The James Bazen Project April 11 in Fredericksburg
By Susan Larson
The James Bazen Project performs Saturday, April 11, at the Cabaret at Fredericksburg Square, 525 Caroline St., Fredericksburg. Dinner seating begins at 6 p.m., followed by the jazz quartet’s performance at 8 p.m.
Woodwind specialist, composer and producer James Bazen has played clubs and concerts across the country. His jazz quartet includes himself on soprano saxophone and woodwinds; Steve Dorman with piano and vocals; Scott Giambusso on bass and George Jones on drums.
A typical performance includes jazz classics and unique interpretations of pop music from the the 60’s through the decades to today’s hits. “We like to do things just a little bit different for our
listeners,” Bazen said. The group enjoys taking a traditional jazz tune or pop song and playing it with a different sound.
Tickets are $50 each, and must be purchased in advance. Call 540-373-9601.
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