While taking a break from director Bop Decameron in Rome, Woody Allen took out his clarinet and gave fans an impromptu performance at The Bernini Bristol Hotel Saturday. Allen, who has been playing the clarinet since the 1950s, told the Village Voice that “jazz has a mythological feeling to it—time has done that. And early jazz especially, since it was the birth of the art form. I just love it.”
Allen’s like our very own Ron Burgundy. Ahh I can year the yazz flute from here.