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Paul Shrofel Trio

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The Segal Centre for Performing Arts presents Pianist Paul Shrofel, a Megillah family friend, and his trio in concert this April 3, 2011.

Pianist Paul Shrofel has brought his masterful playing to New York, Tokyo, across Canada and beyond. Releasing three of his own albums, Paull has lent his skill to a number of other artists, and works as the musical director for Russian-born, Juno award-winning jazz singing sensation, Sophie Milman. Paul has played alongside jazz stars such as Kurt Elling, Wynton Marsallis and Randy Bachman. His trio includes Jim Doxas on drums and Montreal bassist Morgan Moore.

We hope many of our Montreal based friends will come and enjoy this wonderful evening. Megillah Editors Micheal D. Hanna-Fein and Arnold will be there, and they hope you will be too.

Segal Centre
5170 Côte-Ste-Catherine
Montréal, Quebec, Canada H3W 1M7
Tel. (514) 739-2301
Fax (514) 739-9340

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