School’s out and summer begins! Two Lightfoot dates this month. To be sure you have the most recent and complete information, double-check my Facebook events page facebook.com/calebneijazz/events. If you’re finding this page after these dates have passed, visit my calendar here: calebneijazz.com/calendar. JUN 9 Solo Piano | Jazz Standards Today 6 PM Lightfoot Restaurant Leesburg,
My gigging life documented in images. Follow me on Instagram at instagram.com/calebneijazz. Waiting for tonight's trio concert at The Woodlands Retirement Community. A photo posted by Caleb, a DC Area Jazz Pianist (@calebneijazz) on Nov 1, 2016 at 4:23pm PDT A photo posted by Caleb, a DC Area Jazz Pianist (@calebneijazz) on Nov 14, 2016
Last weekend I got to play for a birthday party in one of the conference rooms in the Supreme Court building. I’ve played in a lot of really great venues in Washington, DC, but so far this was the most august. They have a perfect Steinway B that made the entire evening a joy. (The
Here are a few photos from my beautiful gig at Belmont Country Club in Ashburn on Saturday. A photo posted by Caleb, a DC Area Jazz Pianist (@calebneijazz) on Sep 18, 2016 at 2:53pm PDT A photo posted by Caleb, a DC Area Jazz Pianist (@calebneijazz) on Sep 18, 2016 at 2:52pm PDT A photo
I’m grateful to be part of the Lord & Taylor Charity Day supporting Habitat for Humanity. On Saturday, April 30 I’ll be playing solo piano jazz at the Lord & Taylor store at Fair Oaks Mall from 5-9. Purchase a $5 ticket and you’ll get 30% off two regular or sale-priced items of your choice.
On Tuesday I played for the celebration event marking the return of the 7-foot burled walnut Broadwood and Songs grand piano to the Glen Burnie House in Winchester. The piano, at 150 years old has been refurbished a couple of times, this time, the repairs took a year-and-a-half. A photo posted by Caleb, a DC
On Tuesday I played for a dinner at the Freer Gallery of Art in DC. Piano, upright bass and sax. What a great venue! We played right outside the Peacock room. For a fascinating history of the Peacock Room check out this presentation by the Google Cultural Institute. Here are of artwork at the gallery:
I had a chance to play for the National Jazz Workshop last week. It’s a cool training event for about 100 high school students from all over the east coast. Get more info about the NJW here: nationaljazzworkshop.org.
On Saturday the trio provided music for the cocktail hour at the Engineers Club of Baltimore. Additionally, I provided solo piano music for the ceremony itself including Pearl Jam’s “Just Breathe” as the processional and Stevie Wonder’s “Signed, Sealed, Delivered” as the recessional. What a very cool place!
Last Wednesday I played for an event at the National Portrait Gallery for Andy Kushner Entertainment. Here are a few photos from that event: Photos courtesy of Kaveh Sardari.