Saturday, May 27th – 7:30-10pm
Dan Neville Quartet
when lights are low… every Saturday night
The Jazz Philanthropists Union presents…
Dan Neville, vibes
Grant Levin, piano
Piro Patten, bass
Miles Tune, drums
Originals by Dan Neville, including tunes from soon-to-be-rele
Dan is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, jazz performer, jazz big band arranger and a full time student. His credentials include seven seasons of SFJAZZ Center’s Monday Night Big Band, arranging for Adam Theis’ Realistik Orchestra and three outstanding musicianship awards from Reno, Chabot, and CSUEB jazz festivals. In April, Dan won 1st place in the 2017 Jazz Search West competition.
Dan has studied jazz arranging and improvisation with Bennett Friedman at Santa Rosa JC, studied composition and piano with Rebeca Mauleon at City College of San Francisco, and is currently studying jazz education at the California Jazz Conservatory in Berkeley, CA, working towards a BA.
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