Sep
13
7:00pm 7:00pm

Trevor Anderies Quintet Double Bill with Ross Hammond @ Golden Lion Arts

  • Trevor Anderies – Drums

  • Alina Roitstein – Voice

  • Andrew Conrad – Tenor Sax and Clarinet

  • Gregory Uhlmann – Guitar

  • Emilio Terranova – Bass

At a time when the sounds heard most often are merely stale copies of the past...talented composer/drummer Trevor Anderies is truly a welcome breeze of fresh air. It's young musicians like Trevor and his brilliant ensemble, who are bringing forth the highly creative, exciting and innovative improvisations of the 21st. century. This outstanding project proves that modern American music is absolutely in great hands.

—Bennie Maupin

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Sep
12
7:30pm 7:30pm

Trevor Anderies Quintet Double Bill w/Brandon Sherman (Reno,NV)

Details TBA

  • Trevor Anderies – Drums

  • Alina Roitstein – Voice

  • Andrew Conrad – Tenor Sax and Clarinet

  • Gregory Uhlmann – Guitar

  • Emilio Terranova – Bass

At a time when the sounds heard most often are merely stale copies of the past...talented composer/drummer Trevor Anderies is truly a welcome breeze of fresh air. It's young musicians like Trevor and his brilliant ensemble, who are bringing forth the highly creative, exciting and innovative improvisations of the 21st. century. This outstanding project proves that modern American music is absolutely in great hands.

—Bennie Maupin

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Sep
8
7:00pm 7:00pm

Trevor Anderies Quintet @ Mesa State College (Grand Junction, CO)

  • Trevor Anderies – Drums

  • Alina Roitstein – Voice

  • Andrew Conrad – Tenor Sax and Clarinet

  • Gregory Uhlmann – Guitar

  • Emilio Terranova – Bass

At a time when the sounds heard most often are merely stale copies of the past...talented composer/drummer Trevor Anderies is truly a welcome breeze of fresh air. It's young musicians like Trevor and his brilliant ensemble, who are bringing forth the highly creative, exciting and innovative improvisations of the 21st. century. This outstanding project proves that modern American music is absolutely in great hands.

—Bennie Maupin

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Sep
4
10:00pm10:00pm

Trevor Anderies Quintet featuring Joe Anderies @ Dazzle

  • Trevor Anderies – Drums

  • Alina Roitstein – Voice

  • Andrew Conrad – Tenor Sax and Clarinet

  • Gregory Uhlmann – Guitar

  • Emilio Terranova – Bass

  • Joe Anderies - Flute and Soprano Sax

At a time when the sounds heard most often are merely stale copies of the past...talented composer/drummer Trevor Anderies is truly a welcome breeze of fresh air. It's young musicians like Trevor and his brilliant ensemble, who are bringing forth the highly creative, exciting and innovative improvisations of the 21st. century. This outstanding project proves that modern American music is absolutely in great hands.

—Bennie Maupin

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Sep
3
7:30pm 7:30pm

Trevor Anderies Quintet @ Fresh Santa Fe

  • Trevor Anderies – Drums

  • Alina Roitstein – Voice

  • Andrew Conrad – Tenor Sax and Clarinet

  • Gregory Uhlmann – Guitar

  • Emilio Terranova – Bass

At a time when the sounds heard most often are merely stale copies of the past...talented composer/drummer Trevor Anderies is truly a welcome breeze of fresh air. It's young musicians like Trevor and his brilliant ensemble, who are bringing forth the highly creative, exciting and innovative improvisations of the 21st. century. This outstanding project proves that modern American music is absolutely in great hands.

—Bennie Maupin

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Sep
2
10:30pm10:30pm

Trevor Anderies Quintet @ The Nash (Phoenix,AZ)

  • Trevor Anderies – Drums

  • Alina Roitstein – Voice

  • Andrew Conrad – Tenor Sax and Clarinet

  • Gregory Uhlmann – Guitar

  • Emilio Terranova – Bass

At a time when the sounds heard most often are merely stale copies of the past...talented composer/drummer Trevor Anderies is truly a welcome breeze of fresh air. It's young musicians like Trevor and his brilliant ensemble, who are bringing forth the highly creative, exciting and innovative improvisations of the 21st. century. This outstanding project proves that modern American music is absolutely in great hands.

—Bennie Maupin

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Oct
11
10:00pm10:00pm

Joe Anderies Quintet presents International Trumpeter Shunzo Ohno

 

7 & 9pm :: Joe Anderies Quintet presents International Trumpeter Shunzo Ohno :: $22

featuring:
shunzo ohno - trumpet
joe anderies - saxophone, alto flute
trevor anderies - drum set
justin adams - piano
bijoux barbosa - bass

Grammy award winning artist Shunzo Ohno is a "brilliant trumpet stylist" whose playing and original compositions have touched millions of people. A versatile musician who has played, recorded and toured with such renowned leaders as Gil Evans, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Art Blakey, and many others. Mr. Ohno has 16 recordings under his own name as a leader and has appeared on over thirty more as a sideman.

His fascinating life, with his triumph over illness and adversity is the subject of a biography, "Trumpet of Hope" and a documentary, "Trumpet of Glory. Fuji Television featured his story on the primetime show "Unbelievable."

Born in Gifu, Japan, Shunzo began his musical training at age 13 in his local public school. By age 19, Shunzo was the leading jazz trumpeter in Japan. Working as an accomplished composer and arranger in Japan, Shunzo's career hit high gear when he met the renowned bandleader Art Blakey. He toured with Art Blakey‘s Jazz Messengers, which also included Woody Shaw, Carter Jefferson and Cedar Walton, throughout the United States and settled in New York City in 1974 at Blakey's suggestion.

The compelling Latin energy in Shunzo's playing can be linked to his tenure with the celebrated Machito and his Afro-Cuban Orchestra. He recorded the Grammy Award-winning album with Machito and His Salsa Big Band (1983), which featured his dazzling solos.

Shunzo then joined one of his most influential inspirations, master arranger and composer Gil Evans, becoming a key contributor on tours, club dates, and recordings, including the 1988 Grammy Award-winning "Live at Sweet Basil". Shunzo made a total of four recordings with Evans, who remained a lifelong mentor to him.

Returning to Japan with Super Sounds, a group that included jazz legends Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter and Larry Coryell broadened his experience.
In 1988, he was involved in a serious automobile accident in which his teeth and lips were permanently damaged. He remained undeterred by the long recovery process, and strengthened his resolve to find a new approach to his music. He renewed his vision in performances with Wayne Shorter. Later, Shunzo joined Buster Williams (1989).

Adversity struck Shunzo again in 1996, when he was diagnosed with life threatening throat cancer. For three years, he underwent radical treatments to control the disease and embarked on the difficult road to recovery. His refusal to allow personal struggles and seemingly insurmountable circumstances led Shunzo to create new developments in his art & unique voice.

The latest recording, “All in One” cd features Shunzo’s exceptional talent as a composer and dynamic force as a trumpeter.

In the last 3 years, Shunzo has toured and recorded internationally (including Japan, China, Singapore, Malaysia as well as regularly in NY). The recovery efforts in Northern Japan, has been important as he has visited the families and communities over 16 times since 2011.

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