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DUO BRASS tm Featuring Phillipe Brunet
DUO BRASS tmFeaturing Phillipe Brunetdavidbrubeck.comDUO BRASS, featuring trumpeter Philippe Brunet, is very excited and honored to accept the generous offer of chamber artists-in-residence for the Florida Youth Orchestra in 2017. The residency will commence with a performance/masterclass on chamber music and the duo in particular. At the FYO recital, DUO BRASS will give away 10 complimentary copies of the book “10 duets for Trumpet in C and Trombone” published by Cherry Classics. These are appropriate for any combination of soprano instrument in C (such as violin, oboe or C trumpet), and a bass clef instrument (such as bassoon, cello, [...]
Tue, Jan 17, 2017
Source David Brubeck
NEW YORK –– Juilliard Jazz presents “The Extended Works of Wynton Marsalis” featuring Juilliard Jazz Ensembles in the music of Juilliard Jazz Director and Pulitzer Prize winner Wynton Marsalis on Tuesday, January 31, 2017, at 7:30pm in Paul Hall. Faculty member Andy Farber is the coach for the concert; the ensemble coaches are Elio Villafranca and Bruce Williams. Mr. Villafranca's ensemble features Christopher Bittner (tenor saxophone), Immanuel Wilkins (alto saxophone), David Adewumi (trumpet), Kalia Vandever (trombone), Isaiah Thompson (piano), Dan Chmielinski (bass), and Charles Goold (drums). The ensemble will perform Marsalis's Blue Interlude (The Bittersweet Saga of Sugar Cane and Sweetie [...]
Mon, Jan 09, 2017
Source Wynton Marsalis
Tony's Christmas Home just reviewed in JazzTimes. Go here for the review! [...]
Wed, Dec 14, 2016
Source Tony Desare
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Mon, Oct 31, 2016
Source Michelle Grand
Steps Ahead review – scintillating, vividly contemporary jazz from two old friends 5/5 stars R Ronnie Scott's, London Mike Mainieri and Eliane Elias relished revisiting their 34-year- old relationship fusing classic jazz with Latin, R&B and rockrelished revisiting their 34-year- old relationship fusing classic jazz with Not remotely like a cheesy reunion … Mike... » [...]
Mon, Jul 11, 2016
Source Elian Elias
NERO MY HEART TO THEE I always have a peculiar mix of excitement and trepidation when seeing a favorite entertainer live for the first time, especially when they are well past retirement years. In the case of Peter Nero, I wondered if my memories of listening to this astounding pianist would be pushed aside by a possibly weak performance. After all, the man who started his recording career 55 years ago is now 81 years old. But the indefatigable Nero not only reminded me of his creativity with jazz renderings in the vein of George Shearing and Oscar Peterson, but he [...]
Mon, Nov 23, 2015
Source Peter Nero
In September, my CASE colleagues and I unveiled a brand new program called the Duke CASE Change Academy. (If you missed the announcement, see the program details here.) We received 34 outstanding applications for the Academy's 6 slots, which left us with a tough decision to make. Today I am thrilled to announce the winners. Each organization below will bring 3 leaders to the Academy, for a total of 18 participants in the cohort. These leaders are fighting to make an impact in their communities—in education, in health care, in the economy. To meet their goals, they'll have to overcome daunting [...]
Thu, Dec 05, 2013
Source Heath Brothers