The Palermo Community Library’s Summer Jazz Concert Series will present The Jesse Feinberg Project Monday, June 29, at 6:30 p.m. at the library, 2789 Route 3.

The free event will begin with a 5:30 p.m. music workshop for kids of all ages; sandwiches and refreshments are included. Due to limited capacity, reservations are appreciated; RSVP by calling 993-6088 or emailing (include number of adults and number of children attending).

The Jesse Feinberg Project has been hailed as being fresh, innovative and dynamic. The trio includes Jesse Feinberg on piano, Duane Edwards on upright bass and Mai Kheet on drums. Feinberg is an experienced performance pianist and teacher who has studied many forms of music for the last 34 years. He plays a large array of styles, ranging from classical, jazz standards, R&B, soul, funk, and blues; to alternative rock and world music styles of Latin America, the Middle East and Far East.

Feinberg has freelanced with many varied groups and has given performances for the Noonday Concert Series, the Back Cove Festival, Maine Jazz Camp at UMO, the Woodford Street Church, Mayo Street Performance Center, the Harraseeket Inn, Charlamagne’s, The Governor Hill’s Mansion, Cornerstone in Ogunquit and many Portland area clubs.

The Palermo Community Library received a generous grant from the Oak Grove Foundation to fund Summer Jazz at the Library, and the series will continue July 27 with the Mai Kheet Band and conclude Aug. 24 with Oirteht. The Palermo Community Library is an all-volunteer library; to volunteer, call 993-6088.

Courier Publications’ A&E Editor Dagney C. Ernest can be reached at (207) 594-4401, ext. 115; or