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Piano Jazz at the Arts Club

A series of concerts focusing on innovation in modern jazz piano.
Four reigning artists perform their own compositions
celebrating a hundred years of Piano Jazz in Washington, DC.

Arts Club of Washington
2017 I St NW
Washington, DC 20006
all concerts at 7:00 p.m.
produced by Burnett Thompson
View 2014/15 Roster HERE

pic   An Evening with Pianist HELEN SUNG
Monday, Oct. 5, 2015
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Helen Sung has worked with such luminaries as Clark Terry, Ron Carter, Steve Turre, the legendary Wayne Shorter, and MacArthur Fellow Regina Carter; and, in addition to her own band, can currently be seen with fine ensembles including the Mingus Big Band & Dynasty Band, the T.S.Monk Group, and Terri Lyne Carrington's Grammy-winning Mosaic Project. With five first-rate albums to her credit, Sung's next recording, Anthem For A New Day, is her debut on Concord Records. A bright future is certainly in store for this exciting artist whom Wynton Marsalis named as one of his 'Who's Got Next: Jazz Musicians to Watch!'
See Helen Sung in performance

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  An Evening with Pianist DAN TEPFER
Monday, Nov. 2, 2015
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Born in Paris to American parents, “tremendously gifted” (LA Times) pianist-composer Dan Tepfer has translated his bi-cultural identity into an exploration of music that ignores stylistic bounds. His 2011 Goldberg Variations / Variations, which pairs his performance of Bach’s work with improvised variations of his own, has received broad praise as a “riveting, inspired, fresh musical exploration” (New York Times).
Watch Dan Tepfer in performance

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  An Evening with Pianist SPIKE WILNER
Monday, March 7, 2016
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Spike performed with or led many bands in New York City at countlessjazz clubs including The Village Gate, The Angry Squire, Visiones, Augies, The West End Gate and The Village Corner. Spike also toured with The Artie Shaw Big Band, The Glen Miller Orchestra and Maynard Furgeson. Spike's own recordings out under his name include "A Blues of Many Colors", "Planet Jazz", and "Three To Go". Spike launched the record label SmallsLIVE focusing on great performances at Smalls Jazz Club. Spike’s own project, "Spike Wilner, Solo Piano: Live At Smalls", received a glowing review in The New York Times. Spike is a managing partner at Smalls and Mezzrow jazz clubs in Manhattan.
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See Spike Wilner in performance

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  An Evening with Pianist LAURENCE HOBGOOD
Monday, May 11, 2015
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Laurence Hobgood performs both with Kurt Elling and his own trio at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Birdland, Chicago's Symphony Center, Ravinia, as well as the world's most prestigious jazz festivals, including Montreaux, North Sea, Monterey, Spoleto USA, Newport, Umbria, Montreal, JVC Festivals in Paris and Japan and many others. He has played and/or recorded with Jon Hendricks, Larry Coryell, Lee Konitz, Stefon Harris, Peter Erskine, Marc Johnson, Joe Lovano, Benny Maupin, Paul Wertico, Kurt Rosenwinkle, Ernie Watts, Clark Terry, Bobby Watson, Mark Murphy, Clark Terry, Bob Mintzer, Von Freeman, Paul McCandless, Buddy Guy, Gary Burton and Eddie Daniels, to name a few.
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Watch Laurence Hobgood in performance