. . . 2, 3, 4! duo, trio, quartet… pianist Grant Levin
2nd, 3rd & 4th Sunday evenings, every month
Tonight! Sunday, October 8th – 7:30 pm
Grant Levin / Greg D’Augelli Duo
Best jazz piano player ever, in your own back yard!
Tatum? Mary Lou Williams? Herbie Nichols?
Meet your young colleague from the North Coast.
He’s San Francisco’s finest… And a pianist for the ages.
We’re not joking! …………….
Grant, with a freshly minted degree in jazz performance from University of Nevada at Reno, met saxophonist Greg D’Augelli when Grant joined the faculty at Chico State’s newly established jazz department. Greg continues to teach woodwinds and bass at Chico State, and plays throughout Northern California. He’s a superb reed player, who also covers stand-up and electric bass when called upon. Grant and Greg have a long-standing rapport and mutual respect that never fails to produce wonderful music on the bandstand.
Grant Levin, piano
Greg D’Augelli, reeds
Grant Levin Duos
every 2nd Sunday
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