Peter Barshay

Sunday, June 16, 4:30 pm:
The Peter Barshay Trio
with Grant Levin & Bryan Bowman

Grant-Levin-piano-photo-by-Dan-BrazeltonPeter Barshay is a fine bassist with a long and impressive track record, not to mention a beautiful tone & musical intelligence.

With Grant Levin on piano and Bryan Bowman on drums, this will go down in your personal annals as one of the best trios you’ve laid ears on!

Don’t miss out!

On the jazz scene here for just a few years, Grant Levin has quickly become one of the most in-demand pianists on the Bay Area jazz scene, with a sophisticated harmonic and rhythmic approach that belies his youth.

Bryan Bowman has been setting a high bar for Bay Area drummers in the avant garde and straight ahead traditions for over 20 years.

As for Peter Barshay, he’s renowned in the Bay Area and nationally, and has shared the bandstand with such jazz luminaries as Kenny Barron, Freddie Hubbard, Sonny Stitt, Kenny Werner, Shirley Horn, Woody Shaw, Pharoah Sanders, Blue Mitchell, Tony Williams, Joe Henderson, Joe Lovano, Johnny Griffin and Bobby McFerrin.


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