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Ben Rosenblum Trio (opening act Grant Flick/Jacob Warren Duo at Canterbury House

Jennifer Pollard uploaded this event on March 11, 2018

Where

Canterbury House
721 E. Huron St.
Ann Arbor, MI
Map
734-665-0606

When

Fri, March 16, 2018
8:00 pm

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Friday, March 16th from 8 to 11 p.m. at Canterbury House (721 E. Huron): Jazz pianist Ben Rosenblum will be at the House with Marty Jaffe (bass) and Ben Zweig (drums) as a part of their CD release tour. Opening act: Grant Flick/Jacob Warren Duo.

Bio excerpt: "Award-winning jazz pianist, composer and accordionist Ben Rosenblum has been described as “mature beyond his years,” (Jon Neudorf, Sea of Tranquility), and as an “impressive talent” (C. Michael Bailey, All About Jazz), who “caresses [the music] with the reverence it merits” (Bob Doerschuk, Downbeat Magazine). Ben is based primarily in New York City, and is a graduate of the Columbia-Juilliard program (in 2016). His original music combines his extensive knowledge of the history of jazz with a free-wheeling, modern melodic sensibility and powerful narrative approach to the piano. His profound passion for jazz, swing and world music genres finds expression in his unique fusion of harmonic and rhythmic elements from a wide array of sources, and gives rise to a signature compositional sound and style at once iconoclastic and deeply rooted in such figures as Bill Evans and Wynton Kelly. Ben's first priority in his composition and in his playing is always narrative – to tell a compelling story with his music, while reaching the hearts of his audience, connecting on an emotional, an intellectual and a spiritual level." (Learn more about Ben Rosenblum at: https://www.benrosenblummusic.com/about.html)...

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