James Fernando / John Lentz & Bill Winslow / Steve Arnold Duo
Resonate Presents

James Fernando / John Lentz & Bill Winslow / Steve Arnold Duo

All Ages
Three Great Jazz Acts like you've never heard them!

James Fernando is a pianist and composer whose music lies at the intersection of jazz, classical, and electronic music. He relies on his genre-expanding original compositions to deliver thought provoking and exciting performances. The Berklee College of Music graduate released his debut album Extended Layover in 2018 as a collaboration with Mingjia Chen and released his first album as a solo artist, The Lonely Sailor, in 2019.

John Lentz has sung on the streets of Seattle, San Francisco and Portland, OR. He has played at West Coast music festivals such as the Seattle Folklife Festival, The Bumbershoot Festival, The Willamette Valley Folklife Festival and the Knoxville World's Fair. He has studied jazz with Shelia Jordan, Jay Clayton and Samirah Evans. Sheila Jordan says, "I really dig your voice, man."

Bill Winslow studied at Berklee College of Music and later studied piano privately with Lazlo Gardony. Bill improvises and performs music for dance. He also serves as keyboardist for several jazz combos in the Pioneer Valley. These groups include Now’s The Time, The John Lentz Trio, Parkour Jazz and Blue Moon Jazz Ensemble.

Stephen Arnold is a bassist and composer from Greenfield, MA, living in Washington DC. He studied with Herman Burney at the George Washington University and has become one of the most in-demand bassists in the DC area. In 2018 he participated in Betty Carter’s Jazzahead program at the Kennedy Center where he was able to study with Jason Moran, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Reuben Rogers, and others. He performs regularly with several groups, including the Donvonte’ McCoy Quintet, Alison Crockett, the Keith Butler Trio, ¡FIASCO!, the Nik Francis trio, and the New World. He also blends folk, rock, and jazz in his own sextet Sea-Change, which features his original compositions and arrangements.

Doors at 6:30

$10 in advance

$15 Day of show

Venue Information:
The Pushkin Gallery
4 Federal St
Greenfield, MA, 01301