Old Line Quartet

Community College of Baltimore County presents the Old Line Quartet with Marty Nau, soprano; Dave Rybczynski, alto; Tim Powell, tenor; and Leigh Pilzer, baritone.

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Sophisticated Ladies of Jazz “Lady Be Good”

Nicki Parrott on bass, Bria Skonberg on trumpet, with Chuck Redd on drums, Chris Grasso on piano, and guest Leigh Pilzer on baritone saxophone playing “Lady Be Good.”

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WWJF Bullettes “Fried Buzzard”

Shannon Gunn and the Bullettes at Westminster Presbyterian’s Jazz Night in Southwest as part of the 2013 Washington Women in Jazz Festival, playing “Fried Buzzard.”

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Jen Krupa-Leigh Pilzer Quintet at Takoma Park JazzFest

Jen Krupa-Leigh Pilzer Quintet at the Takoma Park JazzFest, with Tony Nalker on piano, Michael Bowie on bass, and Chuck Redd on drums.

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SJMO in Moscow “Blues in the Night”

Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra at Moscow House of Music, Moscow, Russia.

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JAM launch event

Jen Krupa-Leigh Pilzer Quintet plays for the opening of Jazz Appreciation Month, featuring Jen Krupa on trombone, Leigh Pilzer on saxophone, Janelle Gill on piano, Amy Shook on bass, and Isabelle DeLeon on drums. The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History marked the 10th annual Jazz Appreciation Month in April 2011 with a month-long celebration of jazz featuring performances, talks, tours and family-oriented events. This year’s 10th anniversary programming examined the legacies of women in jazz and kicked off with a special donation ceremony related to the nation’s first, integrated, female big band, the International Sweethearts of Rhythm, founded in 1937 at the Piney Woods School, in Mississippi.

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WWJF “Tricotism”

Amy K. Bormet on piano, Karine Chapdelaine on bass, Lydia Lewis on drums, and Leigh Pilzer on baritone saxophone at playing “Tricotism” at Twins Jazz for the Washington Women in Jazz Festival.

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