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John Raymond Quartet
Part of the 2015 Spring Jazz Series
Friday, May 1, 2015
8:30p $20 The on-line box office is closed.
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10:00p $15 The on-line box office is closed.
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Performers
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Craig Weinrib : drums
Dan Tepfer : piano
Joe Martin
John Raymond : flugelhorn

Note: Billy Hart was originally scheduled to perform but he will be unable to make this performance.

On his sophomore CD "Foreign Territory" (Fresh Sound/New Talent), Brooklyn-based trumpeter/composer John Raymond takes a refreshing and exciting look at the jazz tradition with a set of original compositions that retain the music’s classic aspects while feeling entirely contemporary.

To realize his modern reimagining of traditional elements, Raymond assembled a stellar quartet that is uniquely qualified to merge past and present - pianist Dan Tepfer, bassist Joe Martin and drummer Craig Weinrib. With such a highly spontaneous group of musicians interpreting Raymond's intriguing compositions (one of which was chosen as a winner of ASCAP's 2015 Herb Alpert Young Jazz Composer award), the result was a cohesive effort of songs that create both a sense of mystery and a sense of joy in exploring the unknown.

Labeled "a prepossessing young trumpet player" (New York Times), Raymond performs regularly with musicians such as Orrin Evans, Linda Oh, Ethan Iverson, Rudy Royston and Gilad Hekselman among others. He has recently been a featured artist at the NYC Winter Jazz Festival, FONT Festival and Center City Jazz Festival, has recorded with Grammy-nominated singer Sara Bareilles, and has performed at events such as the Austin City Limits Music Festival and NPR's Toast of the Nation New Year's Eve celebration.

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