- Ticket Price: $22.00 - $34.00
Bell Stage Main Dining Room
Pianist Mike Nourie and The Swingmasons are pleased to team up with vocalist Jerica Cristosomo for a dinner-jazz performance at Angelica’s Restaurant in Redwood City California on Friday, March 8th, 8:30 – 10:30 pm. The Swingmasons will be performing an assortment vocal favorites and standards from the American Jazz songbook, along with several Swingmasons originals.
Jerica Crisostomo is a bay area-native vocalist who finds her inspiration in the arts and her family foundation. She has studied music theory and electronic music at the College of San Mateo, and performs at several venues in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The Swingmasons (Karl Hartmann, Gary Lefkowitz, Brian Andres, Mike Nourie, Tommy Occhiuto, Lewis Keizer):
Karl Hartmann is a professional bassist/cellist in the SF Bay Area. He has recorded and performed with many jazz legends such as Louie Belson, Clark Terry, Michael Wolff, Bob Mintzer, Phill Woods, Bobby Hutcherson, Tom Harrell, Wayne Wallace, Bob Brookmeyer, Toshiko Akiyoshi, Gerald Wilson, Anthony Wilson and many others as well as local jazz heavyweights.
Gary Lefkowitz began playing jazz guitar when he was 15 years old and studied in New York City with jazz guitarist and Downbeat poll-winner Billy Bauer. He is also co-founder of the John Abercrombie Jazz Scholarship Foundation (www.johnabercrombiejazzfund.org).
Brian Andres is a professional percussionist and educator in the SF Bay Area. Brian has performed with notable San Francisco musicians such as multi instrumentalist John Calloway (John Santos, Wayne Wallace, Omar Sosa) guitarist Ray Obiedo, Grammy Award Winning Pacific Mambo Orchestra, Independent Music Award winning artist and Ivory Coast native Fely Tchaco, reggae singer Black Nature (Sierra Leone Refugee Allstars) and percussionist band leader Danilo Paiz (Ruben Blades).
Tommy Occhiuto is a saxophonist, composer, and music educator. In 2003, Tommy earned his degree in Jazz Studies and Performance from University of Loyola, New Orleans. While in New Orleans, he played professionally in traditional and contemporary performance settings until his move to the Bay Area in 2007. Since his arrival, he has taught music at Borel Middle School, the Stanford Jazz Workshop, and privately. Currently, he co-directs the Music and Arts program at East Palo Alto’s Live In Peace Music Academy using his unique influences to shape the sound of that community.
Lewis keizer played trumpet professionally in Portland, Oregon, during the early 1960's. Lewis recently performed with Ed Zimbrick's all-star TENTH AVENUE JAZZ BAND all over the world. Keizer has concertized with such greats as Sonny Chris, Jimmy Pepper, Monk Montgomery, Scott Hamiliton, George Young, Benny Barth and Bob Lucas, and played duo cornet or trumpet
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Tickets can only be purchased online prior to the show. Ticket sales will close on line at 4:00pm on 03/08/19
“If Available” - The only time tickets will be available for sale at the door will be on the day of the show $28.00
Regular Seating while available $22.00 on line
Premier Seating while available( up to 5 rows back facing stage $28.00 on line
Front Table Seating (First Two Rows Center Stage) while available $34.00 on line
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