The first night in a string of Bay Area dates with this quartet!
Anton Schwartz has performed at jazz’s most prestigious clubs and festivals, including the Blue Note and Dizzys (NYC), Blues Alley (DC), Yoshis (Oakland), Jazz Alley (Seattle), and the Monterey Jazz Festival. Recent engagements include sold-out shows at Jazz at Lincoln Center and a feature as soloist with the Boston Pops in Boston Symphony Hall. He is a longtime faculty member of the California Jazz Conservatory and has taught extensively at the Stanford Jazz Workshop and the Brubeck Institute.
Mason Razavi is a jazz guitarist, composer/arranger, educator, and recording artist. His albums have garnered praise from critics and have received airplay internationally. Razavi has been described as a "thoughtful player and composer that offers the listener an introspective experience of deeper meaning" by Jazz Times.
Brian Ho is a organist with a vast knowledge of styles and influences that includes New Orleans, Gospel, Blues, Latin Jazz, R&B, and even Hip Hop; he has developed a unique and modern take on standards and originals that bounce with energy. “These days, Ho is one of the regions most promising young jazz organists” - Andy Gilbert, San Jose Mercury News
Jason Lewis is a first-call drummer who has played with John Stowell, Mark Murphy, Paul McCandles, Regina Carter, John Handy, Anton Schwartz, Mark Levine, Kurt Elling, San Jose Symphony and the San Jose Civic Light Opera. He has toured and recorded with Boz Scaggs, Michael Brook, Djivan Gasparyan, Ann Dyer and Taylor Eigsti. He can be heard on numerous recordings as well as TV (Spark on PBS), Video Game (Godfather 2) and Movie Soundtracks (Affliction, Albino Alligator, Ratatouille-"Our Friend the Rat").