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THE ART OF THE LATIN JAZZ DUET
Instrumental jazz duet performances are a unique experience, one which transports the audience into a more intimate setting, and allows close introspection into the artists’ inner creativity. Arguably, no other duo has better defined the magic of the piano and vibraphone jazz duet more than Chick Corea and Gary Burton. They paved the way for this new format, enabling newer generations to express themselves creatively.
Join Francesco Crosara and Dan Duval in a special piano & vibraphone duet performance. Travel through original compositions, Jazz and Latin standards, Brazilian rhythms, Blues
FRANCESCO CROSARA (piano) – Born in Milan, Italy, Francesco is a jazz pianist and composer who has played at festivals and venues across the USA, Japan, Canada, Mexico, and Europe. He has performed with Lionel Hampton, Freddie Hubbard, Roy Hargrove, Richie Cole, Ira Sullivan, Mark Lewis, and more. He has produced 6 CDs, featuring guest artists such as Von Freeman and Lilian Terry.
DAN DUVAL (vibraphone) – Dan studied music at Mt. Hood Community College Western Washington University. He has performed with Marc Seals, Scott Reeves, Dave Peterson, Rich Cole, Michael Powers, Milo Petersen, Clipper Anderson, Mark Ivester, Mark Lewis and more. Dan is the leader of the Good Vibes Quartet, whose first CD Badlands Express was released in winter 2017.
CASA MEXICO, 1918 NE Poulsbo Ave, Keyport, WA 98345, Tel. 360-598-2727
Find out more about Dan Duval: www.danduvalvibes.com
Francesco Crosara & Jazz Impressions Quartet
Benefit Concert at Admiral Theatre, Bremerton, WA – October 7, 2017
Featuring Jeff Winslow (sax, clarinet, and flute), Derick Polk (acoustic bass), and Glenn Young (drums).
Benefit gala for the Bremerton Central Lions Club & Charitable Foundation – 30th Annual Dinner & Auction. Focus of this year’s event is on the job skills program for homeless youth provided by Bremerton’s The Coffee Oasis HOPE Inc. Program.
Francesco performing with Mark Lewis on sax and Derick Polk on bass at Casa Mexico, February 17, 2017. Photo by Julia Crosara.