Master Jazz Guitarist Jimmy Bruno Announces His Own Virtual Jazz Cafe To Bring High Quality Live Performance To The Internet
As music venues close and musicians are less likely to travel all over the United States due to tough economic times, Master Jazz guitarist and educator Jimmy Bruno is creating his own Virtual Jazz Cafe. This project will present live jazz in an intimate setting over the internet for little or no cost to people around the world. Jimmy Bruno's Virtual Jazz Cafe has no intention of replacing the live Jazz performance, but aims to expand audiences, make live jazz accessible over the internet, and offer a close look into what happens on stage.
The first performance will be filmed on Sunday, January 24th at Kitchen Bar in Abington, PA. Jimmy Bruno, Bill Schilling (organ), and Mike DeMonte (drums) will play to a very small audience of 30 invited guests. Jimmy Bruno's Virtual Jazz Cafe will eventually be a monthly program including many performers, some of whom will play with Jimmy and others will be featured with their own groups.
Once it is edited, the high quality video will be offered as an educational tool at the Jimmy Bruno Guitar Institute online as well as most internet video outlets and social networking sites. The launch date is expected to be early February.
There are a few seats for the January performance available for the media. Please direct all inquiries to Emily Lichter at public emily (see below for contact info).
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