The first of two programs where Peterborough composer of works for the Piano-forté, Jarret Prescott, takes us on a journey exploring the works of pianist Keith Jarrett. I start out with a composition that Jarret says “sums up what I like to say about Jarrett being a conduit between Eastern and Western musical traditions, and also speaks to him as a bridge between jazz and the greater world itself”. Also a ‘blindfold test’ of a Keith Jarrett related recording that will surprise many listeners. And lots more! I even get to throw in a touch of Chet Baker, Frank Sinatra, and Oscar Peterson.