Tuesday, Jan 20, 0005 8:00p -
Friday, May 01, 2020 10:00p
1353 Cambridge St
Cambridge, MA 02139
Music, Nightlife, Performing Arts
This series is the recipient of a 2019-20 grant from the Cambridge Arts Council, a local agency which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.
Josh Sinton, Sax, Clarinet, NY, Reginald Chapman, Multi-Instrumentalist, NY, Junko Fujiwara, Cello, NH, Forbes Graham, Trumpet, Andea Nicodemou, Vibes, Brittany Karlson, Bass, Eric Rosenthal, Drums, Curt Newman, Drums, Abigale, Reisman, Violin.
Last heard and for the very first time during the Driff (label) Festival in 2019. Now another opportunity to again experience the best of Boston’s musicians from a unique Improv-New Music Jazz large ensemble.
Jeb Bishop, a Boston Jazz (trombone, leader, composer,) and icon making a difference,
“Every Opportunity” band
(2) special guests from New York, plus
(8) Who’s Who, outstanding Boston/New England musicians
Trombonist Jeb Bishop has been a prominent figure in new jazz and improvised music since the 1990s. He first gained attention as a member of many Chicago-area bands including Vandermark 5, the Peter Brötzmann Chicago Tentet, and his own trio and quartet. He has been based in Boston since 2016, where he works regularly with the group Cutout and Charlie Kohlhase's Explorers' Club, and is frequently heard in freely improvised settings.
This large version of the Every Opportunity project was first put together for the 2019 Driff Records festival at the Lilypad in Cambridge. He wanted to take the opportunity to convene and write for a larger ensemble featuring some of his favorite musicians/improvisers that he’s gotten to know since moving to the Boston area, also incorporating some colleagues now based in New York City. Now getting to write for and work with this unique instrumentation and these amazing players all together!
Jeb Bishop, trombone
“Jeb Bishop is the most inspiring player to come out of the North Side improvising scene associated with Ken Vandermark. In recent years, the trombonist has blossomed into a major voice on his instrument, with a big, punchy tone, an instinctive sense of melody and the wisdom not to run on too long. A veteran of multiple international tours, he's a frequent collaborator with like minded players here and abroad. Critic, Kevin whitehead, Chicago Sun Times.