Feel Great Jazz Hosted feat. Trumpet Soloist Konstantins Jemeljanovs & Singer Brandy Noveh w/ 17-pc Band

Wed, November 13, 2019, 7:00 pm

Feel Great Jazz Hosted by Joshua Bluegreen feat. Renowned Trumpet Soloist Konstantins Jemeljanovs & Guest Singer Brandy Noveh w/ 17-Piece Wednesday Night Big Band: 7-10p: Wednesday, November 13th, 2019 @ The Big Easy, Petaluma, CA. All Ages. No Cover.

Celebrate Autumn w/ Feel Good Music & Full Dinner Menu, Beer/Wine (21+) & Dancing! The Perfect Night Out!

“Konstantins is one of the most talented trumpet players I’ve worked with.” -Dr. JB Dyas, Thelonious Monk Institute.

Konstantins Jemeljanovs has studied and worked with Arturo Sandoval, Ambrose Akinmusire, Vince Mendoza, Bob Mintzer, & Alan Pasqua.

From Riga, Latvia, Konstantins earned his reputation at a young age, touring with Moscow City Ballet, Liepai City Orchestra and many more. To take his playing to the next level, Konstantins attended Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. After graduating Cum Laude with a degree in Jazz Performance, he went on to study with renowned jazz educator Dr. David Baker at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. Konstantins then continued his education in music, receiving his Master’s degree in Jazz Studies from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.

He has also enjoyed playing with Randy Brecker, Bill Holman Big Band, Clare Fischer big band, James Morrison Raimonds Pauls, Jill Sobule, Battle of the Big Bands, Los Angeles Mambo All-Stars big band, renowned Georgian composer Giya Kancheli and many more. His work with Karlis Lacis and Aija Andrejeva on the album “Meza” was nominated for a Golden Microphone for ‘Best Concert’ and ‘Theatrical Performance.’

Konstantins’ unique sound and creative expression are a celebration of his musical imagination, innovative talent and educational background.

Konstantins is currently working on his album, touring, and teaching. He Resides in Sonoma, CA with his family where he and his wife have recently opened up ‘The Voice Studio.’

“Brandy Noveh is a Knockout. Her Killer Voice and Accomplished Dancing make a Strong, Fresh Impression.” – David Templeton, North Bay Bohemian.

Brandy Noveh completed a successful run as Reno Sweeney in the Raven Performing Arts Theater Spring 2017 Production of ‘Anything Goes’ in World Famous Healdsburg, California​. She was a Featured Lead in the 6th Street Playhouse’ Sold Out ‘White Christmas’ Shows in Dec. 2017. Her singing and dancing won multiple rave reviews. Brandy has Worked with Bobby McFerrin​, Soloed w/ Humboldt State University​ & Redwood Empire Sing-Along Messiah​. She has Performed Lead Roles in Numerous Musicals & Operas. Brandy’s formal Music Studies were, on scholarship, at the BUTI — Boston University Tanglewood Institute in Lenox, Mass. and Loyola University New Orleans.

Wednesday Night Big Band Members have performed w/ Frank Sinatra, Michael Jackson, Temptations, Aretha Franklin, Ella Fitzgerald, Dion Warwick, Mel Torme – Verve Records, The O’Jays, Narada Michael Walden, Natalie Cole, Jamie Cullum, Dean Brown, Rosemary Clooney (Official), Jazz pianist George Shearing, Frank Sinatra Jr. & the rock band “Starship”.

Wednesday Night Big Band Has Played Jazz Music on Wednesday Nights for 4+ Decades…and Many Other Nights Too!

Relax, Have Some Wine, A Micro Brew or Belgian on Tap, or Gourmet Eats. Yum! Full Dinner Menu from SpeakEasy Restaurant delivered to Your Table. Hang & Feel Live Jazz Big Band Music, Improv & Positive Vibes!

***FREE, NO COVER, ALL AGES.***

The Big Easy: 128 American Aly, Petaluma, California 94952.

Venue/Info/ Dinner Reservations: (707) 776-4631

PARKING: Free & Secure parking @ The Garage on Keller Street across from The Phoenix Theater

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