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Harvey Diamond Group
Pianist Harvey Diamond is an unsung hero of the Boston jazz scene. He received a BA in music performance from San Francisco State College, then moved to the Northeast. He studied in New York City for eight years with one of the most important pianists and pedagogues in jazz, Lennie Tristano. Harvey was among the last students of Tristano, who is considered one of the most important free jazz improvisers and who played with Dizzy Gillespie and Charlie Parker in the 1940's. Harvey is a true improviser: nothing played the same way twice - endless new ideas picking up where the last one ended. He has performed with vocalist Sheila Jordan, Dave Liebman and Art Farmer. Currently on the faculty of the Winchester Community Music School and the Vermont Jazz Center, formerly on Berklee faculty, Harvey has been teacher and mentor to generations of Boston-area musicians.
With Rick Maida - bass, Scott Goulding - drums, plus guest vocalist TBA.
More About Concord's Colonial Inn
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Concord's Colonial Inn dates from 1716. The Inn is located in the center of historic Concord, a pleasant walk from the famous North Bridge, where colonial Minutemen faced down British redcoats in the first battle of the American Revolution on April 19, 1775. It is steps away from Concord's many unique and creative shops, historic and literary sites and fine dining.
Charming and historical decor are the hallmarks of Concord's Colonial Inn guest rooms, which feature authentic colonial antiques and reproductions, yet offer 21st century amenities such as high-speed Internet, private baths and HBO.
Dining at Concord's Colonial Inn ranges from the casual pub ambience of the Village Forge Tavern, which features live music for most of the nights, to fine dining at the Merchants Row and Liberty Restaurants. Warm days find locals and visitors alike flocking to the front portico for drinks and meals al fresco. Six function rooms are available for meetings and private dinners.