Bill Frisell Trio featuring Gregory Tardy & Tim Angulo

Show Date: Friday, July 26, 2024
Show Time: 7:30pm
Doors Open: 6:00pm

Ticket Price: $35 - $50
Show Type: Jazz
Restrictions: All Ages

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Bill Frisell’s career as a guitarist and composer has spanned more than 40 years and many celebrated recordings, whose catalog has been cited by Downbeat as “the best recorded output of the decade”.

“Frisell has had a lot of practice putting high concept into a humble package. Long hailed as one of the most distinctive and original improvising guitarists of our time, he has also earned a reputation for teasing out thematic connections with his music… There’s a reason that Jazz at Lincoln Center had him program a series called Roots of Americana.”  – New York Times

Born into a musical family, Gregory Tardy began his musical career studying classical clarinet. In high school, Gregory excelled in music, winning many awards and scholarships offers. While studying with renowned clarinetists Russell Dagon and Jack Snavely, Tardy began preparing for a symphony career. Over time, he began to be asked to play saxophone, to fill in missing gaps in various ensembles. Although he never practiced the saxophone seriously, Tardy began getting calls to play local funk gigs in the Milwaukee area. At the prodding of his older brother, Tardy finally listened to the duo recording of John Coltrane and Thelonious Monk playing “Monk’s Mood”, and then immediately determined to be a jazz musician.

Timothy Angulo is a drummer and composer whose music follows the lineage of Black musical innovators.

Originally from Berkeley, California, Angulo now calls two coasts home and is currently based in New York City. His teachers include Milford Graves, Michael Carvin, Ndugu Chancler, and Darcy James Argue. A glimpse of his sound can be heard in the score of Starz’s newest hit series Blindspotting. Pitchfork has lauded his “deep pocket drums” in his collaborative endeavors. By synthesizing sounds from his wide-ranging experiences, Angulo has opened doors for himself to work with renowned artists such as Ambrose Akinmusire, Reggie Workman, Wallace Roney, Kamasi Washington, Jeff Parker, Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, and Marlena Shaw. He is also a current member of the experimental music group L’Rain.



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