Jazz Piano Master Class with Bill Charlap and Ted Rosenthal
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The last date listed for Jazz Piano Master Class was Monday July 16, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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Lemony Snicket's The Composer is Dead is a murder mystery that takes place at the orchestra. The composer is dead -- and we must discover who did the wicked deed. The performance is intended to introduce young people to instruments in the orchestra through the guise of a humorous and thrilling mystery, keeping both children and adults immersed in the action. The orchestra will also perform the New York premiere of Embrace by Brooklyn composer Kenji Bunch, featuring Tracy Silverman on electric violin. Learn More
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This was a thoroughly enjoyable but also deeply educational jazz performance. Pianists Charlap and Rosenthal opened with a duet, and were joined by their bassist and drummer. Every player is a star; Charlap, of course, is in a league of his own. Then, they work with two talented young students, each of whom plays an American Songbook tune solo, and a jazz standard with the trio. There is much critiquing, especially by Charlap, who shows off his knowledge and incredible listening capacities as well as jazz technique and approach. And no matter where one sits in the audience, players' work on the keys is visible through perfectly projected keyboard views above each. This is for any serious lover of music or jazz but not for ears seeking only pop-satsifaction and not gorgeous solo and trio work.
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