Daniel Szabo debuts new music at the Blue Whale. His upcoming album, recorded in April of 2018 at The Bridge Studio in Glendale, California, was written for a unique instrumentation combining woodwind sextet with string quartet and jazz rhythm section. In “Visionary,” Szabo features an outstanding line-up of musicians and such as Sara Andon, Charlie Bisharat, Bob Sheppard, Kim Richmond and Edwin Livingston. Szabo composed, arranged and orchestrated all of the pieces and played the piano. The pieces were conducted by Timothy Williams. The style of this new repertoire shows a blend of jazz, classical and film music idioms.
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Daniel Szabo Large Ensemble Pre-Release Show
classical, contemporary, jazz
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