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Pianist James Collins With Steve Wilson, Victor Lewis & More - April 10 In Philadelphia - One Night Only - Free!

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James Collins is a rhythmic, soulful pianist that embraces the history of jazz, through his harmonically creative approach. --Terell Stafford
Rising Star Pianist James Collins
April 10, 3pm. FREE!


Featuring:
Steve Wilson
Victor Lewis
David Wong
Noah Hocker

First Presbyterian Church
35 West Chelten Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 1914
(215) 843-8811

About James Collins

James Collins is a young up-and-coming jazz pianist and composer in the Philadelphia area. Born into a musical family, James was exposed to great music of all genres from a very early age. At five years old, James started taking piano lessons. By age 7, he was ear training and refining his perfect pitch. Before leaving elementary school, James had already begun to build his repertoire in jazz and classical music. In 2010, James began pursuing his Bachelor Degree in music studies at Temple University.

During his stay at Temple University, James had the honor of studying with jazz greats including Terell Stafford, Bruce Barth, Dick Oatts, Elio Villafranca and others. James also kept very busy as a performer during this time, performing with many great artists including Rodney Green, Byron Landham, Steve Fidyk, Mike Boone, Grant Stewart, Vince Cherico, Mike Merritt, and more. James is currently pursuing his Masters Degree in Jazz studies at Temple University, while privately studying classical music with Marja Kaisla, and composing music for his own group.

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