Jeff Chambers "Power Trio"
Bassist Jeff Chambers
has played with many great jazz artists including Buddy Montgomery,
Dizzy Gillespie, Les McCann, Eddie Harris, Benny Carter, Tommy
Flanagan, Joe Henderson, Dakota Staton, McCoy Tyner, Joe Williams,
Little Jimmie Scott, Tony Williams, Frank Morgan, Dr. Dorothy Donegan,
Kenny Burrell, James Moody, Nat Adderley, Milt Jackson, John Hendricks,
Benny Golson, Larry Coryell, Hank Crawford, Abbey Lincoln, Ernestine
Anderson, Don Cherry, Clifford Jordan, Laurindo Almeida, Teddy Edwards,
Roy McCurdy, Richie Cole, Slide Hampton, George Coleman, Mel Lewis,
Archie Shepp, Cedar Walton, Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Ahmad Jamal, Pharoah
Sanders, Houston Person, Bobby Hutcherson, Charlie Rouse, and Marlena
He appeared previously at Chez Hanny with his own trio, Eddie Marshall,
Patti Wicks, Jerome Sabbagh, Glen Pearson, and Knucklebean.
Pianist Peter Horvath has been perfecting his craft
age of 6 when he began taking classical piano lessons. Born in
Budapest, Hungary, he attended the Bela Bartok Conservatory of Music.
At age 17, he won the National Jazz Combo Competition in Gyor, Hungary.
Two years later he moved to Austria to attend the Vienna Conservatory
Establishing himself quickly in the Austrian jazz scene, he began
playing and touring with jazz notables such as Leo Wright, Louie
In 1983, Peter moved to the U.S., where he studied at the Berklee
College of Music in Boston. He has since performed, toured, and
recorded with a long line of world-class artists, including Bobby
Hutcherson, Joe Henderson, Richie Cole, Benny Maupin, Bob Sheppard,
Tiger Okoshi, Victor Bailey, Lalah Hathaway, Keith Washington, Rosie
Gaines, Ray Obiedo, Kenneth Nash, J. Spencer, the Braxton Brothers, and
the Oakland Symphony.
He appeared previously at Chez Hanny with Jeff Chambers, Charles
McNeal, Doug Webb, and Michael Zilber.
17-year-old Timothy Angulo is a talented up and
coming drummer on the jazz scene. Some of his major influences are the
great drummers such as Billy Higgins, Philly Joe Jones, Jimmy Cobb, Art
Blakey, Tony Williams, Elvin Jones, Roy Haynes, and Louis Hayes. He
currently studies under master drummer Sly Randolph.
Tim plays with the Berkeley High School jazz combo that placed first at
the 2015 Monterey Next Generation Jazz Festival, earning the right to
perform at the next Monterey Jazz Festival.
He is afforded wonderful opportunities to perform regularly with Bay
Area greats like Geechi Taylor and Marcus Shelby.