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Jaelem Bhate is a conductor, composer, and bandleader from Vancouver, B.C. whose musical diversity has come to define his career. Equally comfortable in the jazz and classical worlds, he has been hailed as one of Canada’s most promising emerging artists. Jaelem obtained his Master of Music degree in Orchestral Conducting in May, 2019 from UBC in Vancouver, and holds a Bachelor’s degree in percussion performance also from UBC. He has maintained parallel studies in composition throughout his time as a student. As a composer, Jaelem has been praised for possessing “a personal and highly effective voice” (Canadian Music Center, 2018) and has written music for a wide array of ensembles and soloists
By Jaelem Bhate
Label: Self Produced
Track listing: On the Edge; Wishful Thinking; When I Was Loved; Pacific Suite I: Straits and Narrows; Pacific Suite II: Weeping Skies; Pacific Suite III: Uninhabitation; Pacific Suite IV: Sea of Glass; Strung Along; You Will Be OK.
Kevin Jackson is a trombonist and educator from Wetaskiwin, Alberta. Kevin obtained a Bachelor of Music and a Bachelor of Education from the University of Lethbridge Alberta. He has also recently completed his Masters of Music studying with VSO principal tubist Peder MacLellan at UBC. During his time at UBC Kevin played a variety of roles including section leader, principle trombone for Symphony and Symphonic Wind ensembles and lead trombone for Jazz Ensemble 1. Kevin is a versatile performer who enjoys playing in a variety of genres including orchestra, wind ensemble, big band, combo, brass quintet, trombone ensemble and many more
by Joe Dimino
This week we start with the talented LA-based piano and composer Kait Dunton spinning her title track off Planet D'Earth. From there, we get into her influence, Diana Krall, some new Al Foster and a live cut from Greg Abate. We move on focusing on Jaelem Bhate and Georgia Webe. And in between it all, some ...
by Bob Osborne
This week we focus on recent releases from Jaelem Bhate, Jerry Bergonzi, Walt Weiskopf, Dustin Laurenzi, Michael Bisio, and Harris Eisenstadt plus a handful of top tunes from the jazz archive. Playlist Jaelem Bhate On the Edge" from On the Edge (Self Released) 00:00 Jerry Bergonzi 1st Ray Intention" from The Seven Rays ...
by Jack Bowers
At a time when many contemporary big bands are veering off-course, too often leaving jazz as we know and understand it as an afterthought, foundering and searching in vain for an anchor, it's comforting to encounter an ensemble that is not only as fresh as today's harvest but upholds such time-honored jazz traditions as melody, harmony ...