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Thomas Bergeron

Thomas Bergeron exemplifies a new breed of 21st century artists. A trumpeter, composer, producer, and educator known for excelling in both the jazz and classical realms. Bergeron’s music has been premiered in such venues as Carnegie Hall, Juilliard's Paul Hall, and Subculture NYC. His work has been heard on NPR and is regularly programmed on both jazz and classical chamber music series across the globe. In addition to his own hybrid jazz chamber ensemble, Thomas is a member of the Atlantic Brass Quintet and principal trumpet with the Springfield Symphony. He recently concluded a 2-year residency at Carnegie Hall with Ensemble ACJW, and has performed with Vampire Weekend, The Danish National Symphony Orchestra, The American Symphony, The Temptations, Idina Menzel, Judy Collins, Arlo Guthrie, the Radio City Christmas Orchestra, among others

Sacred Feast

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2015
Track listing: Sacred Feast, Part I; Pourquoi?; Ecstasy In A Sad Landscape; The Smile; Rondeau; Sacred Feast, Part II; The Lost Bride; One Querying Wave Will Whitely Yearn; To Fabricate Unknownness; Vocalise; Sacred Feast, Part III.

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Thomas Bergeron: Sacred Feast

Read "Sacred Feast" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

On the surface, the late Olivier Messiaen was no lover of jazz. When the topic came up in an interview that he gave in the mid '80s, he was quick to say that jazz, as a style, was something of a stylistic “robber" or borrower rather than an innovator, and that he'd “never been fond of ...

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Label: Daywood Drive Records
Released: 2011
Duration: 7:37


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