Connie Han (piano)
Edwin Livingston (bass)
Bill Wysaske (drums)
Donation is $50 and includes wine, beer, soft drinks and lunch.
Doors open at 12:30 pm.
Drink service begins at 1:00.
Attendance by reservation only.
To reserve, call Betty at 310-659-9169 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
From www.aframejazz.com: "The "A" Frame first opened its doors to live jazz in June of 2001. Jazz At The "A" Frame is not and is not intended to be a profit-making endeavor. Its purpose is solely to promote jazz, America's only indigenous art form, by providing a venue for artists to display their musical wares. This venue affords the musicians the opportunity to perform in the intimate setting of a hillside home with outstanding acoustics before an appreciative and attentive audience of true jazz fans."
From the Montreal Jazz Festival website: "In her early twenties, California pianist Connie Han already boasts an incredible musical maturity. Inspired by such jazz piano icons as Hank Jones, McCoy Tyner and Kenny Kirkland, the versatile artist devoted her debut album to the repertoire of Broadway composer Richard Rodgers. She takes the stage accompanied by Edwin Livingston (bass) and Bill Wysaske (drums). An afternoon of virtuosity."
Performance Venue: Club Jazz Casino de Montréal à la place SNC-Lavalin (Corner of De Bleury and René Lévesque)