Jazz In Town: Remembering A Legendary Jazz Pianist

We begin February with remembering the legendary jazz pianist, Erroll Garner, in the first of three Art of Jazz at the Philharmonic concerts.  Read on…

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Art of Jazz: Christian Sands High Wire Trio

Sunday, February 2 @ 3:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Kleinhans Music Hall3 Symphony Circle
Buffalo, NY 14201 United States 
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Five-time Grammy-nominee and Creative Ambassador for the Erroll Garner Jazz Project, the dynamic pianist Christian Sands pays tribute to Erroll Garner, beloved for Concert by the Sea, one of the top-selling albums in jazz history, and his classic ballad “Misty” and acclaimed as “the man for whom the piano was invented” (Newsweek). Formerly featured in the Christian McBride Trio, Sands and his High Wire Trio dazzle audiences with their fresh take on the genius of Erroll Garner.

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Upcoming Jazz Events On JazzBuffalo.org

Be sure to check out the full listing of upcoming jazz events in the area.  Far too many to list in an email newsletter.  Click the link below!

1st Saturday Jazz Brunch at The Hollow Bistro

The 1st Saturday Jazz Brunch at the Hollow Bistro returns on Saturday, February 1st.  We’ll be entering our 4th year of the longest ongoing Saturday Jazz Brunch in the region.  We’ve got a great lineup to kick-off 2020!  Beginning with the fabulous duo of Grace Lougen and Ed Croft!  Call for reservations!  Click on the link and read more about who will be performing!

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The embracing of JazzBuffalo as the area’s #1 source for jazz events calendar and jazz content has continued unabated the last three years.  Becoming an integral part of how people are able to find out about jazz events and to learn more about the art of jazz.  So much so, we are receiving interests from the arts in Buffalo to expand the digital events calendaring and stories to other arts and culture communities.  This would take considerable effort.  We would like to gauge this interest amongst you – the audience.  Click on the link below to vote for yes or no on whether we should pursue such an effort.  Or, go directly to www.artsbuffalo.org.  Your interests are important to know about and they count!  Share with others who are interested in the arts!

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