Queen City Vintage Vibe
Queen City Vintage Vibe

Phil DeGreg
Phil DeGreg

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Queen City Vintage Vibe
Queen City Vintage Vibe

Sunday, February 6, 2022 | 2pm | First Unitarian Church (536 Linton St, Cincinnati, OH 45219)

JAZZ@FIRST: Queen City Vintage Vibe: Sally + Joe Lukasik

Longtime friends and collaborators, pianist Phil DeGreg, trumpeter Sally Lukasik and clarinetist Joe Lukasik will be returning to the Jazz@First stage. Often presenting music with a throwback vibe, the trio loves to explore and perform in many styles of the jazz tradition. They specialize in music performed by artists like Jelly Roll Morton, Bix Beiderbeck and Louis Armstrong. Enjoy an afternoon of music sure to get your toes tapping!

Jazz@First Series Sponsor: Al Harris

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About the Artist: Phil DeGreg

 

Phil DeGreg began playing the piano in his childhood and now performs as a jazz pianist internationally. His earliest jazz influences were Bud Powell and Bill Evans, but he is accomplished and comfortable in a wide range of jazz styles, ranging from mainstream to bebop to Brazilian jazz. A graduate of Yale and the University of North Texas, he toured with the Woody Herman Orchestra in the 1980’s, and has 10 CD’s to his credit as a leader. For 13 years he accompanied many national and international jazz artists in the house trio in Cincinnati’s famous Blue Wisp Jazz Club. He has been on staff with the renowned Jamey Aebersold Summer Jazz Workshops since 1983, and has performed and taught in Europe and South America.

 

Phil DeGreg is the retired Professor of Jazz Studies at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music and is the recipient of two National Endowment for the Arts study grants. In 2008 he was awarded a 4 month Fulbright Fellowship as a lecturer in Brazil.

 

His text “Jazz Keyboard Harmony” is a practical text for teaching jazz harmony for all musicians, and is used all over the world in universities and for private study.

 

Learn more about Phil DeGreg on his website http://phildegreg.com.