Welcome to Slope Music: Music in Park Slope

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.

For more information about the school, click here.

To set up a free evaluation with the Music Director, Charles Sibirsky call (718)768-3804 or email: slopemusic@gmail.com.

April 26 GIG Alert

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.
I am honored that all y'all have chosen to stay on this mailing list - it is a magnanimous boost to have your support!
no cover, lots of tips for the band
26th April (Saturday) Cafe Vivaldi - 9:30pm-11:00pm
32 Jones Street
212-691-7538

live jazz, Mar 22

Ken Bogan and I will be appearing at Somethin' once again.
This time he'll be sharing the stage with another incredible vocalist, Niranjana Shankar.
Steve Ascolese will be playing string bass.

We're looking to have a great evening of music.
All we need is your ears.
Come out.
Saturday, Mar, 22 from 9-10:45pm.
$10 cover

Weds., 2/5 @ Hope&Anchor

Wednesday, Feb 5, 7:30-10:30 @ Hope and Anchor 347 Van Brunt Street, Red Hook, Brooklyn.
Ray Scro, baritone sax
Charles Sibirsky, electric piano
Steve Ascolese, bass
Robert Weiss, drums
Come by and sit in or just listen and
enjoy.
Good food. Good company.
We always have a good time.
seeyathen,
Charles

Every Friday@Brooks 1890

Every Friday, starting Feb.21,2014, pianist Charles Sibirsky and various bassists will be hosting a jazz open mic for singers and other instrumentalists at "Brooks 1890" restaurant - 24-28 Jackson Ave. in Long Island City, Queens, from 7pm till 10 pm. Jon DeCesare will be back on the gig soon.
The restaurant has an late 19th century
atmosphere and serves Italian American fare; it also has a great bar.
It is accessible from the E,G,M and 7 trains to
the Court Square stop. Come and join us!

It is accessible from the E,G,M and 7 trains to
the Court Square stop. Come and join us!

2 gigs this week:

Thursday night, Mar 28, 7-11:30pm
Danny Weller, bass and Charles Sibirsky, piano will be appearing at Sofia's Restaurant.

Sofias’ is on W. 46th St. between 7th/8th Aves. in Manhattan.

There’s no cover and always an interesting crowd at the bar.
Sitting in is encouraged after 10pm.

To all the singers and players and especially fans out there-

Help keep live jazz live!!!

I have 3 gigs this week. Two are open to the public. We need your ears. Hope to see you there.
Charles

The jam session continues this Wednesday Evening (3/20),7:30-10:30pm, at
Hope & Anchor, 347 Van
Brunt Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231, (3 blocks from Fairway
Market, B61 Bus to Wolcott St.) This week will feature
Ray Scro-baritone sax, Charles Sibirsky-piano,
Steve Ascolese -bass,Robert Weiss-drums.
Great food, desserts, drinks.If you're a player or singer, come and sit-in.
No cover charge.

Peekskill Jazz,Saturday, Mar. 16

I'll be playing solo piano this Saturday night, March 16, 7:30-10:30pm, at the Division Street Grill, 26 N. Division St., in Peekskill, New York.
There's no cover charge. Great food and drinks available too.
Charles Sibirsky

Sofia's Restaurant Feb 16

Saturday, Feb. 16th, from 7-11:30pm, I’ll be back at Sofia’s Restaurant at
221 West 46th Street, Manhattan,New York.
No cover!

I'll be playing with the fabulous Stephanie Grieg on the bass.
The best place to listen is at the bar, a very friendly bar.
Come check us out.
We need your ears!!!

Hope&Anchor Weds;Feb6

Come on down to Hope and Anchor, 347 Van Brunt Street, Redhook Brooklyn, this Wednesday,2/6 from 7:30-10:30pm.
Charles Sibirsky, piano: Robert Weiss, drums; Ray Scro, baritone sax; and Steve Ascolese on bass. All are welcome to sit in or just listen and enjoy. Good food too! No cover!

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