Local businessman Pete Carlson and the American Jazz institute are teaming to offer a special “Jazz that Eclipses the Sun” concert this Sunday in Palm Desert. The 6:00 p.m. concert is being held at the estate of local philanthropists Gino & Linda Biggi. The couple is known for their support of animal causes, with their estate becoming a sanctuary for homeless animals. “Loving all Animals” is the Biggi’s philanthropic organization. “I’m happy to be able to hold this jazz concert in such a unique venue and support two important organizations that benefit our community,” said Carlson, owner of Pete Carlson’s Golf and Tennis. The concert features The Danny House Quartet on the lawn at the Biggi Bird Garden. House is an accomplished saxophonist who has played with The Count Basie Orchestra, and recorded with artists including Anita Baker, and the Manhattan Transfer. A partial solar eclipse is predicted for May 20th, from 4:26 to 6:42 p.m. In addition to enjoying the music, the eclipse adds an unusual element to the evening. Those in attendance will receive special solar eclipse glasses to watch the eclipse. Seating is limited and concert-goers are advised to arrive early. Admission is $20, students are free. Tickets can be purchased at Pete Carlson’s Golf and Tennis or can be purchased at the door of the Biggi home at 73-179 Joshua Tree in Palm Desert. Parking will be available on the street.Directions to the Biggi Estate from Highway 111 in Palm Desert: take San Luis Rey south to Joshua Tree and turn right, the estate is just past Tumbleweed Lane on the left.