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Saturday, September 29th – 7:30 pm
The Larry Vuckovich / Jeff Chambers Duo
jazz club! when lights are low…
 

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

Pianist Larry Vuckovich and bassist Jeff Chambers often work in a duo format, producing a close jazz dialogue, infusing the music with soulful emotion, strong swing and sophistication, and playing with consummate craft.

Vuckovich stresses that from the time jazz was first in its heyday, audiences knew the value of coming back repeatedly to hear the same musicians go deeper into the music and take it in new directions with each outing. By coming back, audiences knew they would keep on being uplifted. This duo works in that way, to uplift the spirit in today’s times.

With fewer and fewer jazz veterans left on the scene today, it’s more valuable than ever to attend to their explorations and collaborations. Vuckovich and Chambers possess a wide-ranging repertoire that surprises, delights and enriches us at every turn.

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