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New PAJA Board member Teresa Anthony, who sings under the nom de chanson Teresa Bleux, will perform with the Denny Berthiaume Trio at Angelica’s Bistro in Redwood City on Tuesday night, March 8, from 7:15 to 8:15pm. We’re getting a group of PAJAns together to attend and support “our” Teresa.  To buy tickets and to get more information about the performers: www.angelicasllc.com, and click on Calendar.

Teresa Bleux.. Denny Berthiaume Trio

Important: Be sure to purchase tickets for “Bell Stage Main Dining Room—6:30 Premier Table Seating. For $15 you’ll be seated center stage with our group. There are a limited number of these seats, so don’t wait too long to buy your ticket.  Angelica’s serves pretty decent food, too, so feel free to reserve for dinner too. (There will be a second show featuring vocalist John Sylvester.)


BIG BAND BASH AN AUDIENCE PLEASER

All photos by Andy NozakaThe Band
The Band

The Montclair Women’s Big Band strutted its stuff at PAJA’s winter concert on January 9 at the Menlo-Atherton High School’s beautiful Center For The Performing Arts. Led by trumpeter Ellen Seeling and saxophonist Jean Fineberg, the band was in fine form as it sizzled its way through such swing/jazz classics as In the Mood, Caravan, and a high-energy closing rendition of Sing Sing Sing. Other highlights were arrangements of Joe Henderson’s “Recordame” and Stanley Turrentine’s “Sugar.”

Jean Fineberg. Ellen Seeling and Jean Fineberg
Jean Fineberg ...........On On reeds, Jean Fineberg and Mad Duran

The magnificent Bay Area vocalist Kenny Washington joined the band for four tribute songs to Frank Sinatra and Billie Holiday, including “Good Morning Heartache” and “God Bless The Child”.

Kenny Washington.Harvey Mitler
........Vocalist Kenny Washington .............................PAJA Event Chair Harvey Mittler
..............................................................................introduces the band

Montclair Women's Band
The fine sax section

Proceeds from PAJA concerts go to support jazz education and appreciation on the Peninsula.

PAJA is a nonprofit, all-volunteer organization dedicated to the promotion of jazz and jazz education.


PHOTOS FROM PAJA MEMBER PARTY
SEPTEMBER 27, 2015

PAJA Member Party Sept 27 2015

Photo by Karl Robinson
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PHOTOS FROM CHARLES McPHERSON
JUNE 5, 2015 CONCERT

Charles McPherson
Photo by Dick Mayer
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The Jazz Periscope
Recommended gigs for January and February 2016

 

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