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Jazz pianist Taylor Eigsti to play concert for Community School of Music and Arts

Livestream event on June 13 to benefit Mountain View arts organization

Pianist Taylor Eigsti performs "Like Someone In Love." Video courtesy Taylor Eigsti Official YouTube channel.

Jazz pianist Taylor Eigsti grew up in Menlo Park. Courtesy Charles Dargan.

Grammy-nominated jazz pianist Taylor Eigsti, who grew up on the Peninsula and is an alumnus of the Community School of Music and Arts (CSMA), will perform a livestreamed concert from his home in New York to benefit the Mountain View art school on Saturday, June 13, at 5 p.m. PDT, according to a press release from CSMA. The free show will be broadcast on CSMA's YouTube channel​.

The concert will include favorite songs, as well as a preview of Eigsti's new album, "Tree Falls." Donations to CSMA are suggested.

CSMA was awarded a Hewlett 50 Arts Commission grant to partner with Eigsti to create a new composition, "Imagine our Future," with input from local students.

For more information on the concert or on CSMA's other current online offerings, go to arts4all.org.

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Jazz pianist Taylor Eigsti to play concert for Community School of Music and Arts

Livestream event on June 13 to benefit Mountain View arts organization

by / Palo Alto Weekly

Uploaded: Fri, Jun 12, 2020, 9:55 am

Grammy-nominated jazz pianist Taylor Eigsti, who grew up on the Peninsula and is an alumnus of the Community School of Music and Arts (CSMA), will perform a livestreamed concert from his home in New York to benefit the Mountain View art school on Saturday, June 13, at 5 p.m. PDT, according to a press release from CSMA. The free show will be broadcast on CSMA's YouTube channel​.

The concert will include favorite songs, as well as a preview of Eigsti's new album, "Tree Falls." Donations to CSMA are suggested.

CSMA was awarded a Hewlett 50 Arts Commission grant to partner with Eigsti to create a new composition, "Imagine our Future," with input from local students.

For more information on the concert or on CSMA's other current online offerings, go to arts4all.org.

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