Dena Derose Trio on HDLiveConcerts.com


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The Dena DeRose Trio

December 19th, 2009 at 9:00 PM Est. - Tune in on your home computer to view live jazz from the comfort of your own home featuring The Dena DeRose Trio Live at The Kitano in New York City.

The Dena DeRose Trio will be performing at The Kitano in New York City on December 18th & 19th, 2009. The 19th concert is being featured on a brand new Web Site Concert experience called HDLiveConcerts.com. Purchase your tickets to the concert for $5 at the web site now!

HD Live Concerts ("HDLC") was established to bring consumers the thrilling experience of watching their favorite performers' live concerts when they can't be there in person. HDLC events are professionally produced using the latest audio/visual technology and broadcast in stunning, high definition, high quality streaming video. Viewers with large screen televisions with Internet connectivity shall be able to enjoy HDLC programming on their large displays in a virtual front row seat without any degradation of sight and sound. Just log in to HDLC before the concert, test your computer's bandwidth level, open the media player at the appropriate streaming quality level, then sit back and enjoy the show... it's like being there!

Visit HDLiveConcerts.com and sign up and purchase your ticket to the Dena DeRose Trio concert on December 19th, 2009. Dena will be playing with Martin Wind on the bass and Matt Wilson on the drums.. HD Live Concerts is a completely new approach to viewing live jazz music all over the world.

To purchase your ticket to The Dena DeRose Trio at The Kitano go to HDLiveConcerts.com.

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