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Frederic Chiu
Celebrating 25 Years with Yamaha
Performance of the Month

In this special performance, world-renowned pianist Frederic Chiu delivers an impressive concert in celebration of 25 incredible years as a Yamaha Artist. Acclaimed for his unique programming, innovation and artistic brilliance, Chiu’s list of accomplishments is boundless. This performance’s repertoire is focused on highlighting key elements of his inspiring career and a true celebration of his life—50 years of age, 44 years as a pianist and 25 focusing on the development of the piano through Yamaha. His program, with a unifying inspiration from Paris, features works by Prokofiev, Debussy, Ravel, Gao Ping and Chopin, including a groundbreaking performance of Chopin’s Rondeau in C Major; Opus 73, where he performs simultaneously on two pianos using Yamaha’s revolutionary Disklavier technology. This celebratory performance from a true visionary will have you looking forward to Chiu’s next 25 years inspiring, innovating and revolutionizing piano music. This performance was originally recorded on October 30, 2014. Photography by Chris Craymer.


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The Las Vegas Songbook for Lovers featuring Mark Verabian and His Martinis

With a rare twist of roulette and romance…Mark Verabian and his band of Martinis present this evening of romantic and Rat Pack favorites including “Luck Be a Lady,” “Young at Heart,” “The Way You Look Tonight” and more! So sit back, hold hands and get ready to fall in love all over again! This performance was recorded live on February 13, 2017 as part of the special LIVE from Las Vegas! three-concert Series from Cabaret Jazz at The Smith Center in Las Vegas, NV.


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John Proulx (Set 1)
Performance of the Month

The jazz scene is abuzz about singer/pianist/composer John Proulx (pronounced "Proo"). His piano playing is hot and swinging, and his voice recalls the smooth, mellow sounds of a young Chet Baker. John is also a Grammy-winning composer. John's most recent collaboration includes a song co-written with Melissa Manchester for her recent CD, "You Gotta Love The Life", featuring Melissa along with Al Jarreau on vocals. John began his formal musical education at the age of 3 in Grand Rapids, MI on Suzuki violin, but quickly switched to classical piano lessons. His grandfather, Clyde Proulx, was a jazz guitarist with the Clyde McCoy Big Band, and introduced him to the world of jazz. Hooked on the freedom of improvisation, his education took him to Chicago to study at Roosevelt University’s Chicago School of Performing Arts. In 2001, John moved to Los Angeles to further his musical pursuits. He has emerged as a young talent on the Los Angeles jazz scene and loves the wide range of opportunities the city has to offer. For more information, please visit http://www.johnproulx.com. This performance was originally recorded at the Festival of Arts in Laguna Beach, CA on August 14, 2016.\


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John Proulx (Set 2)
Performance of the Month

The jazz scene is abuzz about singer/pianist/composer John Proulx (pronounced "Proo"). His piano playing is hot and swinging, and his voice recalls the smooth, mellow sounds of a young Chet Baker. John is also a Grammy-winning composer. John's most recent collaboration includes a song co-written with Melissa Manchester for her recent CD You Gotta Love The Life featuring Melissa along with Al Jarreau on vocals. John began his formal musical education at the age of 3 in Grand Rapids, MI on Suzuki violin, but quickly switched to classical piano lessons. His grandfather, Clyde Proulx, was a jazz guitarist with the Clyde McCoy Big Band, and introduced him to the world of jazz. Hooked on the freedom of improvisation, his education took him to Chicago to study at Roosevelt University’s Chicago School of Performing Arts. In 2001, John moved to Los Angeles to further his musical pursuits. He has emerged as a young talent on the Los Angeles jazz scene and loves the wide range of opportunities the city has to offer.For more information, please visit www.johnproulx.com. This performance was originally recorded at the Festival of Arts in Laguna Beach, CA, on August 14, 2016.


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Shades of Sinatra

Relive the music of the legendary Frank Sinatra with a fantastic, award-winning tribute show—rebroadcast exclusively for DisklavierTV™. Shades of Sinatra is a one-of-a-kind musical production that celebrates the life and career of one of the most beloved musicians of all time. Featuring over 30 of Sinatra’s greatest hits, this performance pays tribute to his signature classics as well as some of his lesser-known songs—appealing to devoted and casual fans alike. Additionally, the exceptionally talented cast exudes the character and appeal of the Sinatra-era, creating the vintage, off-the-cuff, Vegas show atmosphere that Sinatra was often acclaimed for. Enjoy this all-inclusive musical production that will leave you feeling like you spent an evening with the legend himself. This uncut, unedited performance was originally broadcast from The Smith Center on October 22, 2015, in Las Vegas, NV.


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Laura Shaffer
The Noir Nightingale Quartet

Cabaret Jazz at the Smith Center brings the soul of jazz, elegance of cabaret and talent from the multitude of performers that cross the stage into one sophisticated nightclub. This rebroadcast performance—EXCLUSIVELY produced for DisklavierTV™ viewers—from Cabaret Jazz features sultry jazz singer and one-of-a-kind performer Laura Shaffer—the Noir Nightingale. A true entertainer, Shaffer is recognized not only for her musical talent, but her overall style and persona that effortlessly captures the glamour and allure of the Golden Era. Shaffer’s vintage look and warm, sultry vocal style has earned her a successful career performing in all of the major venues on the Las Vegas Strip, as well as an international fan base. Don’t miss this special performance that will take you to an era of the past. This uncut, unedited performance was originally broadcast from The Smith Center in Las Vegas, NV, on November 25, 2014.


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Chadwick Johnson
Sounds of Splendor
Performance of the Month

Cabaret Jazz at the Smith Center brings the soul of jazz, elegance of cabaret and talent from the multitude of performers that cross the stage into one sophisticated nightclub. This rebroadcast performance—EXCLUSIVELY produced for DisklavierTV™ viewers—from Cabaret Jazz features singer, songwriter and band leader Chadwick Johnson. Johnson’s soulful approach to music, passion for the classics and versatility amongst multiple genres has earned him praise from the music community, including his 2014 award for “Vegas’ Next Emerging Star” given by The Entertainment Consumers Exchange. Also accredited for his brilliant vocal ability, Johnson’s sincerity, passion and innovative talent are evident as soon as he takes the stage. This uncut, unedited performance was originally broadcast from Cabaret Jazz at The Smith Center in Las Vegas, NV, on November 24, 2014.


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Sarah Thiele & Friends

American singer-songwriter and pianist Sarah Thiele has been playing and creating music since the age of three. After years of classical music training, she educated herself on the road, sharing the stage with noteworthy artists such as Toby Keith, Sheryl Crow, Tracy Bonham, Phil Vassar, Scotty Emerick and Chris Young—to name a few. Sarah is a prolific composer and songwriter, dividing her time between Los Angeles and Las Vegas. For this exclusive performance, Sarah is joined by Mike Powers and Chris Brady (Guitar), Geoff Neuman (Bass) and Shaun Flannery (Drums). This uncut, unedited performance was originally broadcast on April 10, 2013 from the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada.


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Waltz The Night Away

This special encore performance from the 2012 Newport Music Festival included beloved melodies from Strauss, Ravel, Brahms and more! Features piano performances by Claire Huangci, Daniel del Pino and Kevin Fitz-Gerald. Also joined by Rupert Boyd (guitar), Goran Marcusson (flute) and Gregory Raden (clarinet). This uncut, unedited performance was originally broadcast from The Breakers on July 19, 2012.


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Jamie Cullum
Performance of the Month

Yamaha Artist Jamie Cullum is more than your average jazz musician—describing him as remarkably talented or refreshingly one-of-a-kind is only the tip of the iceberg. Known for his work in the jazz genre, Cullum is also recognized for his strikingly creative way with cover versions of songs from multiple different genres. In this exclusive broadcast, presented by Yamaha Entertainment Group, you will get to experience the versatility and sheer genius of Cullum’s work with cover versions—including his renditions of “Just One of Those Things” (Cole Porter), “The Wind Cries Mary” (The Jimi Hendrix Experience), “Don’t Stop The Music” (Rihanna) and, probably his most well-known, “High and Dry” (Radiohead). This performance also includes pieces from Cullum’s album, The Pursuit. This performance was originally recorded on June 3, 2014, at the 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C.


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