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Jeff Antoniuk

Internationally respected jazz saxophonist and composer Jeff Antoniuk has received numerous awards and commissions, appeared on many albums and toured extensively. Currently based in the Washington, DC area, Antoniuk can be found fronting both The MARS 4-tet and Jeff Antoniuk and The Jazz Update. He is a solid contributor to many activities in the nation’s most cherished cultural institutions such as the Smithsonian Institution, the Kennedy Center and Washington Performing Arts Society. He draws many jazz artists to the region to perform and teach at his side. In the U.S. Antoniuk has performed and recorded with diverse hit makers such as Ray Charles, Natalie Cole, Bobby McFerrin, Freddie Hubbard, Marcus Miller and Najee

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Maryland Summer Jazz Festival Announces Tenth Year Anniversary Season

Maryland Summer Jazz Festival Announces  Tenth Year Anniversary Season

Rockville, MD: For ten years, the Maryland Summer Jazz camp and concerts have been rocking the rafters at St. Mark Presbyterian Church in Rockville in late July. Workshops help adult jazz musicians improve their chops and learn performing skills. Public concerts delight area jazz fans and summer tourists. At the heart of the program is the ...

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Jazz Band Masterclass Celebrates 10 Years Of Jazz Education

Jazz Band Masterclass Celebrates 10 Years Of Jazz Education

Annapolis, MD – This is the tenth anniversary year for Jazz Band Masterclass, a unique jazz education program for adults launched by internationally respected saxophonist, composer and educator Jeff Antoniuk. Begun in the back room of 49 West Coffeehouse in Annapolis, the program has steadily expanded through economic ups and downs, providing jazz enrichment to hundreds ...

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The Brazil Project In Baltimore

Brazilian-born Lucini Brothers - Alejandro Lucini on drums and Leonardo Lucini on 7-string bass - bring authentic, sizzling Brazilian rhythms to AN DIE MUSIK in Baltimore. Those two prodigies, along with saxophonist Jeff Antoniuk and pianist Wayne Wilentz, both known for their command of West African and Latin idioms, will play some intriguing originals and give ...

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Miles Smiles Concert And Clinic at An die Musik Live on January 24

Miles Smiles Concert And Clinic at An die Musik Live on January 24

InDepth Jazz Clinics and Concerts opens its 2014 season by presenting music from the formidable album Miles Smiles, recorded by iconic trumpeter Miles Davis in 1967. The recording features fabulous compositions and group interplay and had a far-reaching effect on the jazz idiom. On January 24, 2014 all six tunes from the album will be performed ...

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Jazz Band Master Class And Capital City Voices At Twins

Jazz Band Master Class And Capital City Voices At Twins

Jazz Band Masterclass & Capital City Voices: The Region’s Up-and-Coming Jazz Artists Appear in Concert at Twins Jazz On Thursday November 14, jazz lovers can enjoy outstanding jazz compositions performed by three different ensembles under the direction of two of the region’s best known artist/educators: saxophonist/composer Jeff Antoniuk and pianist Wayne Wilentz. The featured musicians and ...

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Maiden Voyage - The Music Of Herbie Hancock - At Twins Jazz

Maiden Voyage - The Music Of Herbie Hancock - At Twins Jazz

Concerts Friday Nov. 15th and Saturday Nov. 16th, 2013, will feature the music from Herbie Hancock's 1965 Blue Note Album, Maiden Voyage Performances are at Twins Jazz (1344 U Street NW Washington, D.C 20009) Shows are at 8:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. Admission is $20. Make reservations from twinsjazz.com A concept album relating to the sea ...

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Indepth Jazz Clinic - The Music Of Herbie Hancock

Indepth Jazz Clinic - The Music Of Herbie Hancock

An “In-Depth Jazz Clinic" for adults and older teens will be held on Saturday November 16th from 1pm to 5pm at St. Mark's Presbyterian Church, 10701 Old Georgetown Rd, North Bethesda, MD 20852. The clinic will focus on Herbie Hancock's 1965 Blue Note Album, Maiden Voyage. It will cover the five tunes: “Maiden Voyage," “Dolphin Dance," ...

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Washington, D.C. Reclaims its Role as a Jazz Destination

Read "Washington, D.C. Reclaims its Role as a Jazz Destination" reviewed by Jazz Beyond Borders

Oxygen for the Ears: Living Jazz Oxygen for the Ears is a 2012 award-winning documentary film depicting the vibrancy of the jazz scene in the nation's capital. Made in three years by German-born astrophysicist Stefan Immler, the 94-minute documentary shows the city's key role in the past, present and future of jazz and is gaining attention ...

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Jazz Update Brings Mingus and Monk to Westminster Church in D.C.

Jazz Update Brings Mingus and Monk to Westminster Church in D.C.

Washington, D.C. – Riveting modern jazz and bebop quartet Jeff Antoniuk & the Jazz Update returns to Jazz Night in Southwest on Saturday, May 31 from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. The concert is part of a popular jazz series at Westminster Church at 401-I Street in Southwest. Washington, D.C.-based Jazz Update is known for compelling ...


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