Dallas Jazz Piano Society

We are dedicated to promoting, preserving and perpetuating piano jazz music through performances and education opportunities for the community at large.

Come join us for the 2014-2015 season !


ANNOUNCING 

 The Dallas Jazz Piano Society – 2014-2015 Concert Season

All concerts are held on Thursday nights, 7:30 to 9:30 pm at the Sammons Center for the Arts, 3630 Harry Hines Blvd, Dallas, TX 

General Admission at the door -$20; Student Admission – free with ID

No advance ticket sales .

If  any questions please email us : Dallasjazzpianosociety@gmail.com

or call : 214-353-9758.

 

The dates for this season’s performances

December 11th –  Music of Kurt Weill  featuring

                               Stefan Karlsson -piano

                               Young Heo-bass

                               Ed Soph-drums 

January 22nd –  Music of Cole Porter featuring Dan Cavanagh

February 12th –  Music of Richard Rodgers featuring Brad Williams 

March 12th –  Latin Jazz featuring Jose Aponte 

April 9th –     Rising Stars, student performers

May 14th –   Starving Jazz Pianists (at the Kitchen Cafe)

See all of our upcoming performances on our Calendar page

7 thoughts on “Dallas Jazz Piano Society

    • Thank you for thinking of us. Our musicians have very busy schedules and our artistic director secure our dates many months in advance. The Sammons Center for the Arts is geared towards patrons with mobility issues.

      Very best!

  1. I am visiting my son /daughter in law and would like to attend you concert scheduled for September 11th; are tickets available in advance or do we just turn up on the night ?
    regards
    Dennis Timbers

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