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Discover the Jazz Innovators of Tomorrow with 'In the Mix' A Free Series of 27 Concerts Showcasing New England Conservatory's Exceptional Jazz Ensembles Monday, April 11 - Wednesday, May 4
(Published: March 15, 2016)

Discover the jazz innovators of tomorrow with In the Mix, 26 free 1-hour concerts, Monday, April 11 - Wednesday, May 4, 2016 at New England Conservatory in Boston. These concerts, featuring NEC's jazz ensembles, take place at 7, 8 and 9 p.m. each evening and are free and open to the public. Go to www.necmusic.edu or call 617-585-1122 for more details.

Each ensemble meets weekly and is coached by a member of NEC's renowned faculty including Jason Moran, John Lockwood, Jerry Bergonzi, Dominque Eade, Cecil McBee, John McNeil, Bob Nieske, Anthony Coleman, Rakalam Bob Moses, Ted Reichman, Bert Seager, Brian Levy, Joe Morris, Henrique Eisenmann, Frank Carlberg, Tanya Kalmanovitch, and Jerry Leake.


Monday, April 11 - Jordan Hall
Jordan Hall is located in the NEC main building, 290 Huntington St., Boston.

7 p.m. - Ensemble coached by Rakalam ‘Bob' Moses
Alexandra Keller, voice; Jeff Michaels, trumpet; Abraham Mennen, tenor saxophone; Adam Tuch, piano; Ben Prentice, guitar; Carlos Pino, bass; Eladio Rojas, drums

8 p.m. - Ensemble coached by Brian Levy
Brian Kim, voice; Alex Quinn, trumpet; Aaron Blumenthal, tenor saxophone; Hun Cho, piano; Christian Cahill, guitar; SangOuk Jung, bass; Russell Holzman, drums

Tuesday, April 12 - Pierce Hall
Pierce Hall is located on the first floor of NEC's St. Botolph Building, 241 St. Botolph Street, Boston.

7 p.m. - Ensemble coached by Jason Moran
Robert Pate, voice; Tree Palmedo, trumpet; Shihai Li, alto saxophone; Ben Nichols, tenor saxophone; Jacob Hiser, piano; Caio Afiune, guitar; Umar Zakaria, bass; Russell Holzman, drums

8 p.m. - Ensemble coached by Jason Moran
Natalie Dietz, voice; Elinor Spiers, violin; Jordan Skomal, trumpet; Gustavo D'amico, saxophone; Shane Simpson, piano; Andres Abenante, guitar; Isaac Levien, bass; Jongsun Park, drums

9 p.m. - Early Jazz Ensemble directed by Anthony Coleman
Charmaine Lee, voice; Jordan Skomal, trumpet; Travis Bliss, tenor saxophone; Rex Bennett, trombone; Chris McCarthy, piano; Jonathan Nankof, guitar; Isaac Levien, bass; Eladio Rojas, drums



Wednesday, April 13 - Brown Hall
Brown Hall is located on the first floor of NEC's main building, 290 Huntington Ave., Boston.

7 p.m. - Non-majors Ensemble directed by Tanya Kalmanovitch
Brandon Burns, voice; Julia Cohen, voice; Gina Ruzhansky, voice; Maya Ramchandran, violin/voice; Jeff Cox, bass; Nathan Vendel, drums

8 p.m. - Ensemble coached by Bob Nieske
Priya Carlberg, voice; Jeff Michaels, trumpet; Gustavo D'Amico, tenor saxophone; Daniel Sagastume, baritone saxophone; Hun Cho, piano; Drew Wesely, guitar; Dan Raney, bass; Eladio Rojas, drums

9 p.m. - Ensemble coached by Bob Nieske
Massimo Paparello, trumpet; Raef Sengupta, alto saxophone; Eric Stilwell, trombone; Luca Ferrara, guitar; Yuki Futami, piano; Simón Willson, bass; Zachary King, drums


Monday, April 25 - Pierce Hall

7 p.m. - Ensemble coached by Frank Carlberg
Alexandra Keller, voice; David Adewumi, trumpet; Ben Nichols, tenor saxophone; Peter Jonatan, piano; Evan Carley, bass; Mario Fabrizio, drums

8 p.m. - Ensemble coached by Cecil McBee
Eden Girma, voice; Jonah Phillion, alto saxophone; Max Lesser, tenor saxophone; Gabriel Fox-Peck, piano; Luca Ferrara, guitar; Evan Carley, bass; Kyungmin Kim, drums

9 p.m. - Ensemble coached by John Lockwood
Sofia Kriger, voice; Jeff Michaels, trumpet; Raef Sengupta, alto saxophone; Daniel Sagastume, baritone saxophone; Zachary Lavine, bass; Zachary King, drums


Wednesday, April 27 - Brown Hall

7 p.m. - Ensemble coached by Dominique Eade
Darynn Dean, voice; Molly Martin, voice; Ayinde Williams, piano; Cole Blouin, guitar; Seajun Kwon, bass; Mario Fabrizio, drums

8 p.m. - Ensemble coached by Dominique Eade
Priya Carlberg, voice; Sofia Kriger, voice; Robert Pate, voice; Laila Smith, voice; Shane Simpson, piano; Dan Raney, bass; Ryan Sands, drums

9 p.m. - Ensemble coached by Dominique Eade
Chloe Brisson, voice; Elizabeth Hoyt, voice; Brian Kim, voice; Eunjin Ahn, piano; Jonathan Nankof, guitar; Carlos Pino, bass; Jongsun Park, drums


Thursday, April 28 - Brown Hall

7 p.m. - Ensemble coached by Jerry Bergonzi
Chloe Brisson, voice; Nigel Yancey, alto saxophone; Travis Bliss, tenor saxophone; Shane Simpson, piano
Ben Prentice, guitar; SangOuk Jung, bass; Zachary King, drums


8 p.m. - Ensemble coached by Jerry Bergonzi
Elizabeth Hoyt, voice; Aaron Blumenthal, tenor saxophone; Xiangyu Tian, trombone; Hun Cho, piano; Heechan Cha, guitar; Umar Zakaria, bass; Kyungmin Kim, drums

9 p.m. - Ensemble coached by Jerry Bergonzi
Darynn Dean, voice; Alex Quinn, trumpet; Daniel Bitran, soprano saxophone; Matt Estabrook, tenor saxophone; Ayinde Willimans, piano; Christian Cahill, guitar; Evan Carley, bass; Jonathan Starks, drums


Monday, May 2 - Pierce Hall

7 p.m. - Ensemble coached by John McNeil
Chloe Brisson, voice; David Adewumi, trumpet; Gustavo D'Amico, sax; Yuki Futami, piano; Hong Kang, guitar; Carlos Pino, bass; Mario Fabrizio, drums

8 p.m. - Ensemble coached by John McNeil
Priya Carlberg, voice; Jeffrey Cox, trumpet; Nigel Yancey, alto saxophone; Alec Harper, tenor saxophone; Andres Abenante, guitar; Shane Simpson, piano; Dan Raney, bass; Jongsun Park, drums

9 p.m. - Ensemble coached by Frank Carlberg
Alexandra Keller, voice; David Adewumi, trumpet; Ben Nichols, tenor saxophone; Peter Jonatan, piano; Evan Carley, bass; Mario Fabrizio, drums


Tuesday, May 3 - Pierce Hall

7 p.m. - Ensemble coached by Bert Seager
Molly Martin, voice; Massimo Paparello, trumpet; Patrick Noonan, tenor saxophone; Xiangyu Tian, trombone; Ayinde Williams, piano; Christian Cahill, guitar; Zachary Lavine, bass; Jonathan Starks, drums

8 p.m. - Ensemble coached by Joe Morris
Carolyn Furniss, voice; Gabe Terracciano, violin; Will Greene, Saxophone; Abraham Mennen, tenor saxophone; Eric Stilwell, trombone; Jon Elbaz, piano; Andres Abenante, guitar; Simón Willson, bass; Russell Holzman, drums

9 p.m. - Ensemble coached by Joe Morris
Wonmi Jung, voice; Jeffrey Cox, trumpet; Alec Harper, tenor saxophone; Wendy Eisenberg, guitar; Drew Wesely, guitar; Elliot Cardinaux, piano; Zachary Lavine, bass; Aaron Edgcomb, drums


Wednesday, May 4 - Pierce Hall

7 p.m. - Ensemble coached by Henrique Eisenmann
Wonmi Jung, voice; Josh Gilbert, trumpet; Shihai Li, alto saxophone; Brian Aronow, tenor saxophone; Chris McCarthy, piano; Cole Blouin, guitar; Carlos Pino, bass; Francisco Vielma, drums/percussion

8 p.m. - Ensemble coached by Ted Reichman
Carolyn Furniss, voice; Travis Bliss, tenor sax; Alec Harper, tenor sax; Blake Manternach, trombone; Chris McCarthy, piano; Luca Ferrara, guitar; Simón Willson, bass; Jonathan Starks, drums

9 p.m. - Ensemble coached by Jerry Leake
Natalie Dietz, voice; Elinor Spiers, violin; Kyungmin Kim, drums; Zachary King, drums


NEC's Jazz Studies Department was the first fully accredited jazz studies program at a music conservatory. The brainchild of Gunther Schuller, who moved quickly to incorporate jazz into the curriculum when he became President of the Conservatory in 1967, the Jazz Studies faculty has included six MacArthur "genius" grant recipients (three currently teaching) and four NEA Jazz Masters, and alumni that reads like a who's who of jazz. Now in its 45th year, the program has spawned numerous Grammy winning composers and performers. As Mike West writes in JazzTimes: "NEC's jazz studies department is among the most acclaimed and successful in the world; so says the roster of visionary artists that have comprised both its faculty and alumni." The program currently has 95 students; 48 undergraduate and 47 graduate students from 13 countries.

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