Jazz Combo Sandy Stewart and Bill Charlap Enliven Standards
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The last date listed for Jazz Duo Sandy Stewart and Bill Charlap was Wednesday February 29, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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Bill Charlap is an extraordinary musician. Technically he is a wizard,but what makes him so special is his musicianship, the depth of his passion and imagination. It is always exciting to hear him. His mother, as he says, is a great storyteller....continued
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“Their communication is so finely tuned, you hold your breath and hang on every note and vocal inflection.” — The New Yorker
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