Please join me with trumpeter/violinist Griff Kazmierczak and Eddie Hrybyk on Bass. Doors open at 6pm for dinner and the show begins at 7:30.
Rico Jones - Tenor Sax
Nick Dimaria - Trumpet
Remee Ashley -Trombone
Jan Knutson - Guitar
Sam Towse - Piano
Owen Storey - Double Bass
Michael Shapira- Drums
Cosmic Septapod is a New York based jazz group featuring all original compositions by band members. All members are currently studying at the Manhattan School of Music and performing professionally around New York.
Behnkes in Beltsville, MD
Jan Knutson, Steve Abshire, Tommy Cecil and Danny Knicely. Performance times TBD
Join vocalist Cassandra Allen and Jan Knutson for a performance of classic jazz and latin standards at Gwynns Falls/Leakin Park in Baltimore.
I'll be playing with jazz violinist Susan Jones and her quartet at Lake Artemesia Park in Berwyn Heights, MD.
The group features Nicholas DiMaria on trumpet, Jan Knutson on guitar, Pete Lazorcik on drum set and Ben Tiberio on bass. We will be performing on Friday, June 9th at the Onondaga Community College campus and admission to the festival is free.
Solo jazz guitar at Romano Winery in Brandywine, MD. Please visit http://www.romanowinery.com
Join Jan along with guitarist Steve Abshire and bassist Nathan Kawaller for for an evening of swinging jazz at Germano's in Baltimore's Little Italy. Doors open for dinner service at 6pm and the show begins at 7:30. Tickets must be purchased in advance are $15 and can be reserved via phone at (410)752-4515. Tickets are also available at http://germanospiattini.com/events/
Thursday, January 5, 2017
5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Light refreshments and live music by Jan Knutson, Guitarist
The exhibit is composed of 50 photographs by Smithsonian photographer Carolyn J. Russo and explores the varied forms and functions of airport traffic control towers in the U.S. and around the world. These bold and large scale photos capture airport towers as monumental abstractions. Ms. Russo’s photographic eye captures the details and architectural beauty of these structures which may be readily taken for granted. On exhibit through March 10, 2018.