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This week's Tony Pacini Shows listed below:


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For more about Tony Pacini's scheduled performances, and detailed ticket info, visit the main site.

Gigs At A Glance...Some Great Shows In 2016!
The Tony Pacini Trio performs the last Friday every month at Wilf's Restaurant, and the Second Friday every month at the Benson Hotel. Additionally, catch Tony Pacini every Saturday night at Portland Prime in trio form, and with the Mel Brown Quartet Wednesdays at Jimmy Mak's. On Friday, November 4th, 2016 you will find jazz pianist Tony Pacini performing a live concert/recording/world-wide simulcast at Classic Pianos with internationally celebrated drummer Chuck Redd and bassist Ed Bennett. Be in the audience that night and receive a copy of the recording, or stream the show from any part of the world you might be in, but for sure, don't miss this special evening. Don't miss any of the exciting jazz in 2016 - life's too short to have not witnessed magically sponataneous moments. For details scroll down this page...For ticket info stop by the schedule page. Read more...

2012-2014 pianist Tony Pacini has performed with internationally acclaimed jazz artists Chuck Redd, Anat Cohen, Byron Stripling, Harry Allen, and Jeremy Pelt. Pacini also performed at the Oregon Coast Jazz Party (October 5th-7th, 2012) which included celebrated jazz performers Clayton Brothers Quintet, Ken Peplowski, Chuck Redd, Jeff Hamilton, Obed Calvaire, Graham Dechter, Wycliffe Gordon, Terell Stafford, Bill Mays, Atsuko Hashimoto, Holly Hofman, vocalists Denise Donatelli and Kenny Washington, and Portland's own Tom Wakeling, Dave Captein, and Gary Hobbs. The 2012 PDX Jazz Festival featured the Tony Pacini Trio center stage this year performing a set of jazz comprised of Italian/American composer's works followed by Italian jazz trumpeter Enrico Rava.

Past years have featured Pacini on stage with renown celebrities Benny Golson, Curtis Fuller, Bill Henderson, Mary Stallings, Harry Allen, Terell Stafford, Antonio Hart, Marlena Shaw, Rebecca Kilgore, Karrin Allyson, Mimi Fox, Ernie Andrews, and Carl Saunders, just to name a few.
For more, read Tony Pacini's memoirs at his: Notable Notes page (at the main site).

NOTE: Catch Tony hosting "Jazz Connections" on KMHD 89.1 fm Sundays, 4pm to 6pm
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