653 Chenery Street
in San Francisco's Glen Park neighborhood

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Saturday, December 4 – 7:30pm
George Cotsirilos Quartet
jazz club
when lights are low

George Cotsirilos, guitar
Keith Saunders, piano
Robb Fisher, bass
Ron Marabuto, drums

Tonight, the George Cotsirilos Quartet highlights its just-completed recording project, due for release on CD in a matter of weeks.

A group of highly accomplished jazz veterans boasting years of close collaboration, the quartet released the widely acclaimed album Mostly In Blue in early 2018. The album debuted to excellent notices and spent over three months on the national Jazz Weekly radio top 50 charts, rising to number 15. In its December 2018 issue, Downbeat Magazine listed the CD as one of the best of the year.

The quartet performs primarily original modern jazz compositions along with gems from the jazz canon.

Read more on George and his colleagues in the quartet at https://www.georgecotsirilos.com/

Call the bookshop at 415-586-3733 to reserve a seat, as space is limited.
Reservations must be claimed by showtime.
Doors open at 7:20 for the 7:30 concert.

$20 cash cover charge; proof of vaccination and masks required; BYOB.

The performance will also be streamed live on YouTube and Facebook.
Donations appreciated, with instructions on the screen.



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The Bird & Beckett Cultural Legacy Project

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