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An Ann Arbor, Michigan, native and current student at Philadelphia’s Temple University (as of 2020), Oliver Mayman is a vibraphonist, pianist, educator, and composer. Beginning drums at age 9 and piano at age 13, the vibraphone was an inevitable discovery as a teenager — the instrument essentially fusing the mechanics of drumming with the harmonic capabilities of the piano. By bringing his array of pianist influences such as Ethan Iverson, Thelonious Monk, Oscar Peterson, and McCoy Tyner and applying their concepts to the vibraphone, he truly treats the instrument as a piano, comfortable in every setting from solo to big band
TRi/O is a collaborative groove-based contemporary jazz & funk outing from three like-minded New York musicians: Steve Shapiro on vibraphone and mallet keyboards, virtuoso 5-string bassist Dave Anderson, and drummer Tyger MacNeal. A unique concept and original repertoire sets the group apart in the genres of jazz, percussion, and electronic music - especially through experimentation with customized live-loops and the electronic mallet controller, allowing the band to explore progressive new territory. Dynamic interaction and improvisation is the heart of everything on Try The Veal, which was recorded in late 2019 and early 2020
Stu Katz has been a working jazz pianist and vibraphonist for more than 65 years.
Over his long career, he has performed in numerous public venues with young and old bebop luminaries including Gene Ammons, Gary Bartz, Kenny Burrell, Joey DeFrancesco, Dexter Gordon, Bunky Green, Roy Haynes, Milt Jackson, "Philly" Joe Jones, Clifford Jordan, Russell Malone, James Moody, Zoot Sims, Sonny Stitt, Ira Sullivan and Phil Woods.
Stu has played piano or vibes at the Snowmass Jazz Festival, in twelve different Chicago Jazz Festivals and on six jazz-themed cruises on Norwegian Cruise Lines
by Christos Sitokonstantinou
Meet Christos Delasito: Christos Delasito is a classical percussionist. Christos has been an orchestral member for many years (Thessaloniki State Orchestra, Symphonic Orchestra of the Municipality of Thessaloniki, Volos Symphonic Orchestra) performing numerous concerts in Athens Megaron, Thessaloniki Megaron and many festivals all around Greece. He is a founding member of many percussion bands (Percaddiction, Kroustodia, ...
Born in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, Jonny Mansfield grew up surrounded by music. His parents are both musicians and played a mix of Classical and Jazz around the house. Jonny followed in his older brothers footsteps attending Chetham’s School of Music. This led him to being part of the National Youth Orchestra, Verbier Festival Youth Orchestra and National Youth Jazz Collective. Jonny went on to study at the Royal Academy of Music with Jim Hart, Joe Locke and Pete Churchill, where he gained a BMus 1st class degree. He has performed at many prestigious venues with respected musicians including Chris Potter, Gareth Lockrane and Yazz Ahmed
Christos Sitokonstantinou is a classical percussionist. Christos has been an orchestral member for many years
(Thessaloniki State Orchestra, Symphonic Orchestra of the Municipality of Thessaloniki, Volos Symphonic
Orchestra) performing numerous concerts in Athens Megaron, Thessaloniki Megaron and many festivals all
He is a founding member of many percussion bands (Percaddiction, Kroustodia, ΣΩΘ Percussion Quartet) and the ska-reggae lifetime project 'Band Fatale', while at the same time he engaged in various other ensembles (Anatolika Zitimata, Mr Pulse).
He has composed original score for many theatrical and contemporary dance performances. He formed Delasito project, which acts as his main vehicle of artistic expression.Guided by the special and atmospheric sound of the vibraphone, Delasito project have developed a lively repertoire of original compositions based on influences from the jazz/ funk scene as well as classical music and free improvisation. In June of '20 they released the first album with original compositions "Filodia".
A superb vibraphonist who was well known in the U.K. but not so much in the U.S. was Lennie Best. Strangely, he barely recorded as a leader or sideman. In this televised gig that was part of England's Bracknell Jazz Festival in 1984, the Lennie Best Quintet performed on the BBC. The show was edited down ...
Drummer/ Vibist from Uruguay - SouthAmerica Multi-instrumentalist, producer and educator, from Montevideo (Uruguay), with more than 25 years of professional experience in different groups, projects, as an outstanding drummer on the music scene in his country. His background includes classical percussion at Montevideo University School of Music and specialization courses in pop and jazz in the US at the Manhattan School of Music and The Collective Institute in New York City. From 2012 to 2017 he participated as a teacher, coordinator and academic advisor of the Jazz Camps program at Solís Theatre (Montevideo) and directed workshops with great guest artists such as Wynton Marsalis, Jazz at the Lincoln Center Orchestra, Bobby McFerrin, George Garzone, among many others.
Dillon Vado is a professional drummer and vibraphonist in the San Francisco Bay Area, and a graduate of the California Jazz Conservatory in Berkeley. He grew up in San Jose, where he played many small club gigs on drums and marched snare drum for the Santa Clara Vanguard. He has recorded at Fantasy Studios, and played with many musicians at The Freight and Salvage, Yoshi’s, and the SF Jazz Center. He has also performed overseas at the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland and the Umbria Jazz Festival in Italy. Dillon has performed with Art Lande, Hafez Modirzadeh, Royal Hartigan, Marcus Shelby, Erik Jekabson, Jeff Denson, Alan Hall, Jovino Santos Neto, Marcos Silva and Kate McGarry
Vibraphonist, producer, composer, and bandleader, Simon Moullier has distinguished himself as one of the leading voices of his generation. Born in Paris, and having studied classical percussion and drumset extensively throughout his formative years, Simon picked up his first mallets during high school. Quickly becoming recognized for his entirely new approach and sound on the instrument, Moullier went on to complete an undergraduate degree from Berklee College of Music followed by a Master’s degree from the Thelonious Monk Institute. He has since shared the stage with such jazz luminaries as Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, John Patitucci, Danilo Perez, Miguel Zenon, Gerald Clayton, Logan Richardson, Jimmy Heath, Jeff Tain Watts and is featured on recording with Mark Turner, Kendrick Scott, Dayna Stephens, Bob Sheppard