Get jazzed up for this concert
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The Joe Davidian Trio consists of Joe Davidian on piano, Dr. Jaime Ousley on bass, and Austin McMahon on drums.
The Joe Davidian Trio consists of Joe Davidian on piano, Dr. Jaime Ousley on bass, and Austin McMahon on drums.
BELLOWS FALLS- On Friday evening, October 20, Stone Church Arts presents the American jazz group, the Joe Davidian Trio. The concert will take place in the beautiful Immanuel Episcopal Church, with its warm acoustics and nine-foot Steinway.

Bandleader and pianist Davidian is a Vermonter now living in New York City. He performs regularly, including appearances with jazz legends Chester Thompson, Ira Sullivan, Joe Lovano, and Duffy Jackson. Davidian’s passion for jazz education has landed him professorships at University of Vermont, Belmont University, and Middle Tennessee State University, and he also maintains an active roster of private piano students in NYC.

Bassist Dr. Jamie Ousley, voted “Best South Florida Jazz Musician of 2011,” is Professor of Jazz Bass at Florida International University in Miami.

Austin McMahon, the trio’s drummer, has released two albums under his own name, and teaches jazz improvisation at Harvard University and at New England Conservatory in Boston.

Purchase tickets in advance, $20 for general admission and $15 for seniors. At the door prices will increase to $25 for general admission and $20 for seniors.

Information and advance tickets are available in person at Village Square Booksellers, by phone at (802) 460-0110, and online at
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