Past Event

Jazz in the Neighborhood presents Power of Five: New Chamber Jazz for Quintets

Mission

$18 advance / $20 day of show / $10 students & seniors
All ages
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From the organizer

Three voracious, innovative young Bay Area jazz composers share their new music in a vibrant exposition of the state of jazz today. Brazilian composer, guitarist, and vocalist, Ian Faquini leads a luminous exploration of traditional Brazilian rhythms and rich harmonies with his group, Quinteto Brasiliense. Composer, pianist and flutist, Erika Oba premiers her new chamber jazz suite Strange Moon, inspired by a celestial love story from Japanese folklore. Her group, Ends Meat’ Catastrophe Jazz Ensemble, is an inventive ensemble that extends an invitation to all the sounds of the universe. Drummer and vibraphonist, Dillon Vado, directs his band Never Weather from behind the drums. Like his music, Dillon’s drumming is explosive, groovy, and tranquil at once. The concert is presented as part of Jazz in the Neighborhood’s Next Stage program.


Quinteto Brasiliense

Ian Faquini, guitar

Rebecca Kleinmann, flute

Natalie Cressman, trombone

Scott Thompson, bass

Brian Rice, percussion


Ends Meat’ Catastrophe Jazz Ensemble

Erika Oba, piano/flute

Rachel Austin, vocals

Eli Maliwan, woodwinds

Chris Bastian, bass

Daria Johnson, drums


Never Weather

Dillon Vado, drums

Josh Reed, trumpet

Aaron Wolf, saxes

Justin Rock, guitar

Tyler Harlow, bass



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