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Bungalow Jazz Concert July 11th with Jazz Pianist Bill Dobbins

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by Mark Subel on July 7, 2010

The next Bungalow jazz concert is scheduled for this Sunday, July 11th at 7pm and features jazz pianist, Bill Dobbins.

Bill Dobbins is currently Professor of Jazz Studies and Contemporary Media at the Eastman School of Music, where he also directs the award winning Eastman Jazz Ensemble and Eastman Studio Orchestra. He teaches jazz composing and arranging courses, graduate jazz pedagogy & special doctoral music history courses, and gives applied lessons to jazz writing majors.

As a pianist he has performed with classical orchestras and chamber ensembles under the direction of Pierre Boulez, Lukas Foss and Louis Lane, and has performed and recorded with such jazz artists as Clark Terry, Al Cohn, Red Mitchell, Phil Woods, Bill Goodwin, Dave Liebman, John Marshall, John Goldsby and Peter Erskine.

Advance Music publishes Dobbins’ compositions and arrangements for big band, chamber music combinations and solo piano. Jazz education programs worldwide have adopted his volumes of classic jazz piano transcriptions and jazz textbooks for se in their courses.

Show Details & Information

Sunday, July 11, 7:00 pm

Jazz Pianist, Bill Dobbins
with Chris Berg, Bass
Jim Rupp, Drums

suggested donation: $20
BYOB

Reservations

Make reservations with Shirley at FJO Mondays
or at bungalowjazz.com
or msrebecca@sbcglobal.net
or call Becky at 614-397-5540

Directions:

2539 East Fifth Ave. but access the driveway from 2539 Margaret
west off of Cassady Ave. (north of Bexley)
one block east of I 670 on E. 5th, right on Northview,
right on Margaret, just past Drexel.
(For GPS, use 2539 Margaret Street.)

Bungalow concerts are jazz parties hosted by Becky Ogden. It is BYOB and also feel free to contribute to the light snack grazing. Soft drinks and coffee provid

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