GRANT LEVIN, PIANO AS AN INFINITELY POWERFUL INSTRUMENT
Grant Levin is a multi-faceted contemporary pianist, band leader and writer of music who performs in various configurations from intimate settings to concert halls and festivals. His musical aesthetic is based on dynamics, showcasing the piano as an infinitely powerful instrument, allowing the audience to experience the sonic possibilities. He has performed at: SFJAZZ Center (San Francisco, CA), Caroline H. Hume Concert Hall, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, Yoshi’s Oakland, Bird and Beckett Books and Records (San Francisco, CA), 57th Street Gallery (Oakland, CA), Doc’s Lab (San Francisco, CA), Cafe Stritch (San Jose, CA), Mildred Owen Concert Hall (Pacifica, CA). He has worked with many great musicians such as: Pete Yellin, Jerry Dodgion, Dayna Stephens, Noel Jewkes, John Santos, Howard Wiley, Ray Obiedo, Dean Reilly, Melecio Magdaluyo, Marcus Shelby, and numerous others. He has also performed with Little Anthony and the Imperials on keyboards. Grant Levin is based in the San Francisco Bay Area.