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Posted: Tuesday, October 10, 2017 2:41 PM


Adam Shulman Trio, Presented by San Francisco Performances

Wednesday, October 18, 6:30pm-8:30pm, San Francisco


Jazz pianist Adam Shulman returns to the Salon Series with San Francisco Performances for an evening of the Great American Songbook. Joining him are John Wiitala on bass and Lyle Link on alto saxophone.

Adam Shulman has been a staple of the San Francisco Jazz scene since he moved to the city in 2002. Before the move, Shulman was a student at UC Santa Cruz where he studied with the great pianist Smith Dobson and the trumpeter/arranger Ray Brown. He received his degree in classical performance under the tutelage of the Russian pianist Maria Ezerova.

In addition to leading his own groups, Shulman can also be seen as a sideman with countless bay area musicians and vocalists such as John Wiitala, Vince Lateano, Kitty Margolis, Andrew Speight, Dayna Stephens, Erik Jekabson, Gary Brown, Patrick Wolff, Faye Carrol, Ian Cary, and Mike Zilber among many others.

Shulman has played as a sideman with internationally renowned artists Stefon Harris, Willie Jones III, Miguel Zenon, Mark Murphy, Alan Harris, Luciana Souza, Paula West, Ratzo Harris, Larry Coryell, Sean Jones, Grant Stewart, Bobby Hutcherson and with the Glen Miller Orchestra.

Wednesday, October 18

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562 Sutter Street
San Francisco, CA, 94102


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About San Francisco Performances:
Since 1979, San Francisco Performances has been a pioneer in the Bay Area by introducing hundreds of classical music, jazz and contemporary dance artists to Bay Area audiences. With a strong curatorial voice and adventurous programming, San Francisco Performances presents the world's finest in music and dance, connecting audiences with artists in intimate settings.

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