Come enjoy new music created by Matt Savage, the Temple Shalom Shabbat Halleilu Band’s extraordinary pianist and arranger! Matt, 26, has had a 17-year professional career as a jazz musician, bandleader and composer. He has played throughout the world with ensembles of different sizes as well as many jazz greats, and he has recorded 13 albums as leader and one as collaborator.
Matt’s ensemble consists of Matt Savage, piano, keyboard; Aaron Gratzmiller, tenor sax and soprano sax; Javier Rosario, guitar; James Heazlewood-Dale, bass; Zachary King, drums; and Robbie Pate, vocals.
This music is featured in Matt’s newest album, “Splash Variations,” which can be found on his website.
Refreshments will be served. Please join us to immerse yourselves in Matt’s new musical project.+ More... - Less...
175 Temple St
Newton, MA 02465
$12.00 at the door
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