john fumo . kim richmond ,chris wabich, bill roper, jasper dutz,
glen berger, charles fernandez,pete jacobson
Admission is $10,
students, seniors, and past series performers half price.
A mainstay on the main stage of the Los Angeles area’s creative music scene, multifaceted and multigifted multi-instrumentalist/composer Brad Dutz celebrates the release of the new CD by his tentet, Ten Technicians Titled Ted, with a live set of his striking original compositions. The music, intricate and sophisticated while characterized by Dutz’s trademark whimsy and eccentricity, manages to be wonderfully clear, transparent, delicate, and buoyant despite the larger size of the ensemble. The ensemble itself is made up of some of the most accomplished musicians anywhere, making the undeniably challenging composed material sound light, grooving, and effortless while supplying constantly engaging and virtuosic solos—most of the players on the recording, many of them longtime Dutz veterans, will be on hand to render the demanding but delightful music live: Dutz himself on percussion (mainly hand drums and mallet instruments in this case), Chris Wabich on drums and percussion, William Roper on tuba and supplying his unpredictable spoken word improvisations, Charles Fernandez on bassoon, Kim Richmond on woodwinds, Jasper Dutz on woodwinds, Glen Berger on oboe, John Fumo on trumpets, Peter Jacobson on cello, and Trey Henry on bass. Their set promises to be something of an event!
two progressive quartets have shared the bill before if you like one you most likely will like the other ;
ACRE FOOT -
brad dutz - percussion + elec percussion
carey fosse - guitar
kaoru mansour - voice + elec voice
darryl tewes - bass
special guest jasper dutz . woodwind guy from NYNY
Snow Nerds -
Ted Taforo - sax + keyboard
Anna Butterss - bass
Jake Sucher - guitar + laptop
Jesse Quebbeman-Turley - drums
Listening to Nature 自然を聴く
June 24, 2017 Saturday
Tenri Cultural Institute of New York
7pm | $15
Aine Eva Nakamura | voice, poem
Christophe Assier | guitar
Jasper Dütz | horns
Johanna Tysk | storytelling
Jonghoon Han | storytelling
Sahar Sepahdari | storytelling
Sholeh Dalai | videography
For the past five years, Jasper Dutz has performed both as a sideman and co-leader for many bands around NYC. Come join him and his new quartet for their debut show at Cornelia Street Cafe.
Featuring Anthony Pearlman - Piano, Tony Lannen - Bass, Connor Parks - Drums, and special guest Chris Fishman on Piano & Synths
The Joffrey Ballet School's Jazz and Contemporary Program is proud to present an evening of Dance and Live Music featuring choreography by Tyler Gilstrap, Rena Butler, and Cameron McKinney with original music compositions by The New School Jazz and Contemporary musicians Connor Parks, Michael Sheelar, and Nick Dunston.
Connor Parks - Drums & Composition
Nick Dunston - Bass
Kalia Vandever - Trombone
Jasper Dutz - Alto
Adam O'Farril - Trumpet
.QP began about 3 years ago with a group of likeminded individuals who are greatly influenced by the music of Japanese animation and vintage video games. Currently Based in NYC and Los Angeles, they play regularly at local venues for audiences of all types, sharing both the music of video games and their j-music inspired originals. The primary iteration of the group consists of keyboardist Jeremy Corren and multi-woodwind instrumentalist Jasper Dutz.
Spilling outward with a warm gooey insistence like the resplendent sun gurgling over a post-card horizon on some thick morning, For Trees & Birds returns to Cornelia Street Cafe
Chris Gaskell - Bass | Connor Parks - Drums
Jasper Dutz - Horns | Lee Meadvin - Guitar
Double bill: 10pm Coldman, 11:30pm VGM Dance Party
10$ for 2 sets.
Coleman Hughes found a passion for music at a young age, starting to play the violin, the piano, and the drums, at ages 3, 5, and 8, respectively. By middle school, he settled on the trombone as a primary instrument, and went on to participate in elite high school all-star bands like the Grammy Jazz Ensemble, and the Next Generation Jazz Orchestra. Along the way he played and/or recorded with the Michael Dease big band, the Christian Mcbride big band, the Mingus big band and many others. More recently, he has blended his love of hip hop with his experience in jazz, and now raps and plays trombone with a live band under the name Coldman.”
Founded by Max Boiko and originating in Fort Lauderdale FL, VGM Dance Party is a 5 piece ensemble dedicated to paying homage to the compositional talents of late 20th century Japanese Video Game Composers, [such as Junichi Masuda (Pokemon) Jun Ishikawa (Kirby) Manami Matsumae (Mega Man) and many more] in the context of a live Jazz Fusion band!
Come join us for the fourth ever VGM Dance Party. We will once again be paying homage to the great Japanese composers from the Golden Age of console video gaming, such as Jun Ishikawa(Kirby), Junichi Masuda(Pokemon), Manami Matsumae(Megaman), Hirokazu Tanaka(Metroid and EarthBound), Hiroki Kikuta(Secret of Mana), and many MANY more.
Max Boiko- Trumpet
Jasper Dutz- Soprano Sax and Bass Clarinet
Tom WIlson- Nord
Daryl Johns- Juno
Robin Baytas- Drums
Multi Reedist Jasper Dütz will be presenting a show of original music played by young musicians based in LA and NYC on June 29th at Artshare LA.
Jacob Shulman - Saxophone / Composition
Kalia Vandever - Trombone
Connor Parks - Drums
Sammy Weisberg - Bass
Jeremy Corren - Piano
Alec Santamaria - Strings
Bite Trio is a New York based jazz ensemble with accidental--but not arbitrary--folk influence. Consisting of guitarist/bandleader David Kuhn, woodwind multi-instrumentalist Jasper Dutz, and bassist Max Bezanson, the band owes as much to the Jimmy Guiffre Trio as to the Beatles. Bite Trio thrives on constant interaction, spontaneous, lush textures, and a deep sense of service to song. The band has been hard at work for over a year now, playing in many different venues, restaurants, and at parties. However their tight, warm, sound is not just simply a result of constant rehearsal. It is easy to see the joy the members get just by being together both on and off stage.
The band can usually be heard on Fridays entertaining diners at their namesake restaurant, Bite (211 East 14th Street in Manhattan. L train to 3rd Avenue). However, the band is looking forward to bringing its music to a much wider audience. To contact the band for bookings of any kind please visit the booking page on this site or contact David Kuhn directly at email@example.com or at 6155004972.
To hear a brief reel of the band, listen below.
The New School College of Performing Arts, in association with School of Drama and Mannes School of Music, presents Happy End by Dorothy Lane and Bertolt Brecht, with music by Kurt Weill; book and lyrics adapted by Michael Feingold, directed by Lou Jacob, and music direction & conducted by Gary S. Fagin.
Representatives of the Salvation Army and a group of speak-easy gangsters collide in Roaring Twenties Chicago, in this comic melodrama with songs.
Set Design Doss Freel
Costume Design Seth Bodie
Lighting Design Jimmy Lawlor
Sound Design John Emmett O’Brien
Properties Chris Carter
Production Stage Manager Kevin Clutz*
Assistant Stage Manager Carolynn Richer*
*Member of Actors’ Equity Association.