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Content by tag "Chris Jonas"

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Trevor Anderies Quintet at Fresh Santa Fe

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Trevor Anderies Quintet
Fresh Santa Fe
New Music Series
Santa Fe, NM
September 3, 2016

To be perfectly honest, most of the bands that come to Santa Fe, NM are playing fill-in gigs between dates in jny: Albuquerque (or jny: Phoenix) and jny: Denver. And that's okay because it just ...

Kodama Trio: Kodama Trio

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Funny how groups come together. The Kodama Trio, resident in Santa Fe, New Mexico, is comprised of three individuals from completely different backgrounds and completely different parts of the country. Pianist Robert Muller, originally from Portland, OR, has spent time in New York City and Copenhagen. A former student of Andrew Hill at Portland State University, ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Tri-Centric Orchestra Commissioning Series at Roulette

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The Tri-Centric Orchestra
Roulette
Tri-Centric Orchestra Commissioning Series
Brooklyn, NY
Sept. 24-25, 2013

Addressing the audience at Roulette on Sept. 24, halfway through the first of two nights of the Tri-Centric Presenting Series, trumpeter and foundation executive director Taylor Ho Bynum acknowledged the influence of Artistic Director and spiritual godfather ...

Anthony Braxton: Sax Quintet (New York) 1998

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Saxophone agglomerations are not without precedent in reedman/composer Anthony Braxton's copious playbook. Indeed, his “Composition 37" for four saxophones on New York, Fall 1974 (Arista, 1975) could be said to have launched the genre, bringing together as it did three of the founder members of the pioneering World Saxophone Quartet two years before their eventual formation. ...

NEWS: FESTIVAL

October 5th thru 8th, the Tri-Centric Foundation presents a 4-day festival "Energies, Ideas, Intuitions: The Tri-Centric Music of Anthony Braxton" at Roulette's new venue

October 5th thru 8th, the Tri-Centric Foundation presents a 4-day festival "Energies, Ideas, Intuitions: The Tri-Centric Music of Anthony Braxton" at Roulette's new venue

This is the most comprehensive portrait of Anthony Braxton ever presented in the United States, with Braxton himself performing or conducting every night, leading a total of 60+ musicians. There will be world and U.S. premieres every evening. Prior to the event, we have released a FREE special sampler CD of Braxton's works, spanning over 3 decades, which includes an ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Chris Jonas: The Sun Spits Cherries

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If you are a serious, hard working musician with a keen ear for composition and possess some technical gifts you should reap the benefits of maturation, rapid growth and the ability to expand your musical and intellectual horizons! That and performing with modern jazz luminaries such as Cecil Taylor, William Parker and Anthony Braxton will most ...