The Jazz Jam Eulipions that I attended last Sunday was a very energetic and exciting event

The Jazz Jam Eulipions that I attended last Sunday was a very energetic and exciting event. I have never experienced jazz music and I have never been to jazz concert through whole my life. Therefore, it is hard for me to choose which jazz concert would give me the most enjoyable experience. I did some research for jazz concerts and I decided to go to The Jazz Jam Eulipions because it was in downtown San Jose and it was free.
The concert was led by trumpeter Al Molina. The band consists of five players and everyone else can sign up to play with the band if they are interested. On bass was Peter Barshay, Larry Chinn was the pianist, tenor saxophone was Tod Dickow and Paul Yonemura was on the drums. I observed that the band prepared very thoroughly before playing. The romantic melody of the saxophone caught my attention from the first moment. It sounded exactly what I wanted to hear from jazz music. It was so soft and gentle that made I feel so comfortable. In the middle of the song, it was a solo saxophone. The saxophonist seemed to be improvising during his solo. The saxophone was so beautiful and played so well. The audience applauded warmly for that soothing solo. The swing and syncopation, improvisation helped to keep a great rhythm during the whole performance. The sounds were getting louder and all the instruments met at the peak of the song. The audience were clapping non stop for that perfect moment.
The jazz band members were so amazing and they put everything they have into music to perform for the audience. This was a very fun and I was so happy to be apart of it. The Jazz Jam Eulipions concert at downtown San Jose was a great experience about jazz that I would not have listened to if I did not do this assignment.

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