PHOTOS: Idyllwild’s 21st Jazz in the Pines

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When Deanna Bogart saw Vic Sirkin of Idyllwild (and a jazz fest volunteer) relaxing on the grass in the front row during her performance, she literally got “down and dirty,” bringing her lively entertainment directly to him and then throughout the audience during the 21st Jazz in the Pines at Idyllwild Arts last Sunday. Photo by Jack Clark

When Deanna Bogart saw Vic Sirkin of Idyllwild (and a jazz fest volunteer) relaxing on the grass in the front row during her performance, she literally got “down and dirty,” bringing her lively entertainment directly to him and then throughout the audience during the 21st Jazz in the Pines at Idyllwild Arts last Sunday. Photo by Jack Clark

The Euphoria Brass Band surprised Evan Christopher (second from left) when they paraded down the Holmes Amphitheatre as Christopher and other Idyllwild Arts alumni finished their performance Saturday afternoon. Jason Jackson (left) is on trombone, Henry Franklin on bass, and Bob Boss is on guitar and The Euphoria Brass Band members are on the right.					           Photo by J.P. Crumrine

The Euphoria Brass Band surprised Evan Christopher (second from left) when they paraded down the Holmes Amphitheatre as Christopher and other Idyllwild Arts alumni finished their performance Saturday afternoon. Jason Jackson (left) is on trombone, Henry Franklin on bass, and Bob Boss is on guitar and The Euphoria Brass Band members are on the right. Photo by J.P. Crumrine

Marshall Hawkins on bass and Harry Pickens on piano in the Stephens Recital Hall last Sunday during Jazz in the Pines. Hawkins is the music director for the festival. Photo by Peter Szabadi

Marshall Hawkins on bass and Harry Pickens on piano in the Stephens Recital Hall last Sunday during Jazz in the Pines. Hawkins is the music director for the festival.
Photo by Peter Szabadi

Big Dev’s “Down Home” Barbeque returned to the jazz fest for the fifth year. Few of his plates were available by late Sunday afternoon.	             Photo by J.P. Crumrine

Big Dev’s “Down Home” Barbeque returned to the jazz fest for the fifth year. Few of his plates were available by late Sunday afternoon. Photo by J.P. Crumrine

American Idol and Idyllwild Arts alumnus Casey Abrams gets up close to his audience at the Main Stage as the last entertainer of Jazz in the Pines Sunday. Photo by Jack Clark

American Idol and Idyllwild Arts alumnus Casey Abrams gets up close to his audience at the Main Stage as the last entertainer of Jazz in the Pines Sunday.
Photo by Jack Clark

Harry Pickens awes a large crowd in the Stephens Recital Hall during Sunday’s festival.      Photo by Peter Szabadi

Harry Pickens awes a large crowd in the Stephens Recital Hall during Sunday’s festival. Photo by Peter Szabadi

Ruby Presnell performs with Ruby Blue on the Main Stage during Jazz in the Pines on Sunday. Her other band, Ruby and the Red Hots, performed at the French Quarter on Saturday.        Photo by Jack Clark

Ruby Presnell performs with Ruby Blue on the Main Stage during Jazz in the Pines on Sunday. Her other band, Ruby and the Red Hots, performed at the French Quarter on Saturday. Photo by Jack Clark

Henry Franklin plays the bass with clarinetist Evan Christopher on Saturday afternoon at the 21st Jazz in the Pines festival. On Sunday afternoon, Franklin performed as the Skipper and Crew playing John Coltrane and Ornette Coleman in Stephens Hall.	      Photo by J.P. Crumrine

Henry Franklin plays the bass with clarinetist Evan Christopher on Saturday afternoon at the 21st Jazz in the Pines festival. On Sunday afternoon, Franklin performed as the Skipper and Crew playing John Coltrane and Ornette Coleman in Stephens Hall. Photo by J.P. Crumrine

The Euphoria Brass Band from San Diego greeted people at the front gate Saturday morning as they entered the 21st-annual Jazz in the Pines festival. Photo by Jenny Kirchner

The Euphoria Brass Band from San Diego greeted people at the front gate Saturday morning as they entered the 21st-annual Jazz in the Pines festival.
Photo by Jenny Kirchner

The Associates of the Idyllwild Arts Foundation hosted its annual “thank you” dinner for all the people who volunteer to help make the Jazz in the Pines festival so successful. This year’s event was Wednesday, Aug. 13, at the school’s Nelson Dining Hall.							           Photo by J.P. Crumrine

The Associates of the Idyllwild Arts Foundation hosted its annual “thank you” dinner for all the people who volunteer to help make the Jazz in the Pines festival so successful. This year’s event was Wednesday, Aug. 13, at the school’s Nelson Dining Hall. Photo by J.P. Crumrine

A large buffet table was set out for the Patrons Dinner Friday night at Idyllwild Arts. Photo by Jenny Kirchner

A large buffet table was set out for the Patrons Dinner Friday night at Idyllwild Arts.
Photo by Jenny Kirchner

Marshall Hawkins (left) on bass, Jeff Olson on drums and Bob Boss on guitar perform during the annual Patrons Dinner at Idyllwild Arts Friday night. Ruby and the Red Hots also performed to a crowd that had a hard time staying off the dance floor. Photo by Jenny Kirchner

Marshall Hawkins (left) on bass, Jeff Olson on drums and Bob Boss on guitar perform during the annual Patrons Dinner at Idyllwild Arts Friday night. Ruby and the Red Hots also performed to a crowd that had a hard time staying off the dance floor.
Photo by Jenny Kirchner

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