An evening of jazz standards and music from the Great American Songbook with Dennis Dotson’s All-Star Quintet. Bring your mom or adopt a mom to treat: BYOB your favorite beer, wine or champagne. A rose for mom*, cheese, and chocolate, all in the Murray Center at STE. Dancing encouraged!Childcare provided for those 10 and under. Please list names and ages when purchasing tickets online. For questions about childcare, please email Kay Bowers at firstname.lastname@example.org.* with on-line ticket purchase by May 12. Limit one rose per mom.Dennis Dotson (aka Houston's Godfather of Jazz), trumpet; Warren Sneed (Director of Jazz Studies at High School for the Performing and Visual Arts "HSPVA"), tenor saxophone; David Craig (Houston's top-call bassist), bass; Pamela York (Canadian-born jazz pianist, composer, and vocalist), piano; and Joel Fulgham (Member of HSPVA's Hall of Fame), drums.Dennis Dotson, specialist in jazz trumpet, is on the faculty at the University of Texas at Austin and has been a professional trumpeter for fifty years, having played in the house bands in Las Vegas and free-lanced in New York City and Houston, Texas, where he now lives. He was trumpet soloist in the Woody Herman and Buddy Rich big bands and as a small group player has performed alongside Joe Lovano, Joe Henderson, Marvin Stamm and David Liebman, among others, and has performed in big bands with such as Carl Fontana, Bobby Shew, Tom Harrell, and Kenny Wheeler. He has been on the faculty at Houston Community College, where he taught private lessons in trumpet and improvisation and has been jazz trumpet instructor at the University of Houston. He has led several All-Region high school jazz bands and has been a guest soloist/adjudicator/clinician at over forty high schools and colleges. He is very active as a trumpet player in jazz and commercial circles throughout the state of Texas, has performed with the Houston Symphony Orchestra, and has been a sideman on numerous jazz recordings.