When:
Friday, Jun 28, 2024 8:00p -
10:00p

Where:
St. John's Episcopal Church
74 Pleasant St
Arlington, MA 02476

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Admission:
$10

Hosted by:
arlemski Alex Lemski

Categories:
Innovation, Meetup, Music, Nightlife

Event website:
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Creative Jazz / New Music

Laura Jordan percussion

Rick Mclaughlin bass

Peter Cassino piano

Todd Brunel Clarinets and saxophones

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Arlington Commission for the Arts & Culture, a local agency which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.

 

The Creative Music Series presents

The Arlington Jazz debut of this Brunel quartet, who is also a resident of

Arlington, especially formed for this Arlington performance for an evening

Of an eclectic mix of compositions by Duke Ellington, Maurice Ravel, Igor

Stravinsky, Jack Dejonette, Jerome Kern, and include their own

compositions and other contemporary music arrangements.

 

The quartet weaves effortlessly beyond music genres to bring an evening of pure unadulterated sonic joy!

Todd Brunel is a critically acclaimed clarinetist and sax player who has never been able to follow directions or labels. He has performed with John Tchicai, Lawrence ‘Butch’ Morris and folk icon Judy Collins. He has made numerous recordings with PBS and collaborates frequently with composer P Andrew Willis. He is a member of Know Orchestra and Listen to This (with Rick M.) and a former member of MusAner and the Eric Hofbauer Quintet.

Laura Jordan is a contemporary percussionist who has performed with Bang-On-A-Can All Stars, has performed internationally as a world music and jazz artist. She is a Peabody Career Grant recipient and has performed at Avery Fisher Hall, Merkin Hall and is a Grover Percussion endorsing artist.

Rick McLaughlin is a highly in demand bassist and professor at Berklee College of Music. He is a member of the Grammy nominated group Either Orchestra, and has performed with Don Byron, John Zorn and Danilo Perez.

Peter Cassino is a professor of music at the Longy School of Music at Bard College and former department chair of the Modern American Music Department. In the 1960s Peter lived in West Berlin and performed with many aspiring young musicians of that era including trumpeter Benny Bailey, alto saxophonist Leo Wright, and drummer Joe Harris.


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