Parker Abbott Trio brings dynamic, keyboard-centric jazz to Revelstoke

The Revelstoke Jazz Club is welcoming The Parker Abbott Trio from Toronto at its showcase this Friday, Oct. 14.

The Parker Abbott Trio's music is described as 'etheral' by jazz critic Brent Black.

Contributed by the Revelstoke Jazz Club

The Revelstoke Jazz Club is welcoming a trio from Toronto at its showcase this Friday, Oct. 14.

The Parker Abbott Trio, a keyboard-centric group of Toronto-based musicians will be performing in the Selkirk Room of the Regent Hotel this Friday.

The trio consists pianists Teri Parker and Simeon Abbott, accompanied by drummer Mark Segger.

Parker and Abbott play a variety of keyboards and use a pan-stylistic approach to composition and improvisation to create an original and multi-faceted jazz sound.

Brent Black from criticaljazz.com called their music “an ethereal wonderland of sound and texture.”

Parker Abbott Trio’s newest album, Elevation, is an introspective and uplifting sonic journey full of indomitable tunes that swing, shuffle, simmer and blaze.

You can listen to their music at parkerabbotttrio.com.

 

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