A tribute mural created by New Haven artist Ray Harvey of legendary Jazz trumpeter Clark Terry, who passed away in February at the age of 94, will be dedicated Saturday, April 2, at 4 p.m., as part of the Murals on Broadway Public Art Program.

The mural, located outside at 7714 South Broadway, St. Louis, is a montage tribute to Terry, who was born and raised in the Carondelet neighborhood but who went around the world with his musical talent. He played with Count Basie and Duke Ellington, was a mentor to Miles Davis and has sold more jazz records than any other musician.

Harvey will be a speaker at the dedication, and there will be a musical performance by the Champian Fulton Quartet, including Steven and Champian Fulton, who were close personal friends with and inspired by Clark Terry’s music and life.

Harvey’s mural is the seventh in a series commissioned by the Carondelet Community Betterment Federation for its Murals on Broadway program.

“With Mr. Terry’s passing in February of this year, it seemed a natural selection to immortalize the man in the neighborhood where he was born and lived,” Harvey notes on his website.

“The mural is only a short walk from where he lived before his trumpet led him around the world. A self-taught musician who was inspired by all he heard on those St. Louis streets, created his own sound that led Quincy Jones to describe him as the best trumpeter ever.”