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Howard Levy & Chris Siebold Duo - Live@210


Thursday, November 2, 2017 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (CDT)

Howard Levy & Chris Siebold Duo - Live@210

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Premium Plus. 2 Drink Min
High-Tops are tables for 2 people. Priority Table Seating are rows of 2 top tables from the stage back. Couch sections have comfortable lounge and couch seats with a low coffee table. We advise arriving early for best selection of seats. 2 Drink Minimum per person
Nov 2, 2017 $27.00 $2.48
Premium. 2 Drink Minimum
European Table Seating includes seating at tables for 4, 6 and 8. King-Queen Lounge seats have a small table for each pair of seats. We advise arriving early for best selection of seats. 2 Drink Minimum per person
Nov 2, 2017 $22.00 $2.20

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Doors open to public 5pm--Come early and enjoy Chef Jeff's outstanding new sharing menu

Tickets $27/$22 advance, $27 day of show. 2 Drink Minimum* per person

Howard Levy’s virtuosic harmonica and piano playing, Chris Siebold’s masterful resonator guitar work (and soulful singing on a few numbers) - that’s all you need for an evening of music that shows their wide range of influences and experiences:  jazz, blues, pop, classical and original compositions that transcend genre or category.  All the while, the spirit of adventure and improvisation of jazz permeates the music created by these two masters. 
Multiple Grammy-winner Howard Levy is an acknowledged master of the diatonic harmonica, a superb pianist, innovative composer, recording artist, bandleader, teacher, and producer.  He’s played with top symphony orchestras, regularly on A Prairie Home Companion on NPR, as an original member of Béla Fleck & the Flecktones, and on numerous recordings by world-renowned artists (Paul Simon, Donald Fagen, Paquito D’Rivera, John Prine and dozens more).  Chris Siebold, a guitarist hand-picked by Howard, draws from a deep well of influences and a wide variety of styles to match: from bluegrass to bebop, big band, jazz, rock, R&B and much more in his 20-year career.   
The Howard Levy & Chris Siebold Duo has performed in numerous theaters, universities and clubs across the US, South America and Europe.  from the PDF

"The tour de force, however, came when Levy – also an accomplished pianist – sat down at the grand to accompany himself on "You Don't Know What Love Is." Close your eyes, and you would have sworn a very sensitive pianist was working with an uncommonly expressive harmonica player. In a way, that's what happened, but both roles were rendered by the same person, Levy's left hand articulating piano chords and melody lines in dialogue with his harmonica., HOWARD REICH, CHICAGO TRIBUNE


“It was easy to be astounded by the technique, speed, playfulness and stylistic dexterity set in motion last night by pianist/harmonica ace Howard Levy and steel guitarist Chris Siebold… but at the end of it was the sheer sense of invention that ignited all of those attributes…


"Having one player tackle a lead or solo while the other offers rhythmic accompaniment is fairly routine. Switching those roles at regular intervals is far trickier. But here is what Levy and Siebold did. Levy often established a melody, reversed lead and rhythm roles with Siebold, then switched from harmonica to piano and started the whole process again.


And it wasn’t Levy that was doing all the talking, either. Aside from serving as a highly instinctive accompanist, Siebold displayed a dizzying speed and precision on resophonic steel guitar that brought to mind the skills of such jazz fusion pros as Al DiMeola and John McLaughlin.”  WALTER TUNIS,  THE MUSICAL BOX


“Levy is a virtuoso multi-instrumentalist...”DOWNBEAT MAGAZINE                            


"Amazing!  He's like Stravinsky or Beethoven playing the harmonica!"


                                                                        GARRISON KEILLOR


CO- WINNER OF THE JAZZ TIMES READERS POLL 2011 in the Miscellaneous Instrument category


“perhaps the most radical single technical innovator in the history of his instrument”  


                                                            HARMONICA & HARPS MAGAZINE.

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    210 Green Bay Road
    Highwood, IL 60040

    Thursday, November 2, 2017 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (CDT)

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    210 is the North Shore's dining and live entertainment destination -- high quality sound and live music five nights a week, and on the weekends a supper club that turns night club.

    We have a cool, industrial chic space with a large stage, big dance floor and great professional sound.

    Our chef prepares a wide range of interesting and delicious dishes from traditional bbq, to homemade soups and salads. to some of the most enticing desserts you will experience. and don't miss our hand-cut made-to-order truffle fries.

    Our chef takes inspiration for the menu from the live music and infuses influences, ingredients and preparations from around the world.  

    210 Restaurant & Live Music Lounge is fast becoming the North Shore's premier live music venue. We aim to provide our patrons with high-quality musical entertainment from a variety of genres.

    Our space is available for both private and semi-private events.  Visit our website if you are looking for a place to host a party or corporate outing.

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