Past Concerts: 2014

Saturday, January 18th

Freddie Bryant and the Kaleidoscope Quartet

Guitarist Freddie Bryant's Kaleidoscope Quartet to feature the sounds of jazz from around the world at the VJC in a tribute to VJC founder, Attila Zoller

The Vermont Jazz Center kicks off 2014 with a concert featuring guitarist Freddie Bryant's Kaleidoscope Quartet a band that features disparate grooves from around the world unified by Bryant's simple truth that he is indeed an authentic global citizen. This show will be a tribute to VJC founder, the great guitarist, Attila Zoller.

Bryant is touring with the same core group he used on his acclaimed 2011 recording Live Grooves...Epic Tales. Together they traveled on a state department tour and performed in Papua New Guinea, Singapore, India, Burma, Cuba, Mexico, Senegal, Malawi, Tanzania, Madagascar, Ethiopia and other exotic destinations. If this band sounds tight, maybe it's because they've thoroughly internalized the music, know each others moves and have learned to read each others minds. The resultant music is beautiful and evokes the distant lands they've visited. Bryant's specializes in writing compositions that testify to both the smallness of the world and the gigantic breadth of its culture; furthermore he is a remarkable guitarist whose staggering technique allows him to play virtually anything he hears.

"...the thing that impresses me most about [Freddie's] playing is his unique and very broad harmonic sense which coupled with a very musical mind gives his guitar playing and compositions a personalized sound..." -- Kenny Burrell

Date:
Saturday, January 18th
Time:
8:00 PM
Location:
Vermont Jazz Center
Admission:
General Admission $20.00, Students $15.00
Tickets:
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Saturday, February 15th

The Jensen Sisters to Perform an Evening of Compelling, Original Music at the VJC

The Vermont Jazz Center will present the Jensen Sisters featuring Ben Monder in concert on Saturday, February 15th at 8:00 PM. New York-based Ingrid Jensen is a trumpeter known for her original work as a composer, bandleader and distinguished member of the Maria Schneider Orchestra. She has been hailed by jazz great, Marian McPartland for her ability to play "with all the fire and brilliance of a virtuoso." Montreal-based Christine Jensen has been described as, "one of Canada's most compelling composers." She is a saxophonist known for her multifaceted compositions and orchestrations and has won Juno and Opus Awards in recognition of her work. They will be joined by guitarist Ben Monder, one of the most versatile and interesting colorists on his instrument. The quintet will be rounded out by acoustic bassist Matt Clohesy and Jon Wikan on drums.

Ingrid and Christine have played together all over the world - from Seattle's Jazz Alley to New York's Museum of Modern Art, from an SS Norway Jazz Cruise to a tour of Japan in 1997. "There's definitely yin and yang in our approach," Christine says. "But we come from the same place, we grew up together, and there's a spiritual part of our playing, so we're able to connect like no one else can." They are from a small city on Vancouver Island in Western Canada called Nanaimo, a region built upon a bustling coal mining and forestry economy that now celebrates the arts as a sustaining force. Nanaimo is notably also the birthplace of Diana Krall, a jazz icon who encouraged Ingrid's aspirations in her early development as an improviser.

"speaks with an original trumpet voice that adheres to the concept of musical accuracy while invoking creative sparks to weave all the pieces together naturally."
-- All About Jazz - online jazz magazine

Date:
Saturday, February 15th
Time:
8:00 PM
Location:
Vermont Jazz Center
Admission:
General Admission $20.00, Students $15.00
Tickets:
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Saturday, March 15th

Grammy Award-winning Jazz and Funk Powerhouse, SNARKY PUPPY Comes to Brattleboro, Vermont

The Vermont Jazz Center will present the Grammy Award winning band, Snarky Puppy at the Latchis Theater on March 15th at 8:00 PM. Snarky Puppy is a collective of about 30 interchangeable musicians supplementing a core group under the direction of electric bassist, Michael League. Nine of the members will be performing at the Latchis. They represent a new wave of young, smart musicians who have successfully united the trifurcated worlds of jazz, R & B and funk. Well-educated and street savvy, this band is a joyful example of how sophisticated musical language can be set amidst accessible forms that move both the soul and the feet. They are unafraid of complex polyrhythms and labyrinth-like, epic arrangements, yet the elements that unite their music are solid grooves, exquisite taste and excellent musicianship. Although they are primarily an instrumental group, Snarky Puppy's chameleon-like ability to welcome and enhance the performances of numerous guest artists is what has garnered them this year's Grammy for Best R & B performance with singer Lala Hathaway. Their newest recording, Family Dinner, also includes other A-list singers like Chantae Cann, Magda Giannikou, Tony Scherr and others.The Vermont Jazz Center will present the Grammy Award winning band, Snarky Puppy at the Latchis Theater on March 15th at 8:00 PM. Snarky Puppy is a collective of about 30 interchangeable musicians supplementing a core group under the direction of electric bassist, Michael League. Nine of the members will be performing at the Latchis. They represent a new wave of young, smart musicians who have successfully united the trifurcated worlds of jazz, R & B and funk. Well-educated and street savvy, this band is a joyful example of how sophisticated musical language can be set amidst accessible forms that move both the soul and the feet. They are unafraid of complex polyrhythms and labyrinth-like, epic arrangements, yet the elements that unite their music are solid grooves, exquisite taste and excellent musicianship. Although they are primarily an instrumental group, Snarky Puppy's chameleon-like ability to welcome and enhance the performances of numerous guest artists is what has garnered them this year's Grammy for Best R & B performance with singer Lala Hathaway. Their newest recording, Family Dinner, also includes other A-list singers like Chantae Cann, Magda Giannikou, Tony Scherr and others.

This is a band that makes it virtually impossible to assign a generic label to represent all that it is. Call them instrumental, refer to their sound as progressive, but don't forget to include "pure genius" in your description of the band.
-- Berklee Groove online magazine

Date:
Saturday, March 15th
Time:
8:00 PM
Location:
The Latchis Theater, 50 Main Street Brattleboro, VT
Admission:
Premium Seats $35.00, General Admission $20.00, w/valid Student ID $15.00
Tickets:
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Saturday, April 5th

Emerging Artist Series: Carolina Calvache Quartet - Innovative, original jazz, influenced by Colombian rhythms. Featuring saxophonist, Jaleel Shaw


photo by Emra Islek

The Vermont Jazz Center will present Colombian pianist, Carolina Calvache, performing as part of our Emerging Artist series. This young artist has all the qualifications that the VJC is celebrating in this series: she is launching her first CD with a major jazz label (Sunnyside), she is a creative composer, she is highly accomplished on her instrument. She is a rising star in the eyes of both critics and peers and she is traveling with her own band. Her musicians have studied and performed her complex material and are able to transcend its technical demands and add to the beauty of her vision. These musicians are Jaleel Shaw on saxophone, Yasushi Nakamura on acoustic bass and Rodrigo Recabarren on drums.

Date:
Saturday, April 5th
Time:
8:00 PM
Location:
Vermont Jazz Center
Admission:
General Admission $10.00, Students $5.00
Tickets:
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Saturday, April 19th

Howard Brofsky Memorial Tribute


photo by Bob Laclair

The Vermont Jazz Center will be presenting an evening dedicated to the memory of former board president, trumpeter and educator, Howard Brofsky on Saturday, April 19th at 8:00 PM. This special tribute will include performances by his close musical colleagues and family. In every community that Brofsky settled, be it Queens College, the Louis Armstrong House, the Vermont Jazz Center, or Brattleboro, Vermont, the people have benefited from his wisdom, charm and generosity. Like a single pebble in the water, his spirit lives on through the actions of his family, colleagues, students and friends who continue to channel his enthusiasm and his dedication to the spreading of jazz.

Date:
Saturday, April 19th
Time:
8:00 PM
Location:
Vermont Jazz Center
Admission:
Admission by donation with all proceeds going to benefit the VJC scholarship fund
Tickets:
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Saturday, May 17th

Eugene Uman's Convergence Project


photo by Bob Laclair

Pianist Eugene Uman composes sizzling pieces of jazz that draw from a range of influences and cultural traditions. This concert will serve as a CD release party for the ensemble's most recent album. Embroidered through his works are heavy harmonic strands from Columbia and Cuba, with modal and rhythmic borders from India and regions of North Africa, all overlain with the format of jazz and free expression. The one constant coursing through Uman's music is energy, sometimes raw, other times refined, but always pushing forward, charting new territory. Eugene Uman has served as artistic director of the Vermont Jazz Center since 1997, where he has produced more than 160 concerts and built the program to a renowned venue and educational hub. Uman's Convergence Project melds the virtuoso talents of Jeff Galindo on trombone, Michael Zsoldos, saxophones, Sebastian Cruz on guitar, Stomu Takeishi, bass, and Satoshi Takeishi, drums, into a compelling amalgam of musical innovation.

Date:
Saturday, May 17th
Time:
8:00 PM
Location:
Vermont Jazz Center
Admission:
General Admission $20.00, Students $15.00
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Saturday, June 7th

A Tribute to George Shearing

On Saturday, June 7th at 8:00 PM, the Vermont Jazz Center presents "Sounds of Shearing," an all-star group comprised primarily of alumni from the working bands of the great pianist, George Shearing. Under the leadership of vibraphonist Charlie Shoemake, the ensemble pays tribute to George Shearing, performing his elegant arrangements and bringing to life his legendary sound. This music typifies a refined version of jazz often called "cool jazz." His music was swinging but accessible, nimble but never loud, complex but beautiful. Shoemake and his associates take this to heart, they've distilled the essence and are revitalizing Shearing's music with passion, experience and expertise. The performers include Charlie Shoemake, vibraphone; Frank Potenza, guitar; Joe Bagg, piano; Luther Hughes, acoustic bass; Bill Goodwin, drums and special guest vocalist Sandi Shoemake

In Jazz there have been only a few great players on the vibraphone, Charlie Shoemake is one of them. -- Artie Shaw

Date:
Saturday, June 7th
Time:
8:00 PM
Location:
Vermont Jazz Center
Admission:
General Admission $20.00, Students $15.00
Tickets:
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Thursday, August 14th

39th Summer Jazz Workshop - Faculty Concert

On Thursday, August 14th at 8 pm, we will be presenting the summer workshop faculty concert featuring:

  • Sheila Jordan & Jay Clayton (vocals)
  • Jeff Galindo (trombone)
  • Scott Mullett (saxophones)
  • Freddie Bryant (guitar)
  • Harvey Diamond, Ray Gallon & Eugene Uman (piano)
  • Cameron Brown, Marcus McLaurine, George Kaye,
  • Dave Picchi & Bam Bam Rodriguez (bass)
  • Clarence Penn & Claire Arenius (drums)
  • Julian Gerstin (percussion)


Ticket prices for this great event are $20 and can be purchased at the door, on line at www.vtjazz.org or at In the Moment Record Shop on Main Street in Brattleboro. Please call (802) 254-9088 for reservations.

Date:
Thursday, August 14th
Time:
8:00 PM
Location:
Michael S. Currier Center at the Putney School (418 Houghton Brook Road, Putney, VT)
Admission:
General Admission $20.00
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Friday, Aug 15th

39th Summer Jazz Workshop - Student Concerts

On Friday, August 15th the Vermont Jazz Center Summer Workshop will showcase faculty coached student ensembles with numerous vocalists and several piano trios. This concert will be divided into two sections, the first will start at 3:30 pm and the second show will resume at 8 pm after a dinner break. Singers will be accompanied by a professional jazz trio and the piano trios will be assisted and perform with a faculty bassist. Also performing will be a number of faculty coached ensembles, usually comprised of horn, piano, bass and drums. For the student concert, a $5 donation is suggested.

Date:
Friday, Aug 15th
Time:
Set 1 at 3:30 PM, Set 2 at 8:00 PM
Location:
Michael S. Currier Center at the Putney School (418 Houghton Brook Road, Putney, VT)
Admission:
Suggested Donation $5.00.
Tickets:
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Saturday, September 20th

T.S. Monk to Perform at VJC with heralded sextet

The Vermont Jazz Center will present the T.S. Monk Sextet on Saturday, September 20th at 8:00 PM. The group will include T.S. Monk on drums and vocals, Josh Evans (trumpet), Willie Williams (tenor sax), Patience Higgins (alto sax), Brandon McCune (piano) and Belden Bullock (bass).

T.S. Monk is the son of the legendary pianist, Thelonious Monk, whose compositions, style and persona form one of the greatest archetypes in all of jazz. T.S. grew up surrounded by a pantheon of jazz artists: John Coltrane and Sonny Rollins, Mary Lou Williams, Johnny Griffin, Randy Weston and Bud Powell where all constant visitors to their New York apartment. As an indication of the inter-connectedness of the jazz greats of that time, Art Blakey gave T.S. his first drum set and Max Roach was his teacher. T.S. is known as Toot by those closet to him. This given name (taken from a children's book turned into a Disney movie) was immortalized in his father's composition: "Little Rootie Tootie." T.S. proudly served as Monk senior's drummer during his twilight years. Getting accepted to play with his father, Thelonious, was no small feat - Monk's challenging music is fundamentally driven by the propulsive energy of the drums; furthermore, it is essential for the percussionist to clearly mark the forms, support the melody and provide responses to Monk's musical "calls." "My father didn't cut corners or make any accommodations for me," says T.S., "he gave me the opportunity to earn my place on the bandstand. Fortunately, I did."

Date:
Saturday, September 20th
Time:
8:00 PM
Location:
Vermont Jazz Center
Admission:
Sliding Scale ticket fee: $20.00 - $40.00
Tickets:
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Saturday, October 18th

Dafnis Prieto's Si o Si Quartet

Dafnis Prieto is a Cuban drum set virtuoso who can play over a tumbao with the best of them (as he did for many years with Eddie Palmieri), but his destiny is much broader than that. The Library of Congress states that Prieto is "unquestionably one of the important leaders of the New Latin Jazz movement." He himself states: "I am definitely Latin, I play Latin tunes. Inside my playing there is a rhythmic Latin culture, rich in syncopation...[but], it's not the same Latin jazz you have been hearing."

Perhaps the reason he earned a MacArthur "Genius" grant (an award given to artists who "show exceptional merit and promise for continued and enhanced creative work") was because he's so curious, adventurous and willing to deviate from expected conventions. Prieto is "attracted to anything new. I don't want stay in the music that I came from, and so I like to play with people who know the music I come from, but also know something else."

He will appear at the VJC with his longtime collaborators in Peter Afelbaum (saxophones), Manuel Valera (piano), Johannes Weidenmueller (bass).

Sponsored by Diana Bingham

Date:
Saturday, October 18th
Time:
8:00 PM
Location:
Vermont Jazz Center
Admission:
Sliding Scale ticket fee: $20.00 - $40.00
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Saturday, November 1st

Jeff Coffin and the Mu'tet

Jazz Times writes about the Mu'tet:
Any band that jams like this has earned an exclamation point in the title of its live album...equal parts Galactic and Dirty Dozen Brass Band...(Coffin) enters like a spinning top, corkscrewing his phrases into a tightly wound circle that turns into a cyclone.

On November 1st at 8:00 PM, The Vermont Jazz Center will present 3-time Grammy Winner, Jeff Coffin, saxophonist for the Dave Matthews Band and Béla Fleck's Flecktones. At the VJC, he'll be performing with the Mu'tet, a group that reflects Coffin's philosophy that "music must change and mutate in order to evolve." Their repertoire consists of catchy tunes set over an array of complex feels: deep funk, New Orleans, Latin and swing. Their sound is propelled by rhythms you've never heard before and imbued with world music influences. The surprise factor is that the compositions are often in odd meters, delivered over precise, danceable grooves.

Coffin will perform at the VJC with an all-star version of the Mu'tet that includes Felix Pastorius on electric bass (Yellow Jackets, son of Jaco), Bill Fanning on trumpet, Chris Walters on piano and keyboards and Roy "Futureman" Wooten on drums and percussion. This band has recorded six albums together and uplifted venues and festivals around the world.

Sponsored by Dave Ellis of Ellis Music and Roger Wilken of Clear Solutions.

Date:
Saturday, November 1st
Time:
8:00 PM
Location:
Vermont Jazz Center
Admission:
Sliding Scale ticket fee: $20.00 - $40.00
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Saturday, November 15th

Emerging Artist Series: Vocalists Sarah Elizabeth Charles and Integriti Reeves

The Vermont Jazz Center welcomes two treasured alumni to perform at the Vermont Jazz Center on November 15th at 8:00 PM as part of their Emerging Artist Series. After years of study and performance, vocalists Sarah Elizabeth Charles and Integriti Reeves have risen from dedicated students to seasoned professionals and in doing so have cultivated respect from peers and professionals throughout the national jazz scene. When Integriti and Sarah Elizabeth began their studies with Sheila Jordan and Jay Clayton at the VJC's summer jazz workshop about 10 years ago, the seeds of their commitment, self-discipline, diligent effort and abundant talent were already bearing fruit. Both have recently completed their academic training and are currently "in the trenches," teaching, recording and confidently performing at some of jazz's most prestigious venues. Their hard work has paid off and "now is the time" for them to develop recognition amongst a wider public.

Date:
Saturday, November 15th
Time:
8:00 PM
Location:
Vermont Jazz Center
Admission:
Sliding Scale ticket fee: $10-$30 and Student $7.50
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Friday, December 5th

The Vermont Jazz Center Big Band: Tribute to the Swing Era

Rob Freeberg, Musical Director
Scott Mullett, Guest Artist
Rebecca Holtz, Rob Fletcher, Guest Vocalists

The Vermont Jazz Center will present its annual big band swing gala on Friday, December 5th at 8:00 PM. This year's event celebrates the swing music of the 30s, 40s and 50s, when big band jazz served as North America's popular music and provided the pulse for social dancing. The 17 piece Vermont Jazz Center Big Band will be joined by Rebecca Holtz and Rob Fletcher, two exquisite singers with strong affinities to Swing. For one exceptional evening, their voices will ride on the waves of the authentic big band sound, bringing to life the allure of glitter and fantasy that characterized the musical diversion we still cherish.

The VJC big band is directed by trumpeter Rob Freeberg and features guest soloist, Scott Mullett on tenor saxophone and clarinet. Rob Freeberg was Director of Bands at New Rochelle High School, led his own professional big band as well as a community big band in Westchester County, received awards from the New York State School Music Association, and conducted high school performances at Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall. He currently directs the VJC Sextet and is the jazz instructor at The Putney School. Scott Mullett was Musical Director for Royal Caribbean cruise Lines and saxophonist for the legendary big bands of Woody Herman and Artie Shaw. He is the founder and musical director of the Keene Jazz Orchestra and teaches at Keene State College.

Date:
Friday, December 5th
Time:
8:00 PM
Location:
Vermont Jazz Center
Admission:
Sliding Scale ticket fee: $25 - $50, Students $20
Tickets:
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