Welcome to Truluck Music!
A new piece for piano four hands is available called Mostly Dorian

About Truluck Jazz Trio

Carla Bartlett, piano

Sean Reznwizcky, bass

Ian Flores, drums

The Truluck Jazz Trio has been together since August 2017, performing standards of the classic jazz repertoire from early to contemporary styles. The trio features Carla Bartlett on piano, Sean Rzewnicki on upright bass, and Ian Flores on drums. The trio is available for events of all kinds.

Carla Bartlett studied piano, composition, and conducting at California State University Northridge and is currently working with jazz pianist Janet Jones. She is an active composer with her compositions available from Truluck Music. She is a retired music teacher with 38 years of teaching experience.

Sean Reznwizcky hails from the suburbs of Chicago where he began playing music at the age of 12 and quickly began performing and writing. At 18 he moved to Hollywood, studying electric bass at the Musicians Institute with Michael Mennelle and acoustic with Putter Smith. Sean is currently a Herb Alpert Scholar at California State University Northridge, studying with Gary Pratt. As a member of the spectacular Jazz A Band, Sean has just completed a two-week tour of New Zealand with the A Band. He also writes for his own jazz quintet. Sean has performed with the Opera on the Glass, The Battle of the Big Bands-Tommy Dorsey and Glen Miller Bands, LAPD Concert Band and Jazz Band, and the Buzz Maddux Octet, among others. Sean’s love of music is only matched by his love for his fellow man: working tirelessly to bring hope and inspiration to the world through his music.

Ian Flores is a Los Angeles based drummer who specializes in jazz performance. He performs in the Cal State Los Angeles Jazz Ensemble and studies with award-winning drummer Jeff Hamilton. He is a very versatile player and has performed in several professional musical productions as well as moonlighting as a classic rock drummer.

About Truluck Jazz Trio Sample Jazz Repertoire:

  1. Early Jazz Influences
    Maple Leaf Rag
    Negro Spirituals
    Fats Waller stylings
  2. Big Band Era
    Duke Ellington: Take the “A” Train, In a Mellow Tone
    Benny Goodman: Stompin’ at the Savoy
    Gershwin: Our Love is Here to Stay
  3. BeBop Era
    Thelonious Monk: Well You Needn’t
    Charlie Parker: Yardbird Suite
    Miles Davis: Autumn Leaves, Freddie Freeloader
    Bill Evans: On Green Dolphin Street
    Dizzie Gillespie: Night in Tunisia
  4. The 1960s & 1970s
    Ahmad Jamal: Song for My Father
    Herbie Hancock: Maiden Voyage
    Lee Morgan: Sidewider
    Sonny Rollins: St. Thomas

We are also open to requests!
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