LAS VEGAS JAZZ TRIO PERFORMS FREE CONCERT ON FRONT STEPS OF THE MOB MUSEUM, SATURDAY, APRIL 4
In celebration of Jazz Appreciation Month, The Mob Museum welcomes the Las Vegas Jazz Trio to its front steps for a very special performance. The Las Vegas Jazz Trio performs unique interpretations of classic jazz, swing, bossa and contemporary songs and consists of Martin Motnik from Germany on bass, Moises Sol from Mexico City on piano and T. G. LaFredo from Buffalo, N.Y., on drums. Kai Brant of Long Beach, Calif., performs on vocals.
Vocalist Kai Brant performed extensively throughout London and Southern California before pursuing her love of jazz. She released her debut avant-garde record in 2010, followed in 2012 by The Way You Look Tonight, a compilation of jazz standards.
Pianist Moises Sol studied at the National Conservatory of Music in Mexico City and has performed with The Buck Ram’s Platters, Jon Secada and Niccola de Bari. He has also conducted recording sessions and concert tours for the Mexican icon and Grammy nominee Juan Gabriel.
Bassist Martin Motnik, from Ludwigshafen, Germany, has performed guitar and bass for 20 years and has performed all over the world. As a solo artist, Motnik has attained endorsements from Ritter Instruments, Gallien-Krueger amplification, Elixir Strings and Line 6 effects.
Drummer T.G. LaFredo attended Berklee College of Music in Boston where he studied drum set as well as percussion of Latin/’Afro-Cuban, Brazilian, West African and Middle Eastern traditions. He has recorded and performed in numerous styles including jazz, rock, fusion, pop, country and Irish.
Saturday, April 4
11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Front steps of The Mob Museum
300 Stewart Ave.
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Marina Nicola/Erika Pope
Vox Solid Communications for Swarovski
(702) 586-2137, (702) 249-2977