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Marc Adler

Flutist Marc Adler has devoted most of his time and energy to developing his musical skills in the area of jazz improvisation and composition. He has received Jazz Performance Fellowships from the PA Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts and holds a Bachelor in Music and Music Education degree from the University of the Arts a Masters in Music degree from Temple University. Marc studied flute privately with Harold Bennett in New York and Pamela Guidetti in Swarthmore. In addition to jazz performance and composition he conducts and directs the PA Flute Choir. He is a featured writer for Flute Talk and has written a popular book of etudes published through Hal Leonard

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Article: Live Review

Jost–Adler Ensemble at Jefferson Alumni Hall

Read "Jost–Adler Ensemble at Jefferson Alumni Hall" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer


Jost-Adler Ensemble “Taking Flight" Tuesdays at Twelve Concert Series Jefferson Alumni Hall Philadelphia, PA February 11, 2020 Paul Jost is an innovative vocalist whose rhythmic and exploratory approach has garnered him a special status among his peers and led to an expansive career of recordings and ...

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Article: Extended Analysis

Lee Smith: My Kind of Blues

Read "Lee Smith: My Kind of Blues" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer


After nearly 40 years as a working bassist, Lee Smith has become a jny: Philadelphia legend, playing gig after gig with just about everyone, including the Delphonics, Mongo Santamaria, Dizzy Gillespie, Roland Kirk, Lionel Hampton, and a host of Philadelphians, including Larry McKenna, Tom Lawton, Bootsie Barnes, Odean Pope, and the list goes on and on. ...

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Article: Interview

Paul Jost: The First Thing is Heart

Read "Paul Jost: The First Thing is Heart" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki


Even for a musician who has been playing and singing since age six, Paul Jost has just come through one exceptional year. First, he released his debut with The Jost Project, Can't Find My Way Home (2013, Dot.Time Records), featuring the leader on vocals, harmonica and guitar, with drummer Charlie Patierno, double bassist Kevin ...

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Article: Album Review

Ali Ryerson Jazz Flute Big Band: Game Changer

Read "Game Changer" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Yes, the idea seems rather implausible: a big band comprised of sixteen flutes and rhythm. Flutist Ali Ryerson is the catalyst and guiding hand behind the Jazz Flute Big Band (JFBB), which was formed in 2005 and has been performing at various events across the country ever since. Before dismissing it out of hand, give the ...

News: Performance / Tour

Marc Adler In Media PA Jazz Concert Wed. 2/20!

Marc Adler In Media PA Jazz Concert Wed. 2/20!

Jazz Bridge in Media, PA presents flutist Marc Adler, appearing at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Delaware County - 145 West Rose Tree Road, 19063 - on February 20th. Showtime is 7:30 p.m. and tickets are $10, $5 for students, and are only available at the door. Information: 215-517-8337. Marc Adler holds a Bachelor’s Degree in ...

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Article: Album Review

Paul Klinefelter: Night Mood

Read "Night Mood" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Connoisseurs of jazz trios led by pianists may be familiar with bassist Paul Klinefelter's contribution to Ron Thomas's superb Music in Three Parts (Art of Life Records, 2006). That particular piano trio outing, one of that year's finest, featured Klinefelter's big bass sound interacting in a three-way Zen dance with pianist Thomas and the extraordinary drummer ...

Album

Labyrinth

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2009


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