Jazz Forum's Blog: Live At The Club
Enter the "Live at the Club" blog! Every weekend, Jazz Forum Arts board member Salina Le Bris sits down with Jazz Forum's performing artists to ask three questions: How did you come to play your instrument? What do you want to say to your fans? What are your thoughts about the Jazz Forum? Salina shares what she learns here, in this new blog.
Just as Jazz Forum offers an intimate club environment where you can truly "experience" the musicians who perform here, the "Live at the Club" interview series offers exclusive "gems" from the performers to help you get to know them a little bit better. We hope you enjoy this ongoing series!
"I had a couple of older sisters who were taking lessons and my mother said that I was trying to get up on the piano bench to imitate them. So I began lessons when I was three. I don't actually remember a time when I didn't play."
"I started playing trumpet in the fourth grade. My elementary school band director, Diane Kneelers, gave me my first jazz CD in the fourth grade -- it was a Lee Morgan record. I took it home, listened to it, and my mind was blown."