Violin Virtuoso Jaime Jorge in Concert
Sunday January 19
Jaime has played in a multitude of settings from high school auditoriums to Carnegie Hall. He has played in 60 countries on 6 continents, and has released 17 albums.
Besides being an accomplished musician, Jaime has an inspiring story to share. Born and raised in communist Cuba, he was offered many opportunities-including offers to study in Moscow with some of the greatest musicians of our time-if only he and his family would renounce their belief in God. They refused. When Jaime was ten, miraculously, his family was given the opportunity to leave the country.
In 1996, Jaime left medical school and a promising medical career to devote himself to full-time music ministry. The concert is free and is designed for people of all ages and denominations. Seating is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.
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