution Ave. and 7th NW) to celebrate the history of jazz. At the program, you can learn what jazz has to do with the National Archives, meet the youth musicians, visit an instrument petting zoo, and try other hands-on activities. The performance, at noon, in the McGowan Theater is followed by interactive activities. Registration is not required for this action-packed afternoon.
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