Trio Nouveau celebrates Ciao's 2nd Anniversary

Celebrate good local food with swingin' jazz and Trio Nouveau to say thank you to Mark Laska, owner, of Ciao Rustic Italian Restaurant. Mark uses locally grown foods for his artistic cuisine and supports local musicians to create an effervescent atmosphere that is fresh and affordable. Trio Nouveau plays every Friday night thru May. www.ciaowhidbey.com 360-678-0800

Trio Nouveau plays swingin' jazz @ Front Street Grill 4/3/13

Trio Nouveau features the rich interplay of Whidbey Island guitarists Keith Bowers and Troy Chapman accompanied by bassist Kristi O'Donnell as they play the classic jazz tunes from the Great American Songbook. Keith and Troy pull from their life long journeys playing guitar inspired by the Masters:Joe Pass, Wes Montgomery, Django Reinhardt, Herb Ellis, Lenny Breau and Chet Atkins. The Front Street Grill’s house is appreciative of the Trio’s tastefully presented jazz standards. Their music creates a classy and upbeat ambiance for your dining pleasure.

Join us Wednesday April 3rd from 6-8pm! Reservations always welcome by giving us a call at 360-682-2551

Duo Nouveau plays swing jazz First Friday 3/1/13

Rob Schouten Gallery is pleased to announce its first exhibition of fine art photography featuring five Northwest photographers, with the First Friday opening tomorrow, March 1st, 5-8pm

There will be refreshments, entertainment by Duo Nouveau's Keith Bowers and Kristi O'Donnell and the opportunity to meet the photographers: Lorraine Healy, Louie Rochon, Stephen Roxborough, Sandy Rubini and Don Wodjenski.

Rob Schouten Gallery is located at historic Greenbank Farm on scenic Whidbey Island. Winter Hours are 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM on weekends; 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM weekdays; Tuesdays and Wednesdays by appointment only. For further information call 360.222.3070 or visit the website.


Trio Nouveau plays romantic love songs Prima Bistro 2/14/13

We'd love to see you at Prima Bistro for Valentine's Evening Dinner. Enjoy the romantic ambiance to My Funny Valentine, These Foolish Things, Sleepwalk and Moonlight in Vermont.