Here’s a live performance of “Someday” by Dave and Michelle Deveaux as they promote the Dave Bass Sextet’s upcoming appearance at the Antiquite Maison Privee!
We all suffer setbacks in life. Consider the professional athlete with a multi-million-dollar contract. He seems to be on top of the world. Then pop goes the hamstring. While some injuries are career ending, others can be career altering…
Read more of this interview with CapRadio’s Gary Vercelli here: http://www.capradio.org/articles/2017/01/19/pianist-dave-bass-from-jazz-to-jurisprudence-and-back-again/
What can I say about the outstanding June 21, 2015 concert at Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco where three superb pianists – apparently for the first time – appeared together on stage. Chucho Valdez, Gonzalo Rubalcaba, and Michel Camilo spent the evening celebrating the intoxicating and eternally gorgeous music of Cuban composer Ernesto Lecuona. Continue reading →
Thanks to Marcus Crowder for the great write up! Continue reading →
“Madame Chaloff was the only person I’ve ever met who clearly was deeply in touch with something that went beyond the ordinary…many lessons never progressed beyond one note. I continue to aspire to that magical weightlessness. For her, music was always about connecting with something larger than yourself…”
–Dave’s wide-ranging interview with Eric Nemeyer
Jazz Inside, April 2015