Grant Levin 3

Saturday, December 1st – 7:30–10:00 pm
Grant Levin Quartet
featuring Lori Bell, flute
$20 cover charge; $10 for students, musicians, low income
jazz club! when lights are low… every Saturday night

The Jazz Philanthropists Union presents… Pianist Grant Levin leads a quartet featuring the flutist Lori Bell, up from San Diego for the date! David Ewell on bass; Hamir Atwal on drums.

Bell is an award-winning musician “of admirable depth and broad musical sympathies whose recordings and live performances over the years have set new and higher standards in contemporary jazz and classical music.” (note post-performance: all that and more!)

Lori taught Grant’s flutist father while Grant was a tot, and in 2006 she recorded an exquisite CD as a featured artist with the Grant Levin Trio comprising Grant on piano with Hans Halt on bass and Rufus Haeriti on drums (Beezwax Records, 2007). She’ll be back with the same trio as worked with her live tonight, Grant, David and Hamir, insha’Allah, on the first Saturday of December in 2019!

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