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Peter Paulsen Trio: A Few Thoughts

Read "A Few Thoughts" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Bassist and composer Peter Paulsen is not reticent in his willingness to quote the bible. He specifically cites Matthew 13: 31-32 in stating an approach to creating music rooted in observation and execution through improvisation, communication and impulsiveness. He references a line regarding the mustard seed, saying it is..."the least of all the seeds; but when ...

NEWS: EVENT

Impromptu Jazz Composition at the Neighborhood House on September 27th

Friday, September 27th; 7:45pm The American Composers Forum, jny: Philadelphia Chapter (ACF Philadelphia) will present a site-specific musical challenge to three prominent Philadelphia jazz composer/performers in front of a live audience: to produce artistic explorations of various aspects of the Neighborhood House and Christ Church. The musical and inspirational elements for these works will be suggested on ...

Take Five With Ryan Kauffman

Read "Take Five With Ryan Kauffman" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Meet Ryan Kauffman: “What is not to like about a throaty tenor saxophone with a big aggressive sound, a full voiced soprano saxophone or a hauntingly velvety flute?" --Craig W. Hurst



Ryan Kauffman is a saxophonist and private teacher in central and eastern Pennsylvania. He currently leads his own jazz trio and ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Free MP3 Download: Peter Paulsen's "Tight Lipped" from Change of Scenery

Free MP3 Download: Peter Paulsen's "Tight Lipped" from Change of Scenery

Download “Tight Lipped," a free MP3 from Peter Paulsen's latest release Change of Scenery.

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About Peter Paulsen Peter Paulsen was a student of Dr. Irving Cohen at West Chester University as a recipient of the Rob Simon Memorial ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Peter Paulsen Sextet: Change of Scenery

Read "Change of Scenery" reviewed by John Kelman

Building on the success of Tri-Cycle (Wahbo, 2005), Peter Paulsen expands from piano trio to multi-horn sextet. It's more ambitious, not just for the larger palette from which the bassist draws, but because, unlike Tri-Cycle's mix of originals and craftily arranged material by others, Change of Scenery consists entirely of Paulsen originals, with the exception of ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Peter Paulsen Trio: Tri-Cycle

Read "Tri-Cycle" reviewed by John Kelman

One of last year's most pleasant surprises was Philadelphia-based pianist Jeff Baumeister's debut, Useful Music. Multifaceted, intelligent writing and strong group chemistry made it all the more surprising that Baumeister's quartet--which has clearly been doing its share of woodshedding--came seemingly out of nowhere. The days where an artist emerges as a leader following mentorship with established ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Peter Paulsen Quintet: Three-Stranded Cord

Read "Three-Stranded Cord" reviewed by Tony Rogers

It’s all very well to speak in abstractions about the state of the local jazz scene, but the proof, as they say, is in the playing. With talents like Ben Schachter, Tom Lawton and Bootsie Barnes keeping plenty busy in area clubs and recording studios, it’s clear that Philly and its extended environs have one of ...