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Pascal Le Boeuf

Described as "sleek, new" and "hyper-fluent" by the New York Times, Pascal Le Boeuf is a Grammy-nominated composer, pianist, and electronic artist whose works range from modern improvised music to cross-breeding classical with production-based technology. He is widely recognized for his polyrhythmic approach to chamber music and hybridization of disparate idioms. Pascal’s latest project imaginist, is a full-length album collaboration between the JACK Quartet and the Le Boeuf Brothers Quintet (co-led by Remy Le Boeuf). The 9-piece hybridized chamber ensemble was praised by the New Yorker for "clearing their own path, mixing the solid swing of the jazz tradition with hip-hop, indie rock, and the complex techniques of classical modernism". Additional recent and upcoming projects include “Alpha” recorded by cellist Nick Photinos (Eighth Blackbird) on New Amsterdam Records, “GIRLS” recorded by the flute/piano duo RighteousGIRLS on New Focus Recordings, “Transition Behavior” recorded by the Shattered Glass String Orchestra, and “Empty Promise” an award-winning short film in collaboration with Four/Ten Media, Goldfeather and Robby Bowen

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Allan Harris at SMOKE Jazz & Supper Club

Read "Allan Harris at SMOKE Jazz & Supper Club" reviewed by Peter Jurew

Allan Harris SMOKE Jazz & Supper Club New York, NY September 28, 2016 Allan Harris was born in Brooklyn to a tight-knit family that loved music. His mother was a classical piano prodigy who grew up in Harlem and graduated in the first class of the High School Of Performing Arts, ...

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Bastian Weinhold: Cityscape

Read "Cityscape" reviewed by Dave Wayne

German-born drummer Bastian Weinhold came to New York City in 2009 to study at the Manhattan School Of Music. He quickly got a lot of traction around town, recording and subsequently releasing his debut album, River Styx (Frame Music, 2010) just over a year after his arrival. His backing band on that release included Linda Oh, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Pascal Le Boeuf: Pascal’s Triangle

Read "Pascal’s Triangle" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

La musica di Pascal's Triangle si sviluppa nell'alveo di un modern mainstream, basato sul solido interplay dei musicisti. Va elogiato lo sforzo compositivo del leader, autore delle otto composizioni originali del CD. Spiccano linee melodiche morbide e temi godibili, con prevalenza dei tempi medi. Abbandonate per il momento le suggestioni dell'elettronica, l'eclettico leader dà vita ad ...

Le Boeuf Deux Fois: Pascal's Triangle and Le Boeuf Brothers Remixed

Read "Le Boeuf Deux Fois: Pascal's Triangle and Le Boeuf Brothers Remixed" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

The Le Boeuf Brothers--saxophonist Remy and pianist Pascal--don't box themselves into a jazz corner; or, perhaps it should be said that they don't box jazz into a corner, preferring instead to let it marinate in the juices of the present, where it can absorb new flavors and move in different directions. Both men ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Pianist/Composer Pascal Le Boeuf Explores The Depths On "Pascal's Triangle"

Pianist/Composer Pascal Le Boeuf Explores The Depths On "Pascal's Triangle"

Available: May 28, 2013 on Nineteen Eight Records Featuring: Pascal Le Boeuf (piano) Linda Oh (bass) Justin Brown (drums) NYC CD Release Celebration - May 9 @ The Jazz Gallery, 9 & 10:30 PM 1160 Broadway, NYC, 212 242 1063 On May 28, 26-year-old pianist/composer Pascal Le Boeuf will release ...


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