I’m taking over Lightfoot Restaurant for the month of February. Seriously, folks, I’m taking over! First, I’ll be there on Valentine’s Day with my trio. (Make your reservation now, 703-771-2233.) Then I’ll be there five other dates. Sometimes solo, sometimes duo, sometimes trio. Here the list: Friday, 5th, 6-10pm — trio with Lydia Lewis on
Join me at V2 to ring in the New Year. I’ll be playing solo piano from 6-10. At 10pm Lydia Lewis (drums) and Kevin Johnson (bass) join me to ring in the New Year! Find out more about Village Square and V2 Piano Bar at villagesquarerestaurant.com. 103 N Loudoun St Winchester, VA 22601 540-667-8961 facebook.com/events/1521884068130797
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Here are my dates for December 2015. 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. DEC 01 Solo Piano | Private Event Glen Burnie Winchester,
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:
So you’re planning a party and wondering, Should I book a trio? Or a duo? Should it be a piano/sax trio? Or a piano/bass trio? What does an upright bass add to the sound of a piano and saxophone together? I have answers to your questions! For this little exercise, we’ve taken the head of
A couple of weeks ago I played a gig at the Engineers Club in Baltimore. (See photos from that gig here.) Teresa, the very kind and very cool bride left this review: “Caleb was a pleasure to work with. He played the piano for our wedding ceremony and put together a trio for our cocktail
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!
On the Saturday night of Apple Blossom I had a chance to play at The Cajun Experience, the new restaurant in the first two floors of the rebuilt Taylor Hotel in downtown Winchester. The Cajun Experience promises gumbo, crawfish, drinks and live music. I played there are part of a trio featuring Lydia Lewis on
…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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