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To hear music samples of our work (Audio Demo's) for Corporate Events click on "Work in Las Vegas" and then on each of three tracks (samples) on the left.

You can also watch our Video Demo for Corporate Events on the same page.

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Listen to 3 full-length compositions written by Eugene Shapiro and performed by the Shapiro Project. Enjoy the music! Book us for a Concert you won't forget, full of energy, excellent high-level performance, great music, cool grooves, and lots of fun.  Then scroll down to listen to 4 live tracks from our recent concert, and a track from another live concert featuring music of Wayne Shorter.



Eternal Quest

If you like energetic, expressive, "on the edge," modal, hard swinging straight-ahead Jazz listen to this one. It doesn't get more intense. Great swinging tune with a gorgeous slow intro/ending played by the Shapiro Project. Written by Eugene Shapiro. CD: "True Colors." Label: TNC Jazz Recordings. Credits: Written by Eugene Shapiro. Performed by the Shapiro Project.



Grace

Beautiful composition with very expressive solos. Pretty melody and nice harmony. If you like Bossa Novas this one is for you. CD: "True Colors." Label: TNC Jazz Recordings. Credits: Written by Eugene Shapiro. Performed by the Shapiro Project.



Never

Jazz-rock/Fusion composition. Cool groove, memorable melody and great solos by sax, guitar and drums. If you like Funk style listen to this one. you'll love it! CD: "True Colors." Label: TNC Jazz Recordings. Credits: Written by Eugene Shapiro. Performed by the Shapiro Project.

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The next 4 tracks, as mentioned above, are from our recent live concert of 2010 in St. George, UT. 2 of them are full-length and the other 2 are excerpts. You will also find videos of a couple of these on our YouTube page. These were recorded live on a portable digital recorder placed on stage, so the quality of the recording is not perfect. But we believe these are about the quality of playing and not the quality of recording (though the recording clearly allows to hear what's being played). We believe these represent very good examples of our live performances. Take a listen and we hope you enjoy!


Science

Presented here in full, Science is Funk/Fusion composition in the best traditions of Wayne Shorter. Outline: Intro, Head (Melody), Saxophone Solo, Interlude, Guitar Solo, Interlude, Keyboard Solo, Head (Melody) Out, Drum Solo. Credits: Written by Eugene Shapiro (c2010 by ASCAP). Performed by the Shapiro Project: Eugene Shapiro-guitar, Boris Shapiro-drums, Phil Wigfall-alto saxophone, Brian Triola-keyboards.



The Road to Hana

Excerpt from (Road to Hana) a straight-ahead Jazz (Swing) composition. Writing and playing inspired by the great Wes Montgomery. Outline: Intro, Head (Melody), Interlude, Guitar Solo, Interlude (fades out). Credits: Written by Eugene Shapiro (c2007 by ASCAP). Performed by the Shapiro Project: Eugene Shapiro-guitar, Boris Shapiro-drums, Phil Wigfall-alto saxophone, Brian Triola-keyboards.



Song for Bilbao

Presented here in full, Song for Bilbao is a Latin Jazz composition by Pat Metheny. Outline: Intro (Melody), Guitar Solo, Keyboard Solo, Soprano Saxophone Solo, Drum Solo, Head (Melody) Out, Outro (Guitar/Sax trading). Credits: Written by Pat Metheny. Performed by the Shapiro Project: Eugene Shapiro-guitar, Boris Shapiro-drums, Phil Wigfall-alto/soprano saxophone, Brian Triola-keyboards.



Mr. Scofield

Excerpt from (Mr. Scofiled) a Funk/Jazz-rock composition, influenced by music of John Scofield. Outline: Interlude (after the Head), Guitar/Keyboard Solo (trading), Interlude, Alto Saxophone Solo, Interlude (fades out). Credits: written by Eugene Shapiro (c2005 by ASCAP). Performed by the Shapiro Project: Eugene Shapiro-guitar, Boris Shapiro-drums, Phil Wigfall-alto saxophone, Brian Triola-keyboards.




We were privileged to play a concert featuring the music of Wayne Shorter in May of 2011 at the Winchester Cultural Center. Wayne Shorter is one of my favorite Jazz composers and main influences in Jazz. I wrote arrangements of his tunes for this concert, which we recorded live on a portable device. Here is (below) one of Mr. Shorter's compositions, Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum. Credits: written by Wayne Shorter, arranged by Eugene Shapiro. Performed by the Shapiro Project: Eugene Shapiro-guitar, Boris Shapiro-drums, Phil Wigfall-alto saxophone, Brian Triola-keyboards.

Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum











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