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Quartet at the Barns of Rose Hill July 25th

Barns of Rose Hill Berryville, VA Caleb Nei and his quartet bring a program of jazz standards and a few original tunes including tunes from the Golden Age of jazz such as “They Can’t Take That Away From Me” and “Don’t Get Around Much Anymore” as well as original compositions. Date & Time: Saturday, July

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New Review

…professional and personable and it was a pleasure to work with him. See the rest of the review at gigsalad.com/caleb_nei_jazz_leesburg/feedback. If you’re thinking of booking solo piano, or even a duo, trio, or quartet, read what other have said about their experiences. I’ve had great experiences at some recent gigs, and am glad to hear

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Need To Fill Out A Contract?

Are you booking jazz for your upcoming event? Let me know about all of the details so I can fill out the contract and get right back with you. Navigate to calebneijazz.com/submit-contract-info to get started.

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Westminster-Canterbury Review 2013

A recent review for a concert we played at Westminster-Canterbury in Winchester. Thanks to Bob Sherwood for both booking the concert and for these kinds words: “Caleb’s love and mastery of the jazz keyboard catches fire as the quartet takes off. Doug Harrison’s amazingly sweet tenor sax embroiders the tunes Caleb launches. Together they tangle

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Bistro Concert Series At Westminster-Canterbury

On Friday, November 15th I’ll be with a quartet at Westminster-Canterbury in Winchester as part of their ongoing Bistro Concert Series. We’ll be playing jazz standards from four decades. Friday, November 15, 2013 7:30-9:30 The Bistro at Westminster-Canterbury The public is invited $10 Sponsored by BB&T svwc.org/bistroconcerts Here’s the lineup: Caleb Nei, piano Doug Harrison,

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Jazz For Your Loudoun County Wedding

Planning your Loudoun County wedding? Hi! I’m Caleb. I’d love to provide some classy aural atmosphere for your wedding. Jazz piano is the perfect compliment to your special day. Cocktails before dinner? Wedding reception? Rehearsal dinner? Jazz during dinner before the DJ starts? Solo piano is excellent. A duo is better. A trio is better

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