One piano, four hands July 5, 2018 on Entertainment, Lifestyle Newark Star-Ledger reviewer Zan Stewart writes no one sounds quite like Bruce Barth. “His solos are characterized by robust swing, his ability to tell a story, and by his rich, beguiling sound.” Eri Yamamoto’s trio performs regularly at Arthur’s Tavern, a historic jazz club in New York’s Greenwich Village.JIMMY KATZ PHOTO Jazz pianist and composer Bruce Barth, whom The New Yorker magazine described as an “unabashed swinger who can light up a room with his rhythmic panache,” and Japanese pianist Eri Yamamoto, considered one of the freshest, innovators in the jazz world, will grace Stonington’s gWatson Gallery at 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, July 15. Celebrating its 20th season, gWatson features live jazz artists during the summer. This season’s lineup also will include guitarist/vocalist Camila Meza and pianist Aaron Goldberg, among others. In addition, the gallery has on view new paintings by Joel Janowitz, Alexandra Tying and other contemporary painters and printmakers. For more info, call 367-2900 and visit www.gwatsongallery.com.