JAZZ IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD: Epicenter

On Friday July 12th, 2013 please join us for a very special jazz evening, featuring Epicenter, with Jon Herbst on piano, Bruce Mishkit on woodwinds, Greg Reginato on guitar, Andy Dillard on drums, and Terry Miller on bass. Epicenter

Epicenter has just finished recording their second CD, “In Search of Blue”, which features ten original jazz compositions rooted in the bebop and post-bop tradition. You can listen to a host of audio samples here and watch a beautiful video right here.

This event is part of The Emerald Tablet’s monthly collaboration with Jazz in the Neighborhood. The Bay Area is home to many incredible jazz musicians who’ve devoted their lives to developing their craft and attaining the highest artistic levels. Jazz in the Neighborhood is an important step towards creating an environment where these accomplished professionals can nurture a great American art form in dignity and respect, while delighting audiences of all ages. Leah Wollenberg and Julia HerbstThe Emerald Tablet is proud to provide its resources, on a regular basis, to help this dream to become a reality. Please join us every second Friday and be part of a grassroots jazz revolution!

The evening will open up with a performance by two talented Oberlin Conservatory students, Julia Herbst (bass) and Leah Wollenberg (violin), playing a few blues-influenced jazz tunes (you can check them both out here).

JAZZ IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD: Epicenter
Friday July 12th 2013 (Second Fridays). 7:15 pm doors, 8 pm show.
The Emerald Tablet, 80 Fresno St, San Francisco, CA 94133 (map)
$5-10 suggested donation, sliding scale. Nobody turned away for lack of funds.
All door donations go to the musicians! Delicious complimentary food. Drinks by donation.

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