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Campbell’s Jazz Soup

$25.00

Sunday, March 17, 2024 @ 7:00 p.m.
Berger Center. Theater seating. Tickets $25.

Reservation Options: Individual ticket(s)

A fun blend of 1920s, 30s, 40s, and 50s jazz and swing. Tap along to vibrant instrumentation and vocals ranging from As Time Goes By, to Mack The Knife, and On The Sunny Side Of The Street. A bay area favorite for feel good music set to crazy good rhythm.

Multitalented leader, Brian Campbell, comes to us with a background in jazz, blues, Dixieland, swing, big band, classical, and more. Currently, you’ll find him playing with Jazz Soup, Keys & Reeds, and the Brian Campbell Jazz Band on both clarinet and saxophone, with vocals on the side.

Fellow Jazz Soup players are equally noteworthy, with musical pedigrees stretching back through decades of the Bay Area music scene. Instrumentation includes Ken Brightman on guitar, Greg Dunn on upright bass, Bob Schulz and Andrew Storer on trumpet, Noam Eisen and Michael McIntosh on piano, and Hugh O’Donell on drums.

Music lovers will enjoy both mellow background jazz that swoons listeners with soft tunes, and upbeat swing numbers that make it hard to keep your feet still. Please join us for an evening to remember.