Jeanne Stafford’s Networking Dinner With Keyon Harrold

Keyon

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Would you like to share a dinner table with a recent double Grammy Award winner?

Keyon Harrold is a trumpeter/music producer/arranger/songwriter who has been featured on nearly 100 albums ranging from jazz, R&B, pop, gospel, blues and hip hop.

He has toured and recorded with or produced for some of the world’s top artists and ensembles including Jay-Z, Beyoncé, Common, Erykah Badu and Lauryn Hill.  He’s had numerous film and TV musical placements including the Miles Davis Biopic “Miles Ahead” directed by Don Cheadle where he is featured as the trumpet sound of Don Cheadle playing Miles Davis.

I had the pleasure of meeting Keyon when he accompanied a dear friend of mine over drinks recently.  He is a wonderful listener and a generous conversationalist. I realized how much more I have to learn from him and how much others would too. So I asked out of the blue, “Would you speak at my next Networking Event?”

He smiled and said, “Yes.”

On Wednesday, March 22nd please join me as I welcome this extraordinary artist as he shares:
Three Things I’ve Learned From Conflict
Keyon will bring his words, his trumpet and his inner improviser.

An evening with dinner, networking, inspiration….and music!
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
6:30 PM
$95 per person
Dinner, wine and beer

Society of Illustrators
128 East 63rd Street
New York, New York 10065
Between Park Avenue and Lexington Avenue

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