On 30, Apr 2014 | In Jazz | By Leigh
Esto Jazz is a contemporary Jazz group led by Saxophonist Bob Esterle, who has been performing and recording throughout Northeast Ohio since 1984. Esto Jazz is a group of musicians who enjoy playing a variety of good music especially Contemporary Jazz, Instrumental Pop, Swing and Latin styles.
On 30, Jul 2014 | In Jazz | By Leigh
Joe Hunter & Dallas Coffey are two solids in the Cleveland jazz scene whose names speak for themselves. They’ve been providing polished, toe tapping background, dinner and cocktail music for Cleveland Music Group clients for over a decade.
On 13, Aug 2014 | In Jazz | By Leigh
PRIVATE EVENT is a jazz group led by veteran saxophonist Dave Sterner with 20+ years experience performing, recording and leading musical groups throughout the region. The group performs a wide variety of musical styles, including swing, ballads, Latin jazz and holiday favorites. Its repertoire comes from the American Song Book and includes familiar songs made famous by such legendary crooners as Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, and Louis Armstrong, as well as, artists such as Norah Jones, Stevie Wonder, and The Beatles.
The group performs as a quartet, but can be reduced to a trio or duo depending on space, budget and volume concerns. The group’s demo recording includes a version of “Isn’t She Lovely” that starts as a quartet and ends as a duo to demonstrate what the group sounds like with fewer musicians.
On 20, Aug 2014 | In Jazz | By Leigh
Laura Varcho is a dynamic vocalist specializing in brilliant interpretations of select jazz and popular standards. An accomplished vocalist, she brings glamour, sophistication and elegance to each performance. Laura is a versatile performer, captivating audiences whether singing with a full band or just piano. Her music has both enhanced special occasions and headlined them, from intimate dinners and weddings to larger fundraisers and festivals.
On 22, Apr 2015 | In Jazz | By Leigh
Hot Djang! is an acoustic jazz quintet featuring violin, clarinet, acoustic guitars and upright bass. Their inspiration comes from the style of jazz made popular in Paris during the 1930s known as “Gypsy Jazz.” In addition, they play jazz and swing standards from the American Songbook.