New CD: Grant Levin Trio, Live in California – Grant Levin, Greg D’augelli & Lew Langworthy
This is a classic and modern jazz standards with a fresh interpretation by a contemporary piano trio.
When listening to this live recording, one can clearly hear the joy and warmth between the musicians and the audience. The pieces of music presented are personal favorites of each member of the trio. The three of them have had a close musical friendship for over a decade. From 2006-2009 Levin and D’Augelli were colleagues in the music department at Chico State University. During this time they would frequently call upon Langworthy to join their ensemble on gigs. This concert in 2018 marks a very happy reunion for the trio.
The record is available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify.
Enjoy the first track “Con Alma (live)” from the new record here:
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Thank you all for your continued support and for being a wonderful audience!
Special thanks to all the locations were Grant Levin has been featured, among others: Bird & Beckett Books, Noise, Black Cat, Empress Theatre, The Sound Room, Local Edition, Comstock Saloon, Sheba Piano Lounge, Le Colonial SF, Cafe Stritch , San Francisco Conservatory of Music and last but not least SFJAZZ.
See you soon again.
All the very best!
Team Grant Levin
Cafe Pink House Concert on Video
Grant Levin joined the Jemal Ramirez Group – JRQuartet – on stage at Cafe Pink House in Saratoga, March 23 and 24. Two wonderful concerts, featuring world renowned saxophonist Dayna Stephens.
Luckily, seven of the tunes were recorded Continue reading
A gift to you, on Spotify
Grant Levins CD with original compositions, released just a year ago is available on the free music streaming platform Spotify.
“Inter Umtrumque” is an all original composition compilation in a contemporary piano trio setting, from between the years of 2001 and 2008. Inter Umtrumque, which is latin, means “between two extremes”. Continue reading
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