Jazz festival brings the community closer together

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  • Music displays are captured at the VMT Jazz in the Heights.

    The Magnet Tribune: Briana Sepulveda

  • VMT music instructor Dr. Mary Grace Carroll is pictured playing the piano at the VMT Jazz in the Heights.

    The Magnet Tribune: Briana Sepulveda

  • VMT music instructor John Reimund plays the tuba at the VMT Jazz in the Heights.

    The Magnet Tribune: Briana Sepulveda

  • A music display was captured close-up at the VMT Jazz in the Heights.

    The Magnet Tribune: Briana Sepulveda

  • Art pieces are photographed at the VMT Jazz in the Heights.

    The Magnet Tribune: Briana Sepulveda

  • Jazz band plays together during the VMT Jazz in the Heights, at the outdoor stage.

    The Magnet Tribune: Briana Sepulveda

  • Choir students, at their booth, make rusas at the VMT Jazz in the Heights.

    The Magnet Tribune: Briana Sepulveda

  • A piece of art decorates the VMT Jazz in the Heights.

    The Magnet Tribune: Briana Sepulveda

  • A piece of art decorates the VMT Jazz in the Heights.

    The Magnet Tribune: Briana Sepulveda

  • Two men play their instruments at the VMT Jazz in the Heights.

    The Magnet Tribune: Briana Sepulveda

  • Jazz in the Heights decorations are photographed in the cafeteria.

    The Magnet Tribune: Briana Sepulveda

  • Vivian Coleman, a student at VMT, smiles at the VMT Jazz in the Heights.

    The Magnet Tribune: Briana Sepulveda

  • Jazz projects are showcased at the VMT Jazz in the Heights.

    The Magnet Tribune: Briana Sepulveda

  • Dr. Mary Grace Caroll is pictured playing the piano at the VMT Jazz in the Heights.

    The Magnet Tribune: Briana Sepulveda

  • A welcoming sign is photographed at the VMT Jazz Festival.

    The Magnet Tribune: Briana Sepulveda

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VMT held its annual Jazz in the Heights on April 18 in the auditorium and outdoor stage, which brought jazz music-loving students and members of the community together for the evening. Five groups performed jazz favorites for over 3 hours. Several school groups sold a variety of food and items in the cafeteria.