Dallas Jazz Piano Society

Announcing our 5th Season at Sammons Center for the Arts
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Opening Concert: September 14, 2017- Music​ ​of​ ​Haerle,​ ​Hamilton​ ​and​ ​Leali ​featuring​ ​​Dan Haerle​ ​​(piano)​ ​assisted​ ​by​​ ​Brad​ ​Leili​(sax),​ ​​Fred​ ​Hamilton​ (guitar),​ ​​Jeffry Eckels​ ​​(bass),​ ​and​ ​​Ed​ ​Soph​​ ​(drums). Tickets are now available on-line : https://www.eventbrite.com/o/dallas-jazz-piano-society-11146839478

COMING SOON!!! October​ ​12,​ ​2017​​ ​–​ ​​Shaun​ ​Martin –  so excited that this brilliant pianist who started studying at the age of 4 and made Booker T. Washington, UNT College of Jazz and DFW so proud of his success with Snarky Puppy and Gospel hits will be playing keys for us!!! More details soon!! 
October​ ​26,​ ​2017​​ ​–​ ​Duo​ ​Piano​ ​Concert,​ ​featuring​ ​Stefan​ ​Karlsson​ ​and​ ​Brian 
November​ ​9,​ ​2017​ ​​–​​ ​Music​ ​of​ ​Chick​ ​Corea​,​ ​featuring​ ​​Mike​ ​Bogle 
December​ ​14,​ ​2017​​ ​-​ ​Accompanying​ ​Jazz​ ​Vocalists,​ ​featuring​ ​Peggy​ ​Lohr​ ​and 
Bill​ ​Lohr 
January​ ​11,​ ​2018​ ​​–​ ​​Music​ ​of​ ​Cole​ ​Porter​,​ ​featuring​ ​Kay​ ​Ellingson​ ​and​ ​Kent 
February​ ​8,​ ​2018​​ ​–​ ​​Standards​ ​Deconstructed,​​ ​featuring​ ​Mike​ ​Finkel  
March​ ​8,​ ​2018​​ ​–​ ​​Latin​ ​Jazz​,​ ​featuring​ ​Jose​ ​Aponte  
April​ ​12,​ ​2018​​ ​–​ ​​Piano​ ​Madness,​​ ​featuring​ ​David​ ​Rady,​ ​Kelly​ ​Durbin​ ​and 
William​ ​Foley​ ​(​ ​Special​ ​Benefit​ ​Concert)  
May​ ​10,​ ​2018​​ ​–​ ​​Rising​ ​Stars​ ​Student​ ​Artist​ ​Performances  
All​ ​regular​ ​season​ ​DJPS​ ​concerts​ ​are​ ​$20​ ​for​ ​general​ ​admission​ ​and​ ​free​ ​for​ ​students​ ​with valid​ ​student​ ​IDs.​ ​Sammons​ ​Center​ ​for​ ​the​ ​Arts​ ​is​ ​located​ ​at​ ​3630​ ​Harry​ ​Hines​ ​Blvd. Dallas,​ ​Texas,​ ​75219.   
Thank you #AT&TPerformingArtsCenter for showcasing one of our Rising Stars!

Yohanes Tanugraha playing solo accompanied by vocalist Rachel Lyon at Sammons Plaza in front of the Winspear Opera House. In the background are the lucky raffle winners of tickets to attend Into the Woods. 

We greatly appreciate the support of those who helped make this concert possible!


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

See all of our upcoming performances on our Calendar page.  

12 thoughts on “Dallas Jazz Piano Society

  1. 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!

  2. Dennis, We really enjoyed meeting you and your lovely wife, Jill, at the show. We posted a great pic of you , your wife and your friends, Alan and Rita, on our Facebook page. Our FB name is Dallas Jazz Piano Society.

    Thanks so much for spending some time with us during your visit to Dallas from London!

  3. Brad Williams put together a blissful , nostalgic evening with 20 years of of Richard Rodgers. Thanks to Brad Williams. On piano, Jonathan Fisher on a Bass and the irrepressible Andrew Griffith on drums. Memorable.

  4. My students and I attended DJPS on April 9, and we learned about the Keys for Kids scholarships. I have two students at Quintanilla Middle School, Beatrice Reyes and Ceci Salas, who are interested in piano lessons. How do we apply?

  5. Another big thank you to Brad Williams piano, Gavin Kelso bass and Andrew Griffith drums for giving us a wonderful evening with Jerome Kern. Amazingly popular music spanning decades. So many pieces I have loved all my life, some of which I didn’t realize were Kern’s. Thank you all for bringing back my “Kern” memories! Ingrid Burgan. January 12, 2017

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