Friday, June 30, 2017

CANADA: Keith Price-Double Quartet(2017)

Keith Price | Double Quartet
The Keith Price Double Quartet is an adventurous eight-piece group of musicians (two drummers, two bass players, two keyboardists, a saxophonist, and a guitarist) who explore jazz improvisation through the vehicles of groove and rhythm.

Keith Price - Electric Guitar
Neil Watson - Alto Saxophone
Jeff Presslaff - Keyboards
Dallas Nedotiafko - Keyboards & Synthesizer
Marty Thiessen - Electric Bass
Julian Bradford - Acoustic Bass
Jaime Carrasco - Drums
Kevin Waters - Drums
Recorded on February 26th, 2017 by Jordan Jackiew at Resosound in Winnipeg, Canada.

USA: Andy Adamson Quintet-First Light(2017)

Andy Adamson Quintet | First Light

Adamson's quintet features his original compositions; everything they perform is drawn from Adamson's vast catalogue of original work that teems with exiting polyrhythms and richly contrasted harmonies.

Listeners will find driving freewheeling precision in his creative pen. Adamson's current band, featured on his latest album,First Light, includes Brennan Andes (acoustic and electric bass), known for his innovative bass work with the Macpodz, the Ragbirds, and Vincent York. Drummer Jonathan Taylor, who has studied with pianist Geri Allen and performed with trumpeter Wadada Leo Smith, is guided by what he calls a "cross-cultural and cross-disciplinary approach to improvisation". Ross Huff (trumpet), known for his hot trumpet work with the Macpodz and the Tone Farmers, joined the band near the end of the recording session and contributed a beautiful solo on Sunny Side Up. In addition to Adamson's fleet keyboard work, First Light provides a setting for the hard hitting, melodically inventive tenor saxophone playing of Dan Bennett, whose powerful tone and astonishing command of his instrument mesmerizes throughout. This is a tight quintet that has developed an intimate rapport. Adamson's compositions glow with a joy earned though decades of self-motivation and hard work. He's clearly in his element, collaborating with creative young musicians in music that is constantly being reinvented.

USA; JAZZ @ THE MAVERICK Saturday, July 1st 8 pmArturo O’Farrill Quintet

Saturday, July 1, 2017 8 pm
Arturo O’Farrill Quintet

Saturday, July 15, 2017 8 pm
Bill Charlap Trio

Saturday, July 29, 2017   8 pm
Eldar Djangirov Trio

Jazz at the Maverick
Saturday, September 2, 2017   8 pm
Karl Berger and the Creative Music Studio™

Maverick Concerts
120 Maverick Rd.
Woodstock, NY 12498-2503

Tickets & Info
Jazz at the Maverick
Saturday, July 1, 2017 8 pm
Arturo O’Farrill Quintet 
Feat.  Arturo O’Farrill on Piano with sons Zack on Drums and Adam on Trumpet; Bambam Rodriquez on Bass and Livio Almeida on Saxophone 
Five-time Grammy winning Afro-Cuban Jazz legend artfully blends textures and rhythms of South America and the Caribbean. 

This performance is made possible with support from Sally Grossman

General Admission $30               Reserved Seating $55                 Students $5

About Arturo
Five-time Grammy winning pianist, composer, and educator Arturo O’Farrill, is the son of the late, Afro-Cuban jazz legend Chico O’Farrill. He has played with jazz masters Carla Bley, Dizzy Gillespie, Steve Turre, Lester Bowie and was a long-time music director for Harry Belafonte. Arturo has performed worldwide in high profile performances at the Lincoln Center; Charleston’s Spoleto and Newport and Taiwan’s Taichung Jazz Festivals; and has enjoyed a long-standing residency at New York’s Symphony Space. He has also accompanied Ballet Hispánico and the Malpaso Dance Company, for whom he has written three ballets.  
Currently, Arturo’s Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra continues the tradition of performing every Sunday night at Birdland, which has for decades, been one of the most popular jazz clubs in the country. He travels regularly to Cuba as an informal cultural ambassador, working with Cuban musicians and students, bringing Cuban musicians to the US, and bringing American musicians to Cuba.

His newest album release (August 21, 2015) is Cuba: The Conversation Continues on the Motéma label. This album’s “Afro Latin Jazz Suite” was awarded the 2016 Grammy award for Best Instrumental Composition.

With his lightning fast fingers and the ensemble’s hot horns and pulsating rhythms, Arturo O’Farrill’s Jazz at the Maverick is certain to be a high-energy, unforgettable performance.

Hooting and slewing between pan-Latin fusion, American hard bop, swing and classical – O’Farrill blazes with his father’s fire.” 
Ronnie Scott’s, London.

Saturday, July 15, 2017 8 pm
Bill Charlap Trio
Feat. Bill Charlap on piano, Peter Washington on double bass and Kenny Washington on drums.
Grammy award winning jazz great returns to the Maverick by popular demand.
General Admission $30  Reserved Seating $55                 Students $5

About Bill Charlap
One of the world’s premier jazz pianists, Grammy award winner Bill Charlap has performed and recorded with many leading artists of our time, ranging from jazz masters Phil Woods and Wynton Marsalis to singers Tony Bennett and Barbra Streisand. Since 1997, he has led the Bill Charlap Trio with bassist Peter Washington and drummer Kenny Washington, now recognized as one of the leading groups in jazz. Charlap is the artistic director of 92Y's Jazz in July Festival in NYC, and in 2017 will celebrate his 13th Anniversary as director. He has also produced concerts for Jazz at the Lincoln Center, the JVC Jazz Festival and the Hollywood Bowl. Tony Bennett and Bill Charlap are the recipients of a Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop album, for their 2015 release - The Silver Lining: The Songs of Jerome Kern

Featuring the trio in peak performance, a 5-star Downbeat review hails this performance as, "A master class in class." Lyricists Alan & Marilyn Bergman said, "Bill Charlap's playing is unique, warm and intelligent. He not only plays the melody - he also plays the lyric. And, for lyric writers, that's as good as it gets.”

Jazz at the Maverick

Saturday, July 29, 2017   8 pm
Eldar Djangirov Trio
Feat. Eldar Djangirov on piano, Raviv Markowitz on bass, and Eric Doob on drums.

"Eldar’s command of his instrument is beyond staggering."  Downbeat Magazine
General Admission $25               Reserved Seating $45                  Students $5

About Eldar Djangirov
When Eldar Djangirov (pronounced john-’gear-ov) was signed to Sony Masterworks at the age of seventeen, the young pianist from Kansas City was already well known for his prodigious pyrotechnics and precocious knowledge of the bebop tradition. Along the way, he has had the good fortune to work with jazz masters Dr. Billy Taylor, Michael Brecker, Marian McPartland, Dave Brubeck, Wynton Marsalis, Joshua Redman, Roy Hargrove, and many others. Through these and other wonderful musical experiences, Eldar continues to explore new frontiers through composing and performing, enabling him ultimately to realize his own musical vision.
Eldar has appeared at the Tokyo, Lionel Hampton, Vienna, and Monterey Jazz Festivals to name a few, and has toured extensively worldwide. High profile performances include the Hollywood Bowl and Carnegie Hall. Eldar has been seen on national TV including the 2000 and 2008 Grammy Awards, Late Night with Conan O’BrienCBS Saturday Early Show, and Jimmy Kimmel Live. He has also played with the world renowned NHK Symphony Orchestra, the Russian National Orchestra, and the San Diego Symphony Orchestra.

Eldar’s fifth recording, entitled Three Stories, is his first solo piano album and has garnered rave reviews:
  • “This is certainly jazz piano, but it’s the kind that belongs in a recital hall. Djangirov gets to the heart of every song” Dan Bilawsky, All About Jazz
  • “Something special goes on her In Djangirov’s hands, the piano is a dramatic personage” Karl Stark, Philadelphia Inquirer
  • “Djangirov’s playing is simply flawless.” Jeff Tamarkin, All Music Guide

Performance Quote:
  • “His command of his instrument is beyond staggering.” Downbeat
Jazz at the Maverick
Saturday, September 2, 2017   8 pm
Karl Berger and the Creative Music Studio - IN THE SPIRIT OF DON CHERRY
General Admission $25                   Reserved Seating $45             Students $5

Jazz at the Maverick presents the CMS Improvisers Octet, exploring themes from some of Don Cherry’s visionary recordings as well as pieces by other composers that follow his lead into “world fusion.” The ensemble’s “In the Spirit of Don Cherry” performance will use pieces from these materials as launching pads for improvised interpretations that weave together jazz, world music and contemporary music.

The ensemble features musicians who played with Cherry including Karl Berger (piano, vibes, leader), Bob Stewart (tuba), Steven Bernstein (trumpet), Peter Apfelbaum (reeds, percussion), Graham Haynes (cornet), Ingrid Sertso (vocals); along with Adam Lane (bass) and Tani Tabbal (drums).    

About Don Cherry
Noted for his long association with saxophonist Ornette Coleman, which began in the late 1950s, Don Cherry became a pioneer of world-fusion music in the 1960s. During this period, he incorporated various ethnic styles into his playing and composing. Cherry, who died in 1995, was essential to the creation and development of the Creative Music Studio™.  He inspired many of its methodologies, taught many CMS workshops and founded his legendary group, Codona, at CMS. A suite of his is included in CMS Archive Project Selections Vol. 2, released last year.

About The Creative Music Studio and Karl Berger
CMS engages musicians and listeners from all backgrounds and traditions, deepening and transforming their personal experience, understanding, and expression of music as a universal language. Over its 45 year history, hundreds of artists from all over the world representing nearly every style or genre of music have taught and performed at CMS. CMS was founded in 1973 by artistic director Karl Berger, composer, arranger, conductor, pianist, and vibraphonist, along with Ornette Coleman and Ingrid Sertso. The six-time winner of the Downbeat Critics Poll and recipient of numerous other awards in the US and Europe, Karl holds a PhD in music esthetics and has been a professor of composition and an artist-in-residence at universities, schools, and festivals worldwide. He has recorded and performed with Don Cherry, Lee Konitz, John McLaughlin, Gunther Schuller, Dave Brubeck, Dave Holland, Ed Blackwell, Pharoah Sanders, and many others.

About Maverick Concerts
Maverick Concerts, Inc., is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization. Concerts are made possible in part with an award from the National Endowment for the Arts; funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency, with the support of Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature; the Maverick Concerts Endowment Fund; Friends of Maverick; the towns of Woodstock and Hurley; local businesses; individual donors; and other public and private foundations. The Yamaha Disklavier C7X grand piano, the official piano of Maverick Concerts, appears through the generosity of Yamaha Artist Services. The Maverick Concert Hall is listed on the New York State and National Registers of Historic Places as a multi-starred attraction. The hall and grounds have also received an award for Excellence in Historic Preservation from the Preservation League of New York State.

For further information visit or contact Kitt Potter, Executive Director at or 845.679.8217.

Maverick Concerts
120 Maverick Rd.
Woodstock, NY 12498-2503

Thursday, June 29, 2017

HAITI: Johnbern Thomas Trio-Mesi, Merci, Thank You, Gracias(2017)

Johnbern Thomas Trio | Mesi, Merci, Thank You, Gracias
Johnbern THOMAS was born on August 1st, 1986 in Croix-des-Bouquets, a commune situated north of the capital of Haiti, a corner of the county where music is constantly in the lives of the residents. At a very young age, his father also a drummer gave him his first drumming lessons.
Born, in a family of evangelicals, Johnbern would have his first drumming experiences at age 12, playing with his father’s band . In school, he always got reprimanded because he wouldn’t stop beating drums on the benches and chairs. Johnbern, also plays other percussion instruments, but drums will always be his instrument of choice. After meeting several musicians well known in Haitian music scene his life changed and permitted him to veer towards other types of music, most notably Jazz. Other musicians such as Claude CARRE, Aaron GOLDBERG, Joel and Mushy WIDMAIER, Pierre BONCY, Mark Richard MIRAND gave him his love for Jazz.
Like many Haitians, after the January 12th, 2010 earthquake Johnbern was left with destruction and desolation. He left for the Dominican Republic where he continued to develop his talents especially in Jazz. He played with some renowned Dominican artist who recognized his talent. During his stay in the neighboring country, he cultivated relationships with artists such as: Miguel Andres TEJEDA, Fella VEGA, Rafael MIRABAL, and Sandy GABRIEL. One of these collaborations led to a turn in his career were he participated as a special guest with the Rafael Miral (Symtema Temporado) group, next to Richard Bona in October 2011. Since, he has formed the John Bern Quartet with Patrice PIERSAINT, Jonathan PINA and Reynold SANON. Their objective was to form a fusion with Haitian and Dominican music. Unfortunately, this collaboration didn’t last.
Upon returning to Haiti in January 2012, he founded the Johnbern Quintet this time with Herman DUVERNE, Marc-Harold PIERRE, Ferdinand JEAN BAPTISTE and Josué ALEXIS. Their first appearance was at the International Jazz Day on April 30, 2012. This presented a new generation of young talented Jazz artists. Also, this performance led to other events in the provinces of Haiti as well as, in the neighboring Santo Domingo Jazz Festival in July 2012 and the International Jazz Festival of Port-au-Prince (PAP Jazz) reinforced the determination of this young group of artists towards their goal.
John Bern represented Haiti in the USA in September 2012 in the cultural exchange program One Beat, a United of States State Department program. This activity permitted him to cross paths with several talented American musicians like Dafnis PIERTO, Dave DOUGLAS, Gregg AUGUSTE, Mark STEWART to name a few.
This successful cultural exchange permitted Johnbern to position his new trio, composed of two talented musicians, very active in the Haitian music world in Jazz, Junior DORCELUS (Guitar) and Hermand DUVERNE (Bass). This trio has confirmed with its numerous performances throughout the capital in clubs and restaurants that it is a premier in Jazz music.
It should be noted that in all the different participations of Johnbern in numerous cultural and artistic endeavours, notably Jazz Festivals in Martinique, USA, Vietnam, Surinam, Europe, Dominican Republic and Haiti. He has always been well received and has created a large following in these different countries.
As part of his musical career, Johnbern has also produced Jazz soirees. He is working on giving a voice to the youth and to promote Jazz in all its compositions and dimensions. He is a founder of the platform with Ralph Stephane MOMPEROUSSE, coordinator of this structure. They have already held several events and have received much press in the newspapers and social media.
Presently, John Bern just recorded his first album Johnbern THOMAS Trio. He collaborates with several big name local and international artists. This has already created a buzz on different media including social media. With this in mind, the artist continued to multiply his representations in Haiti and abroad with the intent of staying on the Jazz musical scene for the happiness of his fans.


Monday JULY 3rd Sets 8 & 9:30 pm
163 W 10th St, New York, NY 10014
(646) 476-4346 Tickets & Info

Singer-pianist Daryl Sherman is returning to the award winning Greenwich  Village jazz club Mezzrow with rising star twin brothers Peter and Will Anderson on a variety of reed instruments.

As Daryl explains, "Peter and Will Anderson are mega talents I first performed with for an Artie Shaw tribute produced at 59E59 Theaters. I wish I were twins, but even just the three of us have drawn crowds at Knickerbocker, St Peter's Midday Jazz and concert venues. Eternal thanks to great hero/mentor Joe Temperley who inspired and encouraged my forays into piano/horn duo playing."

Mezzrow 163 W 10th St off 7th Ave NYC 646-476-4346 o

Manhattan favorite Daryl Sherman is no stranger to piano/ horn duo playing. Since her first outing with venerable baritone sax icon Joe Temperley, she's appeared with other luminaries including Houston Person and Warren Vache. Listeners have also been buzzing about her special teaming with Aussie born quickly rising star, Adrian Cunningham. Both Adrian, the Anderson Twins (and even Daryl on occasion) appear with Vince Giordano's Nighthawks, and David Ostwald's Louis Armstrong Eternity Band as well as their own groups. Their versatility with multiple instruments, genres and repertoire make a perfect match for Daryl's organic, charismatic and quirky style.

Daryl Sherman's CDs have been heard regularly on Cable TV Music Choice, Pandora, WNYC -FM, plus recent live interviews for her latest "My Blue Heaven" (Muzak) on WBGO "Singers Unlimited" and Tokyo's NHK-FM "Jazz Tonight".

USA: Ken Fowser - Now Hear This (Posi-Tone 2017)

Now Hear This!Celebrated tenor man Ken Fowser delivers an emphatic message of stunning melodicism on his latest release "Now Hear This!" Critical listeners may appreciate these performances as a series of engaged discussions employing the clever repartee of context and contrast between the voices of the horns and the affectionate support and retort from their favorite rhythm section of pianist Rick Germanson, bassist Paul Gill, and drummer Jason Tiemann. Bright moments are dénouement when trumpet phenomenon Josh Bruneau rejoins Fowser as his front line aide-de-cam and Fowser has noticeably shifted into another level. Together, this dynamic duo unleash a powerful combination of swinging blasts and forays into subtle conversation. If we overly focus on the interplay of elements, then we may miss the point of the dialogue and mistake the medium for the message, because Fowser's unmistakable talent as a songwriter is the real story here. From the opening salvo to the last hurrah, the melodic message of "Now Hear This!" moves effortlessly straightforward, and affirms that Fowser is a rising star to keep an eye on for many years to come.

Wednesday, June 28, 2017





Billy Mintz . solo drumset

Liebowitz/Caine Duo
Carol Liebowitz . piano
Adam Caine . guitar

168 7th St., Bklyn
$15 suggested

“[Mintz's solo performances are] a form of holy worship for many musicians and drummers. Forget what you know about the drums and solo drums. This is no boom-chakka-lakka affair. Mintz is painterly and understated in his singular approach to music.”
—Willamette Week, Portland, Oregon

BILLY MINTZ, Recordings

Thirteenth Note Records
If you are a fan of modern jazz drumming but have not heard Billy Mintz, you have not heard it all.”
—Tom Conrad, JazzTimes

“Curious and forceful”
—New York Times


LIne Art Records
Payne Lindal Liebowitz (Line Art Records)—Bill Payne/Eva Lindal/Carol Liebowitz:
“...intense and gripping.... eloquent and wistful poetry.... high caliber musicianship and intelligent, electrifying artistry.”

—Hrayr Attarian, All About Jazz

First Set (Line Art Records)—Carol Liebowitz/Nick Lyons Duo:
“This improvisational pair recalls the duo performances of Steve Lacy and Mal Waldron 
in style and intensity. . . . almost telepathic . . . hypnotically engaging . . .” 
—Roger Farbey, All About Jazz 

ADAM CAINE, Recordings:
Thousandfold (New Business Records)—Adam Caine Trio with Tom Blancarte and John Wagner:
"Guitarist Adam Caine displays his endlessly innovative creative instinct on Thousandfold.”

Lyn Horton, All About Jazz

The Moon (577 Records)—Adam Caine/Federico Ughi Duo:
“It’s a complete listening experience, an improvised symphony. They create music that is interesting at any given moment, but is constantly developing, taking on a structural life of it’s own.

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UK/USA/CANADA: Gwilym Summer 2017

Gwilym  will be playing a series of solo piano concerts in the US and Canada starting 23rd June

Gwilym starts a short solo tour of the US and Canada beginning at Rochester Jazz Festival and ending at Montreal Jazz Festival. In between he will visit Ann Arbor, Michigan, Cleveland, Ohio and Toledo, Ohio.  You can also catch him playing solo in the UK in September at the Kenilworth Festival in September.
Find out more about the solo dates here
Wolfgang Muthspiel with his Rising Grace Project
Gwilym will then be on back on tour with guitarist Wolfgang Muthspiel,  with his Rising Grace Project.
This tour will feature trumpeter Tim Hagens, bassist  Larry Grenadier and drummer  Jeff Ballard. Wolfgang’s latest release is with ECM Records “Rising Grace”. The tour will take the band to the Garana Festival in Timisoara, Romania, North Sea Jazz Festival in Rotterdam,  Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland, the Casa del Jazz in Rome, Judenburg in Germany and a visit to one of Gwilym’s favourite hotels – where he has recorded two albums – Schloss Elmau in southern Germany.
Rising Grace Tour Dates
Dave Holland

Ambleside Festival in honour of John Taylor

August 31st – September 3rd 2017
Gwilym to play with Dave Holland in four “double bill” concerts at Ambleside Festival
The brand new Ambleside Festival will feature Dave Holland, Norma Winstone, Tim Garland, James Maddren, Asaf Sirkis, John Halliwell, Gwilym Simcock,  Mike Walker, Nikki Iles, Mark Lockheart, Steve Watts, James Maddren, Asaf Sirkis, Steve Watts, Darrell Hall and Joe Locke – all  musicians inspired by  the great British pianist John Taylor.The concerts will take place over 4 days in the cinema at Zeffirelli’s and Gwilym will be playing on all four evenings.
Ambleside Days
Thomas Gould

Gwilym will also be playing with Thomas Gould at Chester Festival on 19th July and Petworth Festival on 27th July and at Manchester Festival on 1st August with Andy Scott and Group S.  Gwilym is featured on the new album "Ruby And All Things Purple".

All Tour Dates
Andy Scott and Group S Promo Video
Coming LIVE to Manchester Jazz Festival on 1st August
Get your copy of this wonderful album from Jazzcds or download via your favourite website.

DENMARK: Rudy Smith Quartet - Glass World(2017)

“Rudy Smith has created a marriage between the most important Afro Caribbean invention in the world of musical instruments, the steelpan, with the most important Afro American musical contribution, jazz. More than that, he has developed a solo style of steelpan playing, which is completely his own. His technique is dazzling. But it is not a matter of mere virtuosity. Rudy Smith’s playing bears the same mark of astonishing inventiveness that created the steelpan.” (Krister Malm)

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

UK: Denys Baptiste - The Late Trane (2017)

The Late Trane is the powerful and commanding new album from British saxophonist Denys Baptiste, a giant of the UK jazz scene. Reimagining and reworking ten carefully chosen composition from John Coltrane’s late music (from 1963 - 1967) with a fresh and modern new interpretation, The Late Trane perfectly balances Denys Baptiste’s unique artistic vision with the visceral emotions and cosmic references that encompasses Coltrane’s late music. Denys Baptiste

USA: Jill Seifers, Eeppi Ursin & Mika Pohjola-New York Jazz Vocals (2017)

American Broadway songs with a classy touch became the recognizable feature of vocalist Jill Seifers Walsh and pianist Mika Pohjola at the turn of the millenium. Walsh and Pohjola met in Boston in the early 90's, and started making frequent appearances with their repertory in New York City. This duo proudly performed classics by Cole Porter, Dmitri Tiomkin and Richard Rodgers, not to forget Elvis Costello. The repertoire contained songs which are forgotten by many of today's jazz musicians. It is the contrast between Walsh's heartfelt yet simple vocal stylings and Pohjola's lush harmonies which made this duo and this album particularly fresh and a truly special one. The renditions express masterful lyricism in music and words. Jill Seifers Walsh tragically died in December 2012.

USA: Peter Dominguez - Groove Dreams (OBERLIN 2017)

Groove Dreams, a new recording by versatile bassist Peter Dominguez released on the Oberlin Music label, honors Hinton’s legacy with solo bass tunes from artists as varied as Duke Ellington, Stevie Wonder, Bill Evans, and Chick Corea. Performed on the 18th-century Italian bass Hinton played throughout his career, each song explores the nuances and deep colors of the instrument—qualities not always discernible in ensemble playing. OBERLIN

01 Mourning Song For A Chief
02 Crystal Silence
03 Bossa Nova Nemo (The Jive Samba)
04 Mood Indigo/Blue And Sentimental
05 Groove Dreams
06 You're A Joy
07 Spanglin'
08 Lately
09 Orbit (Unless It's You)
10 With Malice Toward None


Monday, June 26, 2017

USA: Henry Threadgill In Austin

Henry Threadgill In Austin

Presented by Epistrophy Arts and Liminal Sound series

We are pleased to announce the new dates for the Henry Threadgill workshop and concert in Austin, Texas.


MASTER CLASS with Henry Threadgill

University of Texas Music Bldg
2406 Robert Dedman Dr
Austin TX 78712
The Henry Threadgill Master Class will be a Q&A session.
It is an open form session that can go where ever the questions lead.

CONCERT: Henry Threadgill’s Zooid

Scottish Rite Theater
207 West 18th Street
Austin Texas 78701

For over forty years, Henry Threadgill has been celebrated as one of the most forward-thinking composers and multi-instrumentalists in American music. The New York Times has called him “perhaps the most important jazz composer of his generation.” Born in 1944 in Chicago, Threadgill was an early member of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM).
In for a Penny, In for a Pound by Henry Threadgill was named the winner of the Pulitzer
Prize for “distinguished musical composition by an American.” In awarding the prize, the Pulitzer committee call the release “a highly original work in which notated music and improvisation mesh in a sonic tapestry that seems the very expression of modern American life.”
We could not be more ecstatic for Henry and are honored to have been able to help document his work these last 15 years.

Zooid members for this special Austin appearance include:

Jose Davila -tuba
Liberty Ellman-guitar
Christopher Hoffman-cello
Elliot Humberto Kavee -drums

Concert or Workshop ticket — $50
Discount for musicians and students — $35

For more information please visit:
This project is supported by individual contributions, and the City of Austin Cultural Arts program