Parlour Jazz Series featuring Steve Smith (bass) and Dan Reynolds (piano)
Roedde House Museum’s Jazz Series has gone online for the first time! Our monthly jazz concerts, always hosted in our historic 1893 parlour, have been on hold since COVID, but thanks to a Community Arts Grant from the City of Vancouver and donations from our jazz fans, we are able to get the series going again with online concerts. To help support our local artists and keep the series going, you can donate here: https://www.canadahelps.org/en/charities/roedde-house-preservation-society/
This concert was filmed at the end of February 2021 and features original compositions by Steve Smith, performed by Steve Smith (bass) and Dan Reynolds (piano). Sit back and enjoy this recording from our Victorian parlour!Read more
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About Steve Smith:
In the past three decades, Steve Lloyd Smith has written over 100 songs including 14 suites. He has recorded with some of the best musicians in New York (Richie Beirach, Billy Hart, Adam Rogers, Clarence Penn, Taylor Eigsti, Eric Harland), and Vancouver (Chris Gestrin, Dave Sikula, Joe Poole, Dave Say, Lisa Cay Miller, Dylan van der Schyff). He has performed at Roedde House a number of times, including most recently with the wonderful tap dancer Andrew Nemr. Steve has been busy writing, performing and recording with his quintet Five, called “one of the most vibrant bands on the burgeoning Vancouver jazz scene,” and now his latest project, Steps, featuring some of the finest players in our city.
About Dan Reynolds:
Dan Reynolds is the Roedde House Museum Artistic Director. He has played in the McGill Jazz Orchestra and worked alongside guest artists such as Phil Dwyer, John Taylor, Joe Lovano, Ben Monder, Jim McNeely and Tim Ries. While studying under Jan Jarczyk he began to play and study classical music, especially the music of J.S. Bach, Bartok, Chopin and Debussy. Dan has performed across Canada, giving concerts at the Montreal International Jazz Festival, the Edmonton Jazz Festival, the National Arts Centre in Ottawa and the Banff Centre for the Arts. He is based in Vancouver where he keeps busy teaching, writing, performing and collaborating with many different artists.