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Jazz Bakery Presents Jeremy Pelt And Peter Bernstein on December 2nd and December 3rd

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The Jazz Bakery presents a weekend of cutting edge jazz with trumpeter Jeremy Pelt's Make Noise Quintet on December 2nd, and guitarist Peter Bernstein's Mostly Monk Quartet on December 3rd.

On Saturday December 2nd, Jeremy Pelt's Make Noise Quintet with pianist Victor Gould, bassist Richie Goods, Jonathan Barber on drums and Jacquelene Acevedo on percussion, will perform at the Musicians Institute Concert Center in Hollywood at 8PM. Saturated with the rhythms of two percussionists Pelt's Make Noise quintet has an undeniable energy that both excites and captivates audiences world wide.

Musicians Institute is located at 1655 N. McCadden Place, Hollywood, CA 90028

On Sunday December 3rd, Peter Bernstein's Mostly Monk Quartet featuring pianist Gerald Clayton, bassist Mike Gurrola, and drummer Roy McCurdy will perform at the Moss Theater in Santa Monica beginning at 7:30 PM. With this quartet, Bernstein has fashioned his own spin on the rich legacy of Thelonious Monk and others. Pianist Gerald Clayton honors the legacy of his famed father, bassist John Clayton. His imaginative daring reinforces Peter’s insightful repertoire decisions with great beauty.

The Moss Theater is located at 3131 Olympic Blvd. in Santa Monica, at New Roads School on the campus of the Herb Alpert Educational Village.

Tickets for both events are available at jazzbakery.org, or at the door.

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