Grant Levin

Sunday, February 23rd – 4:30pm
Grant Levin Residency
last Sundays through June
which way west?
concert series

$20 suggested donation; pay what you can.

Grant Levin, piano
Giulio Xavier Cetto, bass
Genius Wesley, drums

Pianist Grant Levin has gained great acclaim on the San Francisco jazz scene since his move here in 2001; since that time, Bird & Beckett has been pleased and honored to present him hundreds of times — and we look forward with great anticipation to his last-Sunday-of-the-month bookings through June. He will field a variety of ensembles, drawing on the wealth of fantastic jazz talent the City proudly boasts, exploring a wide range of material.

We’ll accept a limited number of reservations for each date by phone beginning the Monday before the engagement. Should you make a reservation, you’ll need to claim your seat 15 minutes before the show and, please, bring cash! Thanks for your kind understanding and cooperation!

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