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Greg Sinibaldi

Saxophonist and composer Greg Sinibaldi has established himself as one of Seattle’s most inventive musicians, embracing a diverse musical world. Whether he’s performing with his groups Goat or Burn List, playing in the metal band Uncle Pooch, or composing new chamber music, he brings forth a characteristic and unique performance each time he plays. Inspired by a wide range of music and art, Greg has developed a unique improvisational language, developing a virtuosic and rich sonic palette. Inspired by collaborations with many musical innovators Greg has worked and performed with Gunther Schuller, Jimmy Giuffre, Bill Frisell, Wayne Horvitz, Cuong Vu, Ted Poor, Ryan Ferreira, Robert Dick, Amy Denio, Dave Douglas, Matt Moran, Rueben Radding, Jesse Canterbury and many others

Ariel

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2017
Track listing: 1. Arrival of the Bee Box - 10:42 2. Lady Lazarus - 4:01 3. Cut - 4:36 4. Lady Lazarus Part II - 11:26 5. Black Sweet Blood Mouthfuls - 7:23 6. The Atrocity of Sunsets - 6:15 7. Wintering in the Dark - 7:44 8. Elm - 5:39

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Greg Sinibaldi: Ariel

Read "Ariel" reviewed by Paul Rauch

Sylvia Plath's chilling second book of poetry, “Ariel," published posthumously in 1965, revealed evocative free flowing images, and minacious psychic landscapes exuding hope while hovering on the precipice of darkness. With his new release, Ariel, Seattle based saxophonist Greg Sinibaldi explores the inner and outer reaches of Plath's work by convening a trio with guitarist Ryan ...

Cuong Vu Trio Meets Pat Metheny

Read "Cuong Vu Trio Meets Pat Metheny" reviewed by Dave Wayne

A good chunk of the jazz-consuming public first became aware of Cuong Vu's virtuoso trumpet playing via his work with the Pat Metheny Group during the 2000s. For those of us already familiar with Vu's work, the move seemed a bit out-of-character, as the young trumpeter was a prominent player in the hyper-adventurous downtown NYC scene ...

At The Reception

Label: Songlines Recordings
Released: 2014
Track listing: A Walk in the Rain; Forgiveness; Daylight; Trish; Barber Shop; Ironbound; Redux #2 (Daylight); Prepaid Funeral; First Light; Sweeter Than The Day; Disingenuous Firefight; At the Reception; Redux #4 (Sweeter Than the Day).

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PDX Jazz @ The Mission Theater Presents Cuong Vu, October 26

PDX Jazz @ The Mission Theater Presents Cuong Vu, October 26

PDX Jazz, the presenting organization of the Portland Jazz Festival in partnership with The Mission Theater, along with The Crystal Hotel and our media sponsor KMHD Radio, is set to continue the PDX Jazz @ The Mission Theater series with Cuong Vu on Wednesday, October 26th at 8pm. The world renowned Vietnamese trumpeter will be performing ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Zubatto Syndicate: Zubatto Syndicate

Read "Zubatto Syndicate" reviewed by Marshall Taylor

Seattle's Zubatto Syndicate--the brainchild of longtime resident and guitarist/composer Andrew Boscardin--are anything but the typical footprint in the sand. Pervading the musical spectrum to touch on genres as disparate as classical and ska punk, the group's self-titled debut is an epitome of the band itself: a radical fusion of familiar musical ideas esoteric enough to intrigue ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Kenosha Kid: Steamboat Bill, Jr

Read "Steamboat Bill, Jr" reviewed by Phil DiPietro

Guitarist Dan Nettles may still make his home where he grew up in Athens, Georgia, but musically he knows no bounds--geographical or otherwise. Neither, it seems, do the members of his far-flung collective; his Kenosha Kids, as it were. Listening to, among others, Athens' killing rhythm section of Jeff Reilly on drums and Neal Fountain on ...


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