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Yonathan Peled

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Yonathan is a New York and Tel Aviv based trombonist, composer, arranger, and band leader. As an in-demand trombonist, Yonathan has performed in music venues and jazz festival around the world with a variety of world-class bands and artists such as Yemen Blues, The Eyal Vilner Big Band, Nation Beat, Ravid Kahalani, Omer Avital, David Broza. Yonathan has played in World renowned music festivals and venues such as Festival Jazz à Séte (France), Red Sea Jazz Festival (Israel), Bern Jazz Festival (Switzerland), Music in Pflegidach (Switzerland), L’archiduc (Belgium), Smalls Jazz Club (NYC), Joes Pub, Nublu 151, Drom, Bar Lunatico, Wildbirds, Wilson Live, and many more

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Skip Dolt

Skip Dolt’s love of jazz and big band music was cultivated early in life. Growing up "down in the west Texas town of El Paso", he was selected in high school to perform with the Texas All- State Jazz Ensemble and went on to play in the Texas Christian University Jazz Ensemble for four years. In 2012, he performed with The Curt Wilson Alumni Jazz Band at The Royal College of Music in London and The American Cemetery at Omaha Beach in Normandy. In 2015, he traveled again with The Curt Wilson Alumni Jazz Band to perform at the prestigious Umbria Jazz Festival in Perugia, Italy, and The Jazz a Juan Festival in Antibes, France

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Matthew Giobbi

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Dr. Matthew Giobbi is a musician and teaching psychologist. He teaches beginner musicians of all ages in trombone, piano, and musicianship. Matthew also offers consultation on issues faced by performing and creative artists. Matthew composes and has written several books on psychology and music, and writes a monthly expert blog for Psychology Today, Mindfulness & Music, which explores the intersection of music and Eastern psychologies. Matthew studied composition and piano with Paul Schocker for a decade. In his youth he was principal trombonist of Carnegie Hall’s New York Youth Symphony

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Gunhild Carling

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Swedish musical sensation Gunhild Carling is an internationally acclaimed superstar whose show is a can’t-miss event! Whether she’s singing favorite swinging jazz standards, playing one of many instruments (trumpet, trombone, harmonica, oboe, harp, flute, recorder, or jazz bagpipe!) or juggling and tap dancing, Gunhild’s sublime showmanship shines. And just wait for the finale – spoiler alert – she plays three trumpets at once! Carling competed as a celebrity dancer in Let’s Dance 2014 on TV4 placing third. Was also on Sweden’s Dancing with The Stars. Gunhild performed for Sweden’s Got Talent in 2017 and this year she is currently on America’s Got Talent season 2019. She recently performed with her 'Carling Big Band' at the Royal Palace in Stockholm in the celebration for King Carl XVI Gustaf's Ruby Jubilee

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Zurich Jazz Orchestra

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The European jazz scene boasts a number of world class professional Big Bands, all with their own rich history and tradition. The Zurich Jazz Orchestra, founded in 1995, undoubtedly belongs to this exclusive club.

The big band recorded its fifth studio album in the winter of 2020/21, the second under the direction of Steffen Schorn, who was musical director for six years before changing to his current role as congenial composer in residence.

Fortunately. The album “Dedications” is a worthy successor to “Three Pictures”, released in 2018. Schorn’s compositions and thus the sound of the orchestra have, if at all possible, become even richer, more colorful, more differentiated, but at the same time more powerful

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Chris Brubeck

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Composer, orchestral arranger, lyricist and performer, Christopher Brubeck is equally at home playing jazz, rock, classical, funk and folk music, displaying his multiple talents on three instruments. An award-winning composer, Chris has been called “…a 21st Century Leonard Bernstein” by John von Rhein of the Chicago Tribune. Chris’s composition, “Vignettes for Nonet,” for woodwind quintet and The BBQ was commissioned by, and premiered at Bay Chamber Concerts, Rockport, Maine in August, 2003 to great acclaim. Since its premiere Vignettes has been performed by many woodwind quintets, including the Russian National Orchestra Woodwind Quintet

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Nick Adema

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Nick Adema is a Canadian trombonist/composer currently based in Amsterdam. Nick obtained his undergraduate degree in jazz performance at the University of Toronto. While attending this school, Nick had the honors of receiving the Albert & Wilhelmine Francis Renewable Scholarship (UofT Faculty full scholarship). While at the Toronto school, he filled the lead trombone chair in the University of Toronto Jazz Orchestra, and the Bass trombone chair in the University of Toronto 12tet. While at the school, they recorded a full length album with the UTJO entitled Embargo. Nick is currently completing his masters degree in Jazz Performance at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam (CvA). Growing up in Ottawa, Nick started to find his musical voice by playing with youth groups such as the Nepean All-City Jazz Band, the Ottawa Youth Orchestra, the Conn Selmer Big Band, and the Capital Youth Jazz Orchestra

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Jimmy Cheatham

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James Rudolph Cheatham was an American jazz trombonist and teacher who played with Duke Ellington, Lionel Hampton, and Ornette Coleman.

In 1978, Cheatham was invited to lead the jazz program at University of California, San Diego. In 1979 he began to direct the school's African American and jazz performance programs. He retired in 2005.

Born in Birmingham, Alabama, it was while serving in the United States Army during and just after World War II, that Cheatham played in the 173rd Army Ground Force Band.

Cheatham met his wife, Jean Evans, in 1956 in Buffalo, New York, when the local musicians' union chief called them separately to replace two musicians who could not make a job at the local Elks Ballroom

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Jason Holcomb

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Having trained, in both the classical and contemporary arenas, at the highly-esteemed Lionel Hampton School of Music at The University of Idaho, Holcomb’s career has been notably prolific. From Music Director and producer on the high seas for Carnival Cruise Lines to sideman for some of the biggest names in the music industry to recording sessions at Capitol Records, he’s performed on some of the most prestigious stages in the world. Holcomb’s time at The Lionel Hampton School of Music afforded him the rare privilege to participate in the renown Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival. It was here that he performed with jazz greats such as trumpeter Claudio Roditi, trombonists Bill Watrous, and the late Al Grey of The Count Basie Orchestra

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Intergalactic Brasstronauts

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Since landing on an abandoned planet Earth in January 2021, the Intergalactic Brasstronauts have been studying the strange conical, mechanical and electronic instruments left behind by the enigmatic human race. Our quest is to understand the purpose and significance of the phenomena the humans called "music". Our debut album, "Music For The People", will be released on 16 July 2021 across all digital platforms.


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