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Alan Hall

Current composer, band leader and drummer of Ratatet, a neo-jazz sextet based in the San Francisco Bay Area which features Bassoon, Trombone and Vibraphone. Started drumming professionally with a San Jose, California based Mexican American Party Band: "Los Unicos" at age of 13. Began working as jazz drummer in San Francisco Bay Area until departure for Boston, MA. Attended Berklee College of Music and in 1986 joined percussion faculty there for 7years. While in Boston, he worked/recorded with singer Rebecca Parris, Scott Robinson, Stu Hamn, Larry Coryell, among others. Moved to back to California where he played/recorded with Art Lande, Paul McCandless, Kai Eckhardt, Ed Simon, Geoffrey Keezer, Kenny Washigton among others. Currently teacher at California Jazz Conservatory in Berkeley and Cal State East Bay in Hayward.

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7 Mile House Jazz Festival 2018

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7 Mile House Jazz Festival 2018 7 Mile HouseBrisbane CA March 17, 2018 The inaugural 7 Mile House Jazz Festival was a jammed pack event featuring invigorating music running from noon to mid night on St. Patrick's Day. Sitting exactly seven miles south of San Francisco's Portsmouth Square, the historic (and ...

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Groove8 At The San Francisco Fillmore Jazz Festival 2017

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Groove8 San Francisco Fillmore Jazz Festival San Francisco, CAJuly 1-2, 2017 San Francisco's 33rd Annual Fillmore Jazz Festival was a huge, funky street party celebrating numerous music genres, ethnic foods, crafts and more in the city's historical and culturally rich Fillmore neighborhood. This year's edition of the FJF, running between ...

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Dave Bass Says: Go Inside And Outside

Dave Bass Says: Go Inside And Outside

After the 2015 release of Dave Bass’ NYC Sessions (Whaling City Sound), pianist and composer Dave Bass learned quickly how the venue influences the performance. “When we played at a traditional jazz club like Kitano in NYC, we could bring vocalist Karrin Allyson plus a quartet and make a big sound. But smaller gigs at places ...

The Jazzschool Announces May 2013 Concerts

THE JAZZSCHOOL ANNOUNCES MAY 2013 CONCERTS TICKETS ON SALE AT JAZZSCHOOL.ORG BERKELEY, CA: The Jazzschool continues its acclaimed concert series in the heart of the Berkeley Downtown Arts District. All events take place in the historic Kress Building at 2087 Addison Street, near Shattuck, unless noted otherwise. 4th ANNUAL JAZZSCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL INVITATIONAL at ...


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