jazz one moment in time

As we walked into the first floor of Powerplant Mall we were serenaded by cool jazz music. It didn’t sound tinny or canned. We followed the source of the sound; peering over the glass dividers to the basement floor, we saw a four-piece band.

They played impeccably, effortlessly, reminding me why Filipino musicians are in demand all over the world, in lounges and bars, on cruise ships and stages, entertaining people with their talent .

After their set, I clapped. The saxophonist heard me, looked up, and smiled.

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3 Comments on jazz one moment in time

  1. TAO
    14 April 2009 at 7:15 pm (3239 days ago)

    I love public music where ever it is. In New York City you find it often in the subway system. My favorite experience there was coming across someone playing a theremin. Talk about the unexpected!

  2. Jowell
    21 April 2009 at 12:51 pm (3232 days ago)

    Hi Jenny! It’s rare to see these jazz quartets. I am a fan of mainstream jazz. One place to see jazz jamming is at Ten02 bar at Sct Ybardolaza cor Timog, QC on Mondays. Unfortunately, I think that’s too far from where you work. :) Ingat palagi!h

  3. Sierra
    23 May 2010 at 11:00 pm (2835 days ago)

    I bet you sweetly remembered a drumbeater.
    Just kidding! :o )

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