Time: 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM Cost: Free
Western Washington University 516 High Street Bellingham, WA Contact:
Heather Dalberg email@example.com 3606503130 Event Categories:
The trio delights audiences with their emphasis on interplay, communication, and collective improvisation.
Kevin Woods- Trumpeter/composer Kevin Woods is quickly emerging as one of the most melodic and emotive voices in improvised music in the Northwest. His passion for both performance and education have made him in demand as a leader and a sideman as well as a composer, arranger and clinician. Woods lives in Bellingham, Washington and serves as Director of Jazz Studies at Western Washington University. Kevin is an artist/clinician for Yamaha
Corporation of America.
John Stowell- John Stowell began his successful career in the early 1970’s with private study with guitarist Linc Chamberland and pianist John Mehegan. Several years later he met bassist David Friesen in New York City, and they formed a duo that recorded and toured prolifically for seven years, with performances in the United States, Canada, Europe and Australia. John continues to tour, record and teach internationally. He has been Artist-In-Residence at schools in Germany, Indonesia, Argentina, and in the United States and Canada. Since 1995 he has been a contributing columnist for a number of magazines, including “Downbeat”, “Guitar Player”, “Canadian Musician”, “Soundcheck” (Germany), and “Guitar Club” (Italy).
Miles Black- Vancouver BC based composer, song-writer and multi-instrumentalist Miles Black has over 38 years of professional experience. He has recorded on over 800 albums, and has performed world-wide with many music greats, including Sweets Edison, Max Roach, Dee Daniels, Houston Person, Wynton Marsalis, Mark Murphy, Sheila Jordan and Lew Tabackin to name a few. Miles is currently co-leading the award winning and Juno-nominated modern jazz quartet Altered Laws with reed-man Tom Keenlyside. He is a member of the Oliver Gannon Quartet, The Mike Allen Quartet, He is also pianist with an exciting new jazz trio called “Triology”, and leader of his own Octet.