Salonline 2024-06-30 Trio LoCo

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Sunday, June 30 2024

— a “hybrid” event —

Matt Trimboli, guitar
Dan Perriello, drums
Eugenio Ibarz, bass

An evening of guitar trio jazz featuring selections from legendary jazz recordings.


So What

Just Friends

Black Orpheus

Take Five

In a Sentimental Mood


In Walked Bud

Along Came Betty

All Blues


Guitarist Matt Trimboli attended the Berklee College of Music and received his BA in jazz performance from William Paterson University in his native New Jersey where he studied with Vic Juris, Bucky Pizzarelli, Rufus Reid, and David Berger among other renowned faculty. After gigging in the NYC area for several years, including a 2-year engagement with Grammy winner Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks on guitar and tenor banjo, he moved to Northern Virginia where he freelances on guitar, bass, and banjo in jazz combos, big bands and theater orchestras. Since 2002, he has also been the music director and staff arranger for Swing Shift, an 18-piece big band performing throughout the DC metro area.

Matt is an active member and big band leader with the Loudon Jazz Society; they organize a Jazz Jam Session on the third Sunday of each month

Dan Perriello is a born drummer.  When his parents couldn’t afford a drum set or lessons, Dan began air drumming with chopsticks – reading, watching and listening to everything he could to teach himself drums. Finally acquiring a vintage Rogers set two agonizing years later, he joined his first band and played his first gig within months.  In the more than 30 years since, Dan has performed with countless top Washington, DC musicians at major venues such as the 9:30 Club, HFStival, and Nationals Park, opening for acts ranging from Andrew WK and Gavin DeGraw to comedian Bob Sagat.  He has drummed on several EPs and full-length albums, including the Wammie-award winning “Second Place Confession” by Bicycle Thieves and “Wanderlust” by Laura Burhenn.  Writing and recording original songs under the name Amateur Hour, Dan has had music from his recording “This Year’s Epiphany” licensed to television networks and programs such as  “Diners, Dives and Drive-Ins” and the Golf Channel.  A passionate musician and educator, Dan brings the same joyful exuberance to his performances and lessons as he felt when he got his first kit.

Dan teaches at Minton’s Academy of Music and organizes a monthly Jazz Jam Session, typically on the second Sunday of the month.

Bassist Eugenio Ibarz was born in Barcelona (Spain). He learned classical guitar, and then transitioned to jazz guitar. In the 90’s he was a freelance guitar player and teacher, giving lessons and playing electric guitar and electric bass in different bands. Eugenio moved to the U.S. in 2002, where he taught guitar for a few years, learned the upright bass with Pepe González in DC, and has been performing actively in duos and jazz groups in the DMV area since 2018.

You can catch Eugenio at Bourbon Boulevard (a steakhouse in Chantilly) where he plays at least every Tuesday — usually as a jazz duo, with Matt Trimboli and other players throughout the month, and some weekends with other local bands such as Courtney Nero’s Quartet, and Mike Quinn’s Jazz Infuzion.

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