Just take a leisurely walk down Ninth Street in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York, between Fourth and Fifth Avenues, past the Van Brunt Post Office, and the next thing you will see is a beautiful garden fronting a French Second Empire building which arouses in us feelings of history and music.
This is Slope Music at 271 9th Street, Brooklyn, New York, 11215, where you can take private music lessons. We teach jazz, classical, rock, and folk music on piano, guitar, bass, viola, trumpet, clarinet, sax, flute, recorder, violin, as well as voice lessons. Bands for all occasions are available for live performances at your venue; solo pianists and chamber music groups can be arranged.
For information about upcoming live music events by Slope Music teachers and affiliated musicians, click here.
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It's always a thrill for me to make music with this group.
Staten Island solo piano, Aug. 2
Staten Island solo piano
I'll be playing solo piano at the Lake Club in Clove Lake Park on Staten Island every Saturday night in September from 7-10:00.
I'll be playing solo piano at the Lake Club in Clove Lake Park on Staten Island this Saturday night, August 2, from 7-10:00.
2 gigs this w/e.
Saturday, June 21, 9:30-11:30pm at Korzo on 19th St. & 5th Ave. in the Park Slope section of Brooklyn, I'll be playing a grand piano with John DeCesare on bass It's a great restaurant, or you can just drink.
This Friday,5/30, I'll be accompanying a great jazz vocalist, Ken Bogan, at the Metrobaptist Church on the corner of 40st. and 9th Ave. in Manhattan. First set starts at 7pm. Not sure how late we'll be playing.
Jam session at Hope & Anchor,
Good food and no cover too!
I have 2 gigs this week with wonderful jazz singers.
32 Jones St. New York, NY 10014
The second gig is Sunday afternoon, 4/27, from 3:30-5-30pm with Ken Bogan, vocals, and Jon DeCesare, bass in Brooklyn at the James Davis Multicultural Museum of Peace.
If you have time and that sort of inclination, please come and listen to some standards, subject to my experiences and those of Charles Sibirsky, piano and Stephanie Grieg, bass.