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The 18-piece Toronto Jazz Orchestra (TJO) was created in 1998 to perform music by some of the most important composers in jazz – writers like Thad Jones, Bob Brookmeyer, Phil Nimmons, Rob McConnell and more. Over the past 19 years, their repertoire has evolved to include compositions and arrangements ranging from classic swing tunes to the leading edge of contemporary jazz, with an emphasis on Canadian composers and arrangers. The TJO seeks to educate, entertain, and increase the public’s understanding and appreciation of big band jazz. Since 1998, the TJO has performed regularly at Toronto’s Rex Hotel and has released three recordings
by Dan McClenaghan
The Toronto Jazz Orchestra, aka TJO, was created to perform music by the major jazz composers, like Miles Davis and his Miles Ahead (Columbia Records, 1958), the trumpeter's collaboration with Gil Evans, for one. With 20, the group celebrates the composition and arranging skills of its artistic director, Josh Grossman. With a twenty year ...
Track listing: The Path (Josh Grossman) Cereal Blocks (Johan Pyykko) Esperanto (Vince Mendoza, arr. Josh Grossman, lyrics Kurt Elling) Happy at Sad Things (Erik Patterson) Amazing Grace (John Newton arr. Josh Grossman) Chazz (Josh Grossman) The Call (David Braid arr. Andrew Jones) i love you on the microphone (Moiya Callahan) Old Portrait (Charles Mingus arr. Vickie Yang) TJO (Josh Grossman)