[Trombone-l] Fwd: Sam in Wash. DC. 9/29 w/Chico O'Farrill Band,
10/9 W/Dave Liebman. Also in Denver w/Liebman band, 10-12-10/14
sabutin at mindspring.com
Sun Sep 25 14:02:00 CDT 2005
More info on these gigs:
O'Farrill band in DC, Thurs. 9/29-We are arriving on the 8 AM Acela
train out of NYC on Thursday 9/29 ...around noon...and staying at a
hotel. Playing that night at some venue...leaving the next morning.
(How's THAT for "details"? I'll know more tonight.)
But...since I am free on Friday (and for that matter on Satrurday as
well, if something came up worth staying for), I could conceivably
give some lessons either Thursday afternoon or Friday at any time
that allowed me to grab an Acela back to NYC.
The concert will be good...if you wants comps. let me know and I'll
see what I can do.
Dave Liebman Band Sun., 10/9 - Episcopal High School, 7:30 PM. Since
it is a hit-and-run...probably no time for lessons. But again...since
I am free the day before, if anyone wanted to organize a masterclass
or even maybe three or more people wanted to take lessons on Saturday
or even Sunday morning, it could be arranged.
Again...if you want comps, I'll see what I can do.
A VERY interesting band. Not like anything you have ever heard, probably.
Get in touch...
>Date: Thu, 1 Sep 2005 12:10:45 -0400
>From: sabutin <sabutin at mindspring.com>
>Subject: Sam in Wash. DC. 9/29 w/Chico O'Farrill Band, 10/9 W/Dave
>Liebman. Also in Denver w/Liebman band, 10-12-10/14
>A couple of traveling gigs where I may be able to provide comps,
>etc., plus the usual drive-by lessons and clinics at reasonable
>prices because my travel and lodging is already paid for.
>Details are still sketchy (travel times, venues etc) but i WILL be
>in those cities on those days playing with those bands...both VERY
>interesting groups, by the way, if you haven't heard them yet...and
>since I still have a day or two free on on each side of those dates
>and probably some free time DURING those dates as well, if anybody
>is interested in my services as a teacher or performer and gets in
>touch w/me before things get complicated in terms of scheduling and
>travel bookings...I'm there.
>Also, comps. Email me say three days or so before any of those gigs
>and I'll have a better idea of what's up.
>Sam Burtis is a NYC freelance trombonist and composer, the author of
>"The American Trombone" and proud proprietor of The Trombone Store
>in NYC. Visit us on the web at <http://samburtis.com> and/or
><http://thetrombonestore.com>, email us at <sabutin at mindspring.com>,
>or call us at  796-4413. The actual store in NYC is by
> PLEASE VISIT THE OPEN HORN, A WEB FORUM
> Lots of interesting discussions going on every day.
> An introduction to the site is available at
> or just come on over check it out at
Sam Burtis is a NYC freelance trombonist and composer, the author of
"The American Trombone" and proud proprietor of The Trombone Store in
NYC. Visit us on the web at <http://samburtis.com> and/or
<http://thetrombonestore.com>, email us at <sabutin at mindspring.com>,
or call us at  796-4413. The actual store in NYC is by
PLEASE VISIT THE OPEN HORN, A WEB FORUM
Lots of interesting discussions going on every day.
An introduction to the site is available at
or just come on over check it out at
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