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Victor Forman

Jazz & Classical Host

Victor Forman has years of experience as a radio host, actor and photographer. He's done voiceovers for radio and TV, co-hosted a nationally syndicated weekly radio program out of San Francisco, and has written, directed and acted in more than 40 radio plays. An avid proponent of arts education, Victor credits his interest in broad genres of music to early exposure to the arts.

Some of Victor's first exposure to music came from his Russian grandmother and Czech grandfather who were always playing records of classical music "from the old country," and from his parents who played LPs of the great jazz singers. At 10 years old Victor began piano lessons and in his late teens took up the bass guitar. Some of Victor's first interest in jazz came through his jazz bassist cousin. He has attended countless opera, classical, rock and jazz concerts literally from coast to coast and today collects and listens to everything from vintage recordings to new styles in both classical and jazz.


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    The Giants of Mainstream Jazz plus today's most exciting straight-ahead emerging artists with contemporary vocals and spices of Blues and Latin Jazz.

    Stories by Victor Forman

  • Katharine Saunders / Taiko Dan

    Taiko Drumming Tradition Celebrates 25 Years In Sacramento

    Wednesday, September 17, 2014

    Sacramento Taiko Dan celebrates 25 years of performing, classes and cultural enrichment with a grand concert including special guests Saturday September 20 at the Crest Theatre.

  • Concert Series Brings Latin Flavor To Sacramento

    Thursday, June 12, 2014

    As Sacramento heats up for the summer so does the music. The annual Fiesta en la Calle series of Latin music concerts returns to Cesar Chavez Plaza Saturdays June 14 through August 2, 5 to 9 p.m.