Jazz Weekly: April 15
Posted by Mira Riselli

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This week in jazz…

Hello hello!

Hope you’re all staying safe! Here’s what’s coming up…

Sunday, April 15th

Sounds of Brazil at the Rex 7-9pm (Sundays in April)
Angela Turone – Vocals
Chris Platt – Guitar
Chase Sanborn – Trumpet
Pat Collins – Bass
Robin Claxton – Drums
PWYC

Event link https://www.facebook.com/events/1663816050366273/?event_time_id=1663816060366272

Monday, April 16th

Monday Night at the Rex!

6:30 – Super Breakfast

Super Breakfast is a jazz-fusion nonet, with a focus on groove-oriented music, composition, and arranging. We will be playing two sets from 6:30 to 8:30, featuring compositions and arrangements by Ben Edgecombe, Michael Henley, Zach Smith, And Jay Yoo.

Ben Edgecombe: Tenor Sax
Michael Henley: Trumpet
Russell Matthews: Alto Sax
Zach Smith: Trombone
Conrad Gluch: Baritone Sax, Bass Clarinet
Jay Yoo: Guitar
Josh Sinclair: Keyboards
Evan Gratham: Electric Bass
Keagan Eskritt: Drums

9:30 – Robert Diack Lost Villages ALBUM RELEASE

Jacob Thompson (p)
Patrick O’Reilly (g)
Brandon Davis (b)

Brandon is coming back from NYC just for this show, so you know it will be good.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1970488703281033/

Tuesday, April 17th

Recital! Upper Jazz!

7:00pm – Mike Bowell

Wednesday, April 18th

Shed.

Thursday, April 19th

Shed.

Friday, April 20th

Recitals! Upper Jazz!

5:00pm – Harry Vetro

7:00pm – Harrison Argatoff

Saturday, April 21st

Recitals! Upper Jazz!

12:00pm – Max Filazek

1:00pm – Wes White

2:00pm – Ian McGimpsey

3:00pm – Jenna Pinard

4:00pm – David Bruce

Quotes:

“If people are allowed to shed drums, I should be allowed to scream.” – Harry Bartlett
“I hate it when he talks.” – Cole Mendez (referring to Alex Friedman)
“Changes are for chumps.” – Mira Riselli
“I still don’t know what a GPA is.” – Harry Bartlett
“Bud Powell’s name was [censored] Bud.” – Ben Isenstein
“I think Randy (Brecker) is the Nickleback of jazz; he has something to offer but everyone REALLY loves [censored] on him.” – Michael Henley
“The horn is my real wife, so getting stood up doesn’t matter.” – Andrew Gormley

That’s all folks! Have a great week and we’ll see you soon!

Mira

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