Wednesday, March 01, 2017
Journeys in Sound event this Sunday, March 5 at 4pm @ Arts at the Armory Cafe
“Research & Development” means
“Forward Looking Jazz”
The original (Boston – New England) 1989 Jazz Quintet of
CHARLIE KOHLHASE in a Special REUNION Concert with Matt Wilson
$15 ($10 seniors & students) cash at the door
One of the most important, active, original, creative musicians in our Boston metro area and with a national reputation bringing back to musical life the members of this modern Jazz 5tet that Charlie formed back in 1989. And each other musician still playing in their own environments, leaders in their right in New England, N.Y, nationally and around the globe!
Charlie Kohlhase alto, tenor & baritone saxophones.
Matt Wilson drums
Matt Langley tenor & soprano saxophones;
John Carlson trumpet & flugelhorn;
John Turner bass
The four releases by the Quintet are available on CD and LP.
“As a mainstay in Boston’s jazz scene, saxophonist Charlie Kohlhase has helped cultivate the city as one of America’s most fertile hotbeds for creative music.” (John Murph, Jazz Times Magazine)
“Kohlhase’s own themes are as action-packed as a comic book and as spontaneous in feel as graffiti.”
Equilibrium Concert Series prsents
EQ Split Bill No. 3
Sound Energy / Transient Canvas
$10 at door
The third installment of Equilibrium Concert Series’ split-bill concert series brings together local trailblazing ensembles Sound Energy and Transient Canvas.
Micah Brightwell – violin
Ashleigh Gordon - viola
Benjamin Swartz - cello
Amy Advocat – bass clarinet
Matt Sharrock – marimba