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The Washington Platform presents

An Evening with Grammy-winning Pianist Bill Cunliffe

Sunday, November 15, 2015 7pm
Grammy Winning Pianist Bill Cunliffe
RSVP by November 7th!
Requests for specific seats cannot be honored.
Seating begins at 6pm.
Full bar and Washington Platform menu available!

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Admission is CASH Only.  Pay at door.  Cannot be added to tab.

General seating - $15 per person
Seniors - $10
Students (with Student ID) - $10

Two set concert will feature Bill Cunliffe, piano; Steve Hoskins, saxophone and flute;
Michael Sharfe, acoustic bass; Art Gore, drums

Jazz pianist, composer and Grammy-winning arranger Bill Cunliffe is known for his swinging and lyrical pianism and for his agility and inventiveness in melding jazz with the classical and pop genres. He performs around the world as a leader and sideman as well as a soloist with symphony orchestras.
Cunliffe was the 1989 winner of the Thelonious Monk International Piano Competition. He is a professor of music at Cal State Fullerton and also teaches at the Vail Jazz Workshop and the Skidmore Jazz Institute.
His recent recordings include the trio album “River Edge, New Jersey” (Azica, 2013) and his solo-piano take on traditional Christmas tunes, “That Time of Year” (Metre, 2011), described as a “tour de force” in the Los Angeles Times. Cunliffe received a Grammy for Best Instrumental Arrangement for his “West Side Story Medley,” on the album “Resonance Big Band Plays Tribute to Oscar Peterson” (Resonance, 2009). His four other Grammy-nominated works include his concerto for trumpet and orchestra, “fourth stream … La Banda,” performed by Terell Stafford as soloist with the Temple University Symphony Orchestra (BCM+D, 2010).

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