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September 29, 2017

Boy Girl Band

    Art Lande (drums, mostly),
    Mark Miller (woodwinds, mostly)
    Ken Bernstein (guitar/bass, mostly)
    Clare Church (Ewi, mostly)
    Emily Takahashi (piano, mostly)
    Anisha Rush (woodwinds, mostly)
    Holly Amend (trombone, mostly)

A House concert at Chuck Ceraso's Gallery/Studio, (Google map) in Lafayette, CO
Suggested donation is $12
7:30 pm
House concerts are by invitation only. To request your invitation, Email Chuck at chuck.ceraso@artlande.com or call 303-666-9516 and indicate
   - the number of people in your party
   - your email/phone/contact info.

Sam Williams Quintet

Turn the Moon CD cover

Sam Williams - (saxophone)    Art Lande - (piano)
Tom Gershwin - (trumpet)    Patrick McDevitt - (bass)    Dru Heller - (drums)

Sam's music is deservedly front and center for two different settings in October. The Dairy Center's Pathways to Jazz Grant Recipient Concert and a three week residency at Nocturne Jazz and Supper Club.

The music and performance caliber couldn't be better and Sam's stage presence, stories and leadership make all of these evenings a real delight.

October 5, 2017

Nocturne Jazz and Supper Club

A three week residency exploring original compositions and jazz standards.
Contact Nocturne for more information and reservations.

Nocturne Jazz and Supper Club
1330 27th Street
Denver, CO  80205
303.295.3333
7PM - 10:30PM

October 6, 2017

Jazz at the Dairy: A Jazz Potpourri
Pathways to Jazz Grant Recipient Concert

Performing music from Sam's new album Turn the Moon

The Dairy Center for the Arts
Boulder, CO
7:30PM
Purchase Tickets $10 - $20

Art Lande Master Classes
Fall Semester 2017, CU School of Music

All classes meet on Fridays, 1:00PM - 3:00PM.
in Macky's Jazz Room (basement, west side).

Oct13Sadness, Pain, Loss And Anger as Musical Sources
Life's challenges has always inspired music as a way to feel, deal, express, share and alleviate pain so it doesn't turn into suffering. We will visit these places personally, as a group, but also play some pieces by Jazz composers that are relevant. The blues play a part, but how does your own personal blues sound?
Nov10The Music of Steve Swallow and Carla Bley
This couple has been playing in composing music together and individually for 50 years. The pieces are fun, interesting, beautiful, simple, challenging, and quirky; so – let's play them! Let's see if we can find doorways in and through this fridge for bar. Some listening to begin.
Dec01Music of Dignity, Nobility and Inner Strength
Let's stop slouching and lounging about for a moment, and stand proud of the precious life we have been given. The ancestors ask us to stand tall and resonate the humble dignity that brings hope, joy and strength, into our daily lives. Some music from jazz history will be played, as well as composing and improvising music resonating this vitality on this very day.


October 19, 2017

Nocturne Jazz and Supper Club

A three week residency exploring original compositions and jazz standards.
Contact Nocturne for more information and reservations.

Nocturne Jazz and Supper Club
1330 27th Street
Denver, CO  80205
303.295.3333
7PM - 10:30PM

October 9, 2017

Art Lande and Paul Warburton at Treppeda's

Treppeda's Italian Ristorante
300 2nd Ave    (map it)
Niwot, CO 80544
303-652-1606
6:30pm

October 13, 2017

Tina Phillips Quintet at Peak View Jazz

Tina Phillips - (vocals)
Art Lande - (piano)
Khabu Doug Young - (guitar)
Mark Simon - (bass)
Jill Fredericksen - (drums)

Peak View jazz
Greeley Country Club
4500 W. 10th Street  (map)
Greeley(Hwy 34, business rte)
$15 non-Peakview member, $10 Peak View member $5 student. Check or Cash
Optional buffet dinner 6:30 – 8:00 - $25 per person(tax & dessert included) Check or Cash
Reservations: 970-353-2267

November 19, 2017

Flex

Art Lande (piano)
Gonzalo Teppa (bass)
Dru Heller (drums)

Flex is a band formed in 2017 that embodies flexibility, flexion of muscle and mind, the reflex of heart and mood, and the inflection of a wide range of musical influences. Featuring pianist Art Lande, bassist Gonzalo Teppa, and drummer Dru Heller, the group embraces the myriad of possible textures and colors available to this time-honored instrumentation.

The bass takes over the theme in an arco fashion, a drum solo appears at an unexpected moment, forms are suspended or changed at will, a quiet piece gets funky or becomes a 5/4 for salsa dance. Each band member is ready to bring his musical wishes to the table at any moment, and the group embraces and commits to the new direction.

The repertoire of the band includes compositions from its members, arrangements of jazz standards, open improvisations, and tunes called-out or arrived-at that the ensemble has never playing together before. So there is an atmosphere of innovation and tradition.

Come and listen, take the ride, and flex your sensual, personal and musical consciousness with us -- we invite you to share in our band's joyful, energetic spirit.

A House concert at Chuck Ceraso's Gallery/Studio, (Google map) in Lafayette, CO
Suggested donation is $12
7:30 pm
House concerts are by invitation only. To request your invitation, Email Chuck at chuck.ceraso@artlande.com or call 303-666-9516 and indicate
   - the number of people in your party
   - your email/phone/contact info.

December 16, 2017

Tina Phillips Quartet

Tina Phillips - (vocals)
Art Lande - (piano)
Mark Simon - (bass)
Jill Fredericksen - (drums)

Blind Tiger Jazz Series
1325 Logan St  (map)
Denver, CO
$50 includes three-course dinner with wine. Only 40 tickets available, so don't hesitate. Make your reservation now at GiftOfJazz.org.