Posts Tagged ‘Marcus Gilmore’

Guitarist Gilad Hekselman Releases Fourth Album, THIS JUST IN (Jazz Village)

Saturday, March 30th, 2013

A Rapid Fire & Globally Relevant Endeavor,
Guitarist/Composer Gilad Hekselman Makes Commentary on Present Day Society’s 24/7 Information Glut,
On This Just In,
Featuring Hekselman’s Core Quartet: Saxophonist Mark Turner,
Bassist Joe Martin & 
Drummer Marcus Gilmore

Out APRIL 9, 2013 (Jazz Village / Harmonia Mundi)
(Updated Global Release Date)

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In the age of 24-hour cable news stations, the internet, smartphones and social media, the news cycle moves at an ever-quickening pace. On his scintillating fourth album, This Just In (Jazz Village/Harmonia Mundi), guitarist Gilad Hekselman takes a cue from that rapid-fire information stream and files his latest report from the front lines of modern jazz. (more…)

DAVE DOUGLAS AND GREENLEAF MUSIC RELEASE LIMITED EDITION BOX SET OF GREENLEAF PORTABLE SERIES VOLUMES 1, 2, & 3 ENTITLED THREE VIEWS

Monday, November 21st, 2011

ORIGINALLY DIGITAL-ONLY EPs COMPOSED BY DOUGLAS AND PERFORMED IN INFORMAL ‘SESSIONS’ WITH BRASS ECSTASY, RAVI COLTRANE, VIJAY IYER, LINDA OH, MARCUS GILMORE, AND NEW MUSIC ENSEMBLE SO PERCUSSION

SERIES LAUNCHED VIA NEW GREENLEAF WEBSITE, MOBILE SITE,
CLOUD & UPCOMING iPHONE/iPAD APPS

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14th Street Records Presents Jake Saslow’s ‘Crosby Street’

Saturday, September 24th, 2011

featuring

Fabian Almazan, Mike Moreno, Joe Martin, and Marcus Gilmore

Saxophonist and composer Jake Saslow considers himself a Long Islander, but spent his first six years in the heart of SoHo. On his début record, Crosby Street, Saslow pays tribute to the neighborhood of his earliest years, in the company of pianist Fabian Almazan, guitarist Mike Moreno, bassist Joe Martin and drummer Marcus Gilmore.

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Vijay Iyer Begins 4 Night Run at Jazz Standard Sept 22-25

Thursday, September 22nd, 2011

photo by Lynne Harty

Vijay Iyer‘s working trio with Marcus Gilmore and Stephan Crump is playing at New York’s Jazz Standard Thursday through Sunday, September 22-25.  They’ve just recorded a follow-up album to 2009’s Grammy-nominated Historicity; the new trio disc is slated for a March 2012 release on ACT Music.   At the Standard, the first two nights (Thurs-Fri, Sept 22-23) showcase the trio’s new and newly arranged music;  the second two nights (Sat-Sun, Sept 24-25), Vijay expands to a sextet, similar to the one that played at Castle Clinton a few months ago for the River to River Festival, with tenor saxophonist Mark Shim, altoist Steve Lehman, and cornet & flugelhorn player Graham Haynes.

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Guitarist Gilad Hekselman Pens Ten Tuneful Originals On 3rd Album, ‘Hearts Wide Open’

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011

Out Sept 13 on Le Chant Du Monde

Featuring Saxophonist Mark Turner, Bassist Joe Martin, and Drummer Marcus Gilmore

Guitarist Gilad Hekselman‘s third album, Hearts Wide Open, finds him in the company of his working trio with bassist Joe Martin and drummer Marcus Gilmore. They are joined by saxophonist Mark Turner in a set comprised entirely of Hekselman’s original material. The title refers to Hekselman’s perspective on the practice of music-making. “As musicians, we get to travel and play for different audiences, moving people and creating something positive in the world,” he says. “It’s about opening our hearts as musicians as well as opening the hearts of listeners.”

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Friday June 19: Two Excellent Client Events in New York City

Saturday, June 13th, 2009

Vijay Iyer (photo credit: Christopher Drukker)
Vijay Iyer (photo credit: Christopher Drukker)

Friday, June 19 – 8pm (doors 7:30)
VIJAY IYER TRIO performing at Harlem’s Temple M
Vijay Iyer, piano
Stephan Crump, bass
Marcus Gilmore, drums

TEMPLE M
555 West 141st Street (East of Broadway)
New York, NY 10031
Subways: 1 train to 137 & Broadway (City College) or A/B/C/D to 145 & St-Nicholas

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