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John Pizzarelli says he’s
nothing less than perfect.
Rich and Satisfying when he's ballideering, mind blowing when he's cooking.
Rhythmic edge and endless ideas says
Martin Gayford of the
comes to Toronto October 21, 2017
Mark your calendarsfor JPEC's concert featuring Harry Allen's All Star New York Saxophone Band. October 21, Toronto Centre for the Arts.
Last month, the U.K.’s Jazz Journal said Harry Allen put forth a full, rounded sound on tenor reflects the influence of an earlier generation of performers such as Ben Webster, Stan Getz, Buddy Tate, Paul Gonsalves, Lester Young and Scott Hamilton (see full article under Events).
Other people have given similar praise. John Pizzarelli said Allen is nothing less than perfect. Martin Gayford of the Daily Telegram said said Allen offers rhythmic edge and and an endless flow of ideas. And Martin Richards of Jazz Journal said said Allen’s all star band is led by the the man who is rich and satisfying when he's balladeering, mind blowing when he's cooking.
JPEC Featured in Canadian Musician MagazineJPEC sets up music programs in schools in high needs and under-serviced areas…
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