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Larry Fuller Trio at Blue Bamboo Center For The Arts

Where

Blue Bamboo Center For The Arts
1905 Kentucky Avenue
Winter Park, FL

When

Thu, September 14, 2017
8:00 pm

Add to Calendar 2017-09-14 8:00 pm 2017-09-14 Larry Fuller Trio at Blue Bamboo Center For The Arts "In his amazing gossamer piano solos he sprinkles stardust on whatever song he plays, you hold your breath in wonder."
~ The New York Times

“Fuller’s polished technique stems from two of his main influences, Oscar Peterson and Phineas Newborn, Jr., to which is added the blues acumen of a Gene Harris and the swinging drive of a Monty Alexander.”
~ JazzTimes


From bop to swing to stride, Larry Fuller - direct from New York City - is known by critics to "swings like a beast". His stunning command at the keyboard assured him the job as bass legend Ray Brown's last pianist, Ernestine Anderson's musical director and pianist, pianist with Jeff Hamilton's Trio and John Pizzarelli's Quartet.

Today, Fuller leads his own trio, receiving consistent praise for his versatile, super-swinging performances.
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Tickets

$20

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"In his amazing gossamer piano solos he sprinkles stardust on whatever song he plays, you hold your breath in wonder."
~ The New York Times

“Fuller’s polished technique stems from two of his main influences, Oscar Peterson and Phineas Newborn, Jr., to which is added the blues acumen of a Gene Harris and the swinging drive of a Monty Alexander.”
~ JazzTimes


From bop to swing to stride, Larry Fuller - direct from New York City - is known by critics to "swings like a beast". His stunning command at the keyboard assured him the job as bass legend Ray Brown's last pianist, Ernestine Anderson's musical director and pianist, pianist with Jeff Hamilton's Trio and John Pizzarelli's Quartet....

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Jane E Fuller uploaded this event on February 11, 2017

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