World renowned guitarist and singer John Pizzarelli joins the KJO for our annual Valentine’s Day concert. Pizzarelli has been hailed by the Boston Globe for “reinvigorating the Great American Songbook and re popularizing jazz.” The Toronto Star pegged him as “the genial genius of the guitar.” And the Seattle Times saluted him as “a rare entertainer of the old school.” Established as one of the prime contemporary interpreters of the Great American Songbook, Pizzarelli has expanded that repertoire by including the music of Paul McCartney, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Tom Waits, Antnio Carlos Jobim and the Beatles. Sure to be the perfect Valentine’s treat for your special someone..
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