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Coming Up Next at Calliope @ St. Alban’s
Sunday, September 19th at 4 p.m
Peter Barshay Jazz Trio
with Peter Barshay on bass; Matt Clark on piano;
Mark Ferber on drums

Tickets $15-$25 on Eventbrite

The Peter Barshay Trio will be grooving with original music and fresh takes on the classics LIVE and IN-PERSON (or live-streamed if you prefer) in our stunning Parish Hall venue on Sunday, September 19th at 4 p.m.The Peter Barshay Trio is an ensemble made up of three acclaimed and supremely experienced jazz musicians: bassist Peter Barshay, pianist Matt Clark, and drummer Mark Ferber. Among them, they have decades of professional experience in places ranging from New York to Paris, Toronto to Tokyo, and Boston to Berlin, working with some of the greatest jazz musicians of the past 40 years.
For this show, they will be playing a variety of original compositions, along with original arrangements, and original takes on some of the myriad incredible compositions from the jazz repertoire. This trio has a deep affection for the timeless classics of jazz composition, and original approaches to interpreting them.


Proof of full vaccination is required to attend, a properly-worn mask is required at all times, and the venue will be sold to just 50% capacity. All artists and staff are fully vaccinated AND will be masked throughout the show.

This show is part of our Third Sunday Concert Series, founded by noted flautist Jane Lenoir (who has passed the torch on to Calliope!) now in its fourth fabulous year. We are committed to bringing you the best music available, in a safe, intimate and comfortable setting, and to paying all of our artists a fair wage. Your support directly helps keep music – and musicians – alive, right here! Thank you for helping us keep the torch lit.


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Live music, sweet and savory treats, plus baked goods and works by local artists for sale


Special Third Sunday Event:

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We are so grateful for our community sponsors of this event:

Albany Community Foundation

Congregation Netivot Shalom

North Berkeley Investment Partners

Roland Feller Violin-Makers

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