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Friday, January 5th – 8:30-10pm
The Annie Orzen Trio
home for the holidays!

Annie Orzen, piano
Maddox Rochman-Romdalvik, bass
Will Davies, drums
Lily Bogas, vocals

Annie Orzen, born & raised in Glen Park, is studying jazz and contemporary media at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY. She’s been home for the holidays and returns to school shortly, but first a stop at Bird & Beckett!

The Annie Orzen Trio pushes the envelope of jazz, bringing a unique repertoire of original compositions and freshly interpreted standards to the Bird & Beckett stage. Heavily inspired by their training in jazz and their collective love for modern genres of music, the group combines jazz, r&b, gospel and funk into a contagiously exciting night of music.

It’s the late show Friday the 5th, so enjoy a meal at Manzoni or Tekka House and walk up to the shop for an 8:30 start.

$20 cover charge (cash or venmo at the door)
$10 for teens and music students
reservations: 415-586-3733

Annie has performed at notable San Francisco venues including Bird & Beckett last summer when she wowed the capacity audience with her trio, as well as at Brick & Mortar Music Hall and Neck of the Woods here in town and at The Hotel Cafe in Los Angeles. Annie can be heard live in various groups around New York and the Bay Area, including her jazz-pop fusion band, Seldon, The Eastman Jazz Lab Band and Fallopian Grooves, Rochester’s only all-women jazz group.

Lily Bogas is 22 year old vocalist from Marin, California. As as classically trained opera singer raised by jazz musician parents, Lily Bogas has become one of the most versatile upcoming vocalists in the Bay Area. She is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s of Music at the Eastman School of Music, where she is in her final year of Opera studies with the renowned tenor Robert Swensen. Lily has been a finalist at the National CS Vocal Competition, received 2nd place in the Hal Leonard vocal competition, and was 3rd place winner in the Schmidt Vocal Competition. Lily was also a finalist in the American Songbook Academy, performing jazz standards alongside Michael Feinstein. In between opera studies and jazz gigs, she enjoys writing original indie-folk music and playing the guitar.
Maddox Rochman-Romdalvik is an 18 year old bassist from San Francisco. Maddox was introduced to jazz by his middle school music teacher, and since then has played in jazz, folk, rock, and funk groups. Maddox is now a member of the Colorado College jazz band and plays frequently in Colorado Springs and the Bay Area.

Drummer Will Davies, 19 years old from Piedmont, California, has been a percussionist since he was six, when pandeiro ace and family friend Brian Rice brought him up on stage at a concert and handed him a tambourine. Rice soon took him on as a student. Jazz, latin and funk music have been inspirational to Will all along the way. Will participated in the CASMEC All-State High School Jazz Band in 2022, and the California Jazz Conservatory Advanced High School Combo that he played in was recognized for “Best Original Composition” in the 2022 DownBeat Student Music Awards.

Here’s Annie’s show from July 2023…


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