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
Recently, I’ve had the pleasure of playing more in the Washington, DC area. I live about an hour to the west of DC and had been focusing my marketing on Loudoun County. Thanks to Google, I’ve been getting more calls from within the district. In fact, I’ve played in DC area three times this week.
Here’s a list of the gigs I’m playing in April, 2014. Hope to see you at one of my dates at Village Square. This is a bit of a shortened month due to traveling and other conflicts. Additionally, I don’t have as many public gigs because of various private events, fundraisers, and weddings. I should
I wear many musical hats. One is “cocktail pianist.” Recently, I watched a YouTube video where the presenter claimed to teach “cocktail piano.” He advised pianists to play simple, repetitive chord progressions for hours claiming now that they know to “add the seventh” to each chord, they had the secret. “Don’t worry if you’re not
Just for fun, I thought I’d count the dates I played in 2013. I played some memorable gigs and some that I’d forgotten until I looked at this list. I especially enjoyed being part of the Sunday afternoon concert series at the Barns of Rose Hill. The concerts at Westminster Canterbury and Bright Box were