Darryl White is an associate professor of trumpet at the Glenn Korff School of Music at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Concert is free
People who attend the concerts can enjoy some "really good coffee," Jones said. The church orders its beans from Aromas, a popular business in Omaha's Benson neighborhood. Jones has heard that Third City Christian's coffee is some of the best in town. While standard brewed coffee is free, concertgoers have to pay for the upscale coffee at Plaza Presents. Tips for the coffee go to a mission chosen by either the artist or the church.
For more information about the concerts, visit www.facebook.com/plazapresents
or call (308) 384-5038
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