October 3rd – First Thursdays: “Bill Evans, Time Remembered” film screening

Music analysis by composer,arranger,pianist: Scott Healy

 Bruce Spiegel has produced a complete documentary giving you insights into Bill Evans; not just the musician, but also the person. The film moves chronologically starting with Bill’s childhood in New Jersey and culminating with details about his death.

“The film Bill Evans, Time Remembered took me 8 years to make. Eight years of tracking down anybody who knew Bill and who played with him, to try and find out as much as I could about the illusive and not easy to understand Bill Evans. I feel very honored to have had the chance to interview and get to know good guys that spent a lot of time with Bill: Billy Taylor, Gene Lees, Tony Bennett, Jack DeJohnette, Jon Hendricks, Jim Hall, Bobby Brookmeyer, Chuck Israels, Paul Motian, Gary Peacock, Joe LaBarbera. It was a once in a life time experience talking to these gifted talented guys about their time in jazz music, about their “Time Remembered“ with Bill Evans. – Bruce Spiegel” DOWNBEAT MAGAZINE

Award of Excellence – Hollywood International Independent Documentary Awards | Best Feature Documentary – Around International Film Festival – Paris | Best Music Documentary – Logcinema Music Film Festival | Best Documentary – Mediterranean Film Festival | Best Documentary – SnowDance Film Awards | Best Documentary – Hollywood Hills Film Awards | Best Documentary – Logcinema Art Films | Best Documentary Feature Film – Five Continents International Film Festival | Bronze Award Bi Monthly Competition – Mindfield Film Festival Albuquerque | Best Biographical Documentary – Oniros Film Awards | Semi Finalist Award Winner – Meraki Film Festival | Platinum Winner Monthly Competition – Mindfield Festival in Los Angeles | Award of Recognition Monthly Competition – Accolade Global Film Competition | Second Place Overall Monthly Competition – 12 Months Film Festival | Best Documentary – Alternative Film Festival | Best of Show – Depth of Field Film Festival | Best of Show – Docs Without Borders Film Festival | Best Documentary Feature Film – Montevideo International Film Festival | Best Documentary Film – Nisville Movie Summit |Honorable Mention – Festigious International Film Festival | Best Feature Documentary – Black Sea Film Festival | Best Documentary – Nederland International Film Festival |



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Thursday, October 3, 2019
7:00 pm –  Meet and Greet
7:30 pm – Program

ASMAC Members / Students – FREE
SCL & AWFC – $5
Non-Members/Public – $15

LA Valley College – Recital Hall
5800 Fulton Ave. Valley Glen CA

(FREE parking in lot on corner of Fulton & Oxnard)
-enter on Fulton then turn left! (just South of Oxnard)

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Scott Healy is a multitasking, Grammy-nominated composer, recording artist, producer, bandleader, pianist and multi-keyboardist. He is best-known for playing in the house band for Conan O’Brien. His 2013 release, Hudson City Suite, by the 10-piece Scott Healy Ensemble garnered worldwide praise, stellar online and print reviews, national jazz radio airplay, and a 2014 Grammy nomination for Best Instrumental Composition. He was featured on the cover of the February, 2015 issue of Keyboard Magazine, and he was also profiled in the March, 2013 issue of Downbeat. Scott’s work reflects his classical piano, composition, conducting and orchestration training, as well as his years in the studio and on the stage. He has recorded and performed with many of the greats in rock, blues, R&B and jazz, from Tony Bennett to BB King to Bruce Springsteen. He has worked as an arranger for major label releases, received commissions from orchestras and chamber ensembles, and composed and produced music for film and TV. He is also a busy session player in NYC and LA on piano, organ, electronic keyboards and accordion. Discover more about Scott at www.bluedogmusic.com