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Saturday, August 18th – 7:30 pm
The Jazz Philanthropists Union presents…
The Lost Trio with special guest Beth Schenck
jazz club! when lights are low…

$20 cover charge; $10 for students/musicians/low income.

The Lost Trio — Phillip Greenlief, saxophone; Dan Seamans, bass; Tom Hassett, drums — has a continuous 25-year history of close collaboration in creative music, “redefining the jazz standard” by way of excursions through tunes by Hank Williams and Herbie Nichols, Billy Strayhorn and Nino Rota, Irving Berlin and Joni Mitchell, Monk, Beck and Bjork. With a repertoire of 600 pieces, including originals by all three members, The Lost Trio finds itself intrigued and engaged exploring any terrain you can imagine.

For their engagement tonight at Bird & Beckett, The Lost Trio has invited the saxophonist and composer Beth Schenck to join them. Since arriving in the Bay Area a few years ago, Beth has been heard doing beautiful work with a host of the Bay Area’s most adventurous musicians, in aggregations that include the Guthrie Project, House of Faern, the Social Stutter Saxophone Quartet and Vidya Trio, among others. Visit www.bethschenck.com to hear some of her work.



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The Bird & Beckett Cultural Legacy Project

Our events are put on under the umbrella of the nonprofit Bird & Beckett Cultural Legacy Project (the "BBCLP"). That's how we fund our ambitious schedule of 300 or so concerts and literary events every year.

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The Independent Musicians Alliance

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