Bob Schlesinger Quartet

Bob Schlesinger Quartet

Bob Schlesinger – Piano
Kim Stone – Bass
Mark Raynes – Drums
Ian Argys – Guitar

Versatile pianist and composer Bob Schlesinger celebrates the release of his latest album Different Results. The album was recorded in NYC with Eddie Gomez, Mike Stern, and Billy Drummond, and was funded in part by a grant from Pathways To Jazz.

Bob Schlesinger is a pianist and composer whose work covers jazz, blues, R&B and classical styles. He performs with his jazz trio and is co-leader of the funk/jazz group Purple Squirrel.

In his dozen years with singer Hazel Miller he has opened for such acts as James Brown and Earth, Wind & Fire. He has also performed at the Telluride Blues Festival, Winter Park Jazz Festival, and Jazz Aspen, as well as with the Longmont Symphony Orchestra.

Schlesinger is an in-demand accompanist for singers. He also writes soundtracks for films, video, commercials and theater. For two seasons he was the composer at the Community College of Denver Theater. Schlesinger teaches piano and composition privately and has been a guest lecturer at University of Colorado and Arapahoe Community College. He has a B.M. in music theory and composition and an M.B.A., both from the University of Colorado.

Date

Apr 09 2020

Time

6:30 pm - 7:45 pm

Cost

$15, $20, $25

Location

Dazzle @ Baur's
1512 Curtis Street, Denver, CO, 80202
Category
Dazzle

Organizer

Dazzle
Phone
(303) 839-5100
Email
info@dazzledenver.com
Website
https://dazzledenver.com
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