There is nothing more exciting than to have something new to share with your friends especially when it has to do with the word FLASK!
Sat, October 5th from 7:00 pm at Town Hall-The Forum as part of the 2019 Earshot Jazz Festival w/ 200 Trio: Max Holmberg, Greg Feingold, Cole Schuster, and Eric Verlinde
This was a fantastic show and I am honored to have been a part of the festival. I have some beautiful photos that were taken by the talented L.Elizabeth Carpenter.
Social distancing is getting real during the Corona Virus outbreak but the artistic community is coming up with creative ideas for us all to remain connected via live streaming of all sorts of events. You're not alone when you can join friends and even strangers to listen to great music from the comfort of your home. That's why I'd like to invite you all to check out The Quarantine Sessions is an ongoing project lead by womxn you can also check out updates on Facebook at the House of Breaking Glass
Jacqueline Tabor Celebrates The Joy In Jazz.
As a sharp-witted friend noted recently, singer Jacqueline Tabor is " ruining the dour jazz musician stereotype!" The KNKX studio session audience was certainly drawn into the fun when Jacqueline celebrated her new album with The 200 Trio live on KNKX.
So honored to be a part of a powerful collaboration with the amazing Marina Albero, Adriana Giordana, and Chava Mirel. Thank you, Abe Beeson and KNKX for this great article. https://www.knkx.org/post/northwest-musicians-creatively-cope-coronavirus-outbreak Successful musicians often need to be creative hustlers to make a living as artists. With the COVID-19 outbreak leading to increasing concert cancellations, those hustling skills are being put to a serious test. One musician, pianist Marina Albero, is experimenting with a new way for musicians to connect with their audience — virtually.
Albero will host a live streaming concert on Facebook at 7 p.m. this Sunday, March 15, in what she's calling The Quarantine Sessions. This effort was born of distress, Albero says. She had a performance in Seattle canceled last week due to the outbreak. Then, "I had a concert at a medical conference in Barcelona for 2,000 people canceled, that's when the survival instinct started working."