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Chris Kase

Chris Kase (b. 1964, New Brunswick, NJ) is a jazz trumpeter, flugelhornist, composer and educator who has resided in Madrid, Spain since 1997. He has performed and/or recorded with many well known jazz artists such as: The Mingus Big Band, Adam Nussbaum, Kenny Wheeler, Bob Mintzer, The Bird of Paradise Orchestra, Steve Coleman, Chick Corea, Steve Wilson, Al Foster, Grant Stewart, Bruce Barth, Jacob Sacks, David Berkman, Perico Sambeat, Iñaki Salvador, Jorge Pardo and Don Braden, among others. Presently, Chris maintains an active performance schedule throughout Spain. He is professor of trumpet and improvisation at Musikene, the Superior Conservatory of Music in San Sebastián

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Daniel Cano: Social Music

Read "Social Music" reviewed by Roger Farbey

Interviewed by Bryant Gumbel for NBC's the Today Show in 1982, Miles Davis wrily responded “I don't like that word jazz...I think social music...all the social melodies...out in [the] air...it's not jazz anymore...that's the social music I'm talking about. You take what you want out and leave what you don't like. You know, like food." Thus ...

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Chris Kase: Let Go

Read "Let Go" reviewed by Nicholas F. Mondello

Chris Kase is one of those artists that those in the know, know. The trumpeter, who currently resides, teaches and performs primarily in Spain, is a superb player and composer. All those qualities can be seen in Let Go. It is an intelligent, thought-provoking display of his fine musicianship. “Teaser" opens the session ...

Six

Label: Nuba Records
Released: 2012

Nine Easy Pieces

Label: Satchmo Jazz Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: Numero tres; Pieza facil; Speak Low; Mystery Waltz; Hesitation Tango; Cycle of Cycles: I. Dark Intervial; II. Loose Canon; III. Tiny Gems of Memory; Monje

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Chris Kase: Nine Easy Pieces

Read "Nine Easy Pieces" reviewed by John Kelman

In his detailed liner notes trumpeter Chris Kase attempts to shed some light on the technical considerations behind the compositions on his latest release, Nine Easy Pieces. And it is true that there is a lot of meat in his writing; but what really makes this album succeed is the easygoing manner in which all participants ...


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