Highly regarded jazz pianist, composer, and arranger Laura Dubin will be making a special appearance at PAUSA Art House this Friday, April 11. On her way to New York City for several appearance, she will be making a stop here in Buffalo.
Laura Dubin is a native of Rochester and has close ties to Western New York. Laura is a graduate of the stellarly recognized music program at Western Michigan University where she studied with many luminaries including famed trumpeter Fred Hersch. Laura has also appeared at the Jazz at the Lincoln Center with Janis Siegel and Mark Murphy, The Detroit International Jazz Festival, and The Kennedy Center.
Most recenty she has lived and performed in Mexico City and often accompanied by drummer Antonio H. Guerrero. In 2013, Laura released her first CD entitled Introducing The Laura Dubin Trio with 10 original compositions. She is accompanied by Antonio Guerrero on drums, and bassist Sam Weber.
A wonderful opportunity for Buffalo jazz fans and musicians alike to catch an international touring jazz artist. PAUSA Art House is located on 19 Wadsworth St. in Buffalo's Allentown district.
What follows is a video of the Laura Dubin Trio performing the Thelonious Monk tune I Mean You.