Friday July 31 7-8pm The Paleolithic String Trio will be live streaming from Classic Pianos.
This series is a collaboration between Classic Pianos and La Cour.
Here is how you can help with the costs incurred in high quality jazz streaming,
Your generosity helps all the participating jazz musicians by providing a cost-free performance space.
To see/listen to The Paleolithic String Trio click on this link. https://www.100nightsofjazz.com/
It will go live just before 7pm
To tip the performing musicians, use either PayPal or Venmo depending on the musicians choice. All proceeds for each concert go 100% to the musicians. Be as generous as you can. And ENJOY the concert brought directly to you!
Tips PayPal = email@example.com
Tune in, tell your jazzy friends and ENJOY!
Making jazz as accessible as possible and helping keep the Denver Jazz Scene ALIVE!
About the Paleolithic String Trio:
Guitarists Howard Slavin and Doug Switzer have been making music together for over two decades. Active in the jazz community they have in individually performed in many settings from duos to big bands.
Howard’s credits include:
The Paleolithic Jazz Quartet (PJQ), SoBo Jazz Quartet, Colorado Jazz Workshop, Jazz Port Townsend Participant Big Band, William and the Romantics,
UNC Greeley Jazz Festival
Doug’s credits include
The Peneplan Jazz Project, Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra, Colorado Jazz Workshop, Carnival Cruise Lines, Blue River Bistro – Breckenridge CO, Dazzle
Jazz, Broadmoor, Keystone and Denver Convention Centers, UNC Greeley Jazz Fest, Westin Hotel
For this project they are joined by bassist Greg Clough, Greg has his Bachelors in Music Ed. from Illinois State University and currently teaches elementary music in Denver Public Schools. He plays with the Colorado Jazz Workshop, the Arapahoe Philharmonic and Just a Girl, a “No Doubt” tribute band. In 2001 Howard and Doug produced a CD of guitar duets entitled “Bob, Blues and Bossa”, believing that the duo offers a format that is unique in music. It gives the player a level of freedom that is not possible in larger groups and provides the backing that is missing in solo performance. The opportunity for interaction and dialog can be remarkable. Whenever they are able to share it Howard and Doug revisit the joy of that duo experience. Here, the feature of an additional bass brings, depth and warmth.
Tips are appreciated and may be made online at:
PayPal: firstname.lastname@example.org, or Venmo: Howard Slavin@Howard-Slavin