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Acknowledged in Jazz Times as “a versatile, forwarding looking and accomplished performer,” Michael began his professional career playing Latin Tropical music in Chicago’s inner city at age fifteen. His jazz bass playing has been reviewed in Cadence, Pulse, Jazz USA, Jazz Review, Jazz Word, Jazz Weekly, AMG, New City, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times, The Wire, Jazz at a Glance, Beyond Coltrane, Chicago Reader, All About Jazz, Progression Magazine, and live performances of Michael have been aired on BET, 190 North and local cable. Michael is also an accomplished theatre / pit musician, his performance credits include - national tours of Evita, the international and national touring companies of A Chorus Line, Sid Caesar, Red Skelton, Bob Newhart, Eddy Arnold, Roger Williams and Joseph with Donny Osmond
I have been playing and recording music since childhood. I began playing the double bass as a teenager. I have been lucky to have worked and played with many generous and sharing musicians ever since. I have been the long-standing bassist with the Linda Nash (my wife) Trio for about 35 years. With the Trio, I've appeared with The Al Downing Jazz All Stars, Bobby Enriquez, Profiles In Jazz Big Band & Slide Hampton as well as opening for Al Dimeola, Tito Puente, Dave VanRonk, Slide Hampton, Joey DeFrancesco, Jimmie Vaughan and Brian Bromberg In addition, I have played as a free-lance bassist for many local acts for the last 30 years or more
Jay Heavilin Biographical info. Education: University of Cincinnati. College Conservatory of Music: B. Mus. classical guitar and double bass. 1969-1975 Jazz studies at New School, Boston, MA 1976-1977 Teaching: Musical Arts Center, Cincinnati OH, 1981-1983 Edison College (guitar and double bass), Ft. Myers, FL 1984-1992 Canterbury School (adjunct) 1992-present Brent's Music: 1992-present Teaching philosophy: Emphasis on technique, reading and theory related to individual student interests. Performing: High School rock band 1965-1969 (dances, etc.) restaurants and nightclubs Cincinnati , OH 1970-1975, 1981-1983 restaurants and nightclubs Boston, MA 1975-1981 Bass section (occasional guitar/banjo feature) South West Florida Symphony Ft
With performance credits ranging from orchestral soloist to jazz session player, Toronto bassist Jesse Dietschi is a truly versatile musician and composer equally experienced in jazz, classical, and popular music. Serving as the Principal Bassist of Sinfonia Toronto, he holds an Artist Diploma from the Glenn Gould School (RCM, Toronto) in Orchestral Performance, along with Masters degrees in both Jazz Performance (U of Toronto) and Composition (Brandon University). Jesse is a faculty member at the Southwestern Ontario Suzuki Institute, St. Andrew’s College, and the Oakville Suzuki Association
Band Leader, musician, composer, award-winning record producer, engineer and educator. Rick Kilburn can lay claim to all of the above. Born and raised in a musical family from Vancouver, B.C., Kilburn grew up listening to and playing Jazz. He attended the prestigious Berklee School of Music in Boston, Massachusetts, during 1973/74, and from there moved to New York, where he worked as a bassist with such diverse players as Dave Brubeck, Mose Allison, Airto, Flora Purim and Chet Baker. After ten years in New York, Kilburn returned to the West Coast of British Columbia. He taught music and improvisation at Malaspina College on Vancouver Island from 1984 to 1987 and started his first production company, creating jingles and sound tracks for radio, television and film. Kilburn joined the faculty at Vancouver Community College in 1987, teaching bass and master classes, as well as developing a course in demo production and giving workshops in recording. From 1990 to 1995, he was on the faculty of the Jazz Workshop at the Banff Center for the Arts, originating and developing the audio portion of the program that attracts engineers from around the world
William Chernoff is a Canadian jazz bassist and composer.
Founded by bassist Steve Messick in early 2010, the Endemic Ensemble is a modern jazz quintet based in Seattle, Washington with Messick on double bass, Travis Ranney on tenor and soprano saxophones, Matso Limtiaco on baritone saxophone and bass clarinet, David Franklin on piano, and Christian Krehbiel on drums. The music, composed by Messick, Franklin, and Limtiaco, is influenced by '60s hard bop, big band, and 19th and 20th century classical music, and is described as having "swinging rhythm, great tunes and purposeful playing - always in the service of the song, and usually anchored in the blues" (Lucid Culture)
The Random Access Quartet is not your typical jazz quartet: this quartet's repertoire includes the pens of rock and pop artists, such as Radiohead, Blondie, and Led Zeppelin, alongside jazz artists Wayne Shorter and John Coltrane, to name a few. The Seattle-based quartet features Alexey Nikolaev on tenor sax, Chris Morton on piano, Steve Messick on double bass, and Christian Krehbiel on drums.
Benjamín García (1987, Ciudad de México) Benjamín García cuenta con una extensa carrera dentro de la escena musical de México; es uno de los bajistas mas solicitados de la Ciudad de México. Benjamín se ha presentado por la mayoría de los estados de la República Mexicana, así como en otros países como Costa Rica y Colombia. Comienza sus estudios musicales de piano a la edad de 6 años, a los 12 años ingresa a la Escuela de Música de Bellas Artes en la Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro y posteriormente del año 2006 al 2010 estudia en la Escuela Superior de Música (INBA) la Licenciatura en Jazz con especialidad en Contrabajo. Inició sus estudios de contrabajo con su padre Ricardo García y ha complementado su educación musical con los maestros: Agustin Bernal, Antonio Sánchez, Rufus Reid, Ricky Rodriguez, Gilad Hekselman, Orlando LeFleming, Petros Klampanis y Matt Brewer. Ha asistido a los cursos: Curso Avanzado para Ejecutantes de Jazz 2016 del CENART y De Quinta Producciones. Jazzfest 2009 Seminario & Encuentro Internacional de Jazz. Su versatilidad musical y profesionalismo lo han llevado a tocar con artistas como: Magos Herrera, Mike Moreno, Neal Smith, Jonathan Barber, Taber Gable, Hernán Hecht, Alex Kautz, Fabio Gouvea, Michael Mayo, Natalio Sued, Luis Nacht, Carlos Ann, Albert Vila, entre otros
Chris Coyle is a bassist, composer, and music educator based in Philadelphia, PA. As a very active performer, he can be found in an array of musical settings. As a Jazz performer he works with his own ensembles (Phantasma Trio, Vaux Taux, Outside Sound) and with noted musicians such as John Swana, Behn Gillece, Doug Hirlinger, Matt Scarano, V. Shayne Frederick, and others. Other journeys in genre include Americana (Fish Harmonics, Noggin Hill, Lady Bird), Experimental (Son Step, NotSoSilentCinema, Rhinoceri Trio) and World Music (Oscuro Quintet, Conjunto Philadelphia, West Philadelphia Orchestra)