I don’t know if 2.12.2012 has special numerological significance, but it promises to be a remarkable date in creative improvised music . . .
A large claim, you say.
But when pianist Michael Kanan and guitarist Peter Bernstein announce that they will be creating music in Michael’s quiet new Drawing Room studio in Brooklyn, that’s special — an event to make people change their original plans, as I did.
The studio, called “The Drawing Room,” is located at 70 Willoughby Street #2A, Brooklyn, New York
Michael writes, “This will be our third duo performance. We’ll improvise together on standards and jazz tunes. The Drawing Room (with its exceptional Steinway grand) is the perfect listening room to hear an intimate performance like this.”
The Drawing Room is easily accessible by the A, C, F, B, Q, R, 2, 3, 4, and 5 trains: less than 30 minutes from midtown Manhattan. For information/directions, contact Michael Kanan on Facebook, or at firstname.lastname@example.org
For those who have never heard Michael and Peter improvise, I offer one performance captured by my camera at Smalls Jazz Club on March 31, 2011 — LULLABY OF THE LEAVES: