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Elliot Bild

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Originally from Chicago, trumpeter, educator, and composer Elliot Bild got his undergraduate degree from Western Michigan University where he studied with Scott Cowan, Andrew Rathbun and Edward Simon. Shortly after, he completed his Masters Degree from Temple University where he studied with Terell Stafford, John Swana and Dick Oatts. In August 2017, Elliot was selected along with 14 other fellows to participate in the Ravinia Steins Music Institute, a week-long workshop focusing on composition where he worked with Rufus Reid, Nathan Davis and Billy Childs. Later that summer, Elliot attended the Banff Workshop for Jazz and Creative Music, where he had the chance to work with Gary Bartz, Jeremy Pelt, Vijay Iyer, Tyshawn Sorey, Robin Eubanks and Tia Fuller, among others

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Parallels of Latitude

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Duration: 9:04

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Article: Album Review

Elliot Bild & the Zone: ISMS

Read "ISMS" reviewed by Nicholas F. Mondello


A textural and improvisational tour de force from Elliot Bild and the Zone, ISMS, recorded live, consists of ten selections—nine of which are Bild originals—and offers up an evening of intelligent and enlightening jazz. “Army of Aliens (Your Thoughts)" opens the set and is a classic hard-bop burner with Bild and saxophonist Hudson-Casanova lifting ...

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For Wednesday

Featuring the music of Elliot Bild
Duration: 5:52

Trumpeter Elliot Bild and The Zone performed Live at Chris's Jazz Cafe on September 18th, 2019. Featuring Michael Hudson Casanova (saxophone), Benjamin Karp (guitar), Steven Perry (vibraphone), Mike Boone (bass) and Gusten Rudolph (drums).
Album

Voice = Power

Label: Next Level
Released: 2020
Track listing: Providence; Speaking Back Through Time; Interlude 1; Stargazer II; 3; Interlude 2; A Mannequin's Hands; Crucian Lullaby; Interlude 3; This is Our Moment.

Album

ISMS

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: Army of Aliens (Your Thoughts), Lines and Dots, What's Within, Numb, Fighting, Subconscious Resentment, Parallels of Latitude, Fighting What's Within, Law and Order, ISMS

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News: Recording

Bassist Nicholas Krolak Inspires Listeners To Find And Use One’s Voice To Impact The World Around Oneself With His Sophomore Album, 'Voice = Power.

Bassist Nicholas Krolak Inspires Listeners To Find And Use One’s Voice To Impact The World Around Oneself With His Sophomore Album, 'Voice = Power.

Bassist, composer, and lyricist Nicholas Krolak is no stranger to the complexities of the modern world in which we live. As a musician, Krolak understands it is not enough for him to merely preserve tradition, but it is not possible to move forward without it. As a person, he understands the dual necessity of walking in ...

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Article: Album Review

Alex Delcourt: To My Brothers

Read "To My Brothers" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer


This album by bassist Alex Delcourt is a treasure of a recording, a contemporary mirror of the hard bop movement of the past. It's as if that music awakened from its sleep years later and is as fresh today as it was then. Except for seasoned valve trombonist and trumpeter John Swana, the personnel consists of ...


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