Art Lande's Concert Itinerary

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December   16  17, 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.

January 8-12, 2018
Art Lande In Residence at CalArts - California Institute of the Arts   School of Music
Valencia, CA

Classes will be held from 1pm to 3pm and 7pm - 9pm each day in RO Disney Hall. An always outstanding Friday concert featuring Art and faculty is being developed.

R.O. Disney Music Hall
24700 McBean Parkway
Valencia, CA 91355

January 14, 2018

Art Lande and Johannes Weidenmueller

Art Lande (piano)
Johannes Weidenmueller (bass)

A Special House concert at Chuck Ceraso's Gallery/Studio, (Google map) in Lafayette, CO
Suggested donation is $12
7:00 pm (tentative)
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.

Art Lande Master Classes
Spring Semester 2018, CU School of Music

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

Jan19Solo, Comp, Equal
How does a soloist make a coherent statement that has a clear character and tells a story? What does the role of accompanist entail? What about choruses or interludes that are group events rather than solos? Can two people share a solo?
Feb09European Jazz
We will play the music of European composers from Italy, France, Scandinavia, England, Austria and Poland, and do some listening as well. The music reflects both the classical tradition as well as the folk music of the countries.
Mar09Ear Training and Rhythm Games
Using voices and instruments we will actively work on skills that improvisers need to communicate their ideas and connect with what others are playing. The circle game format keeps things moving in time—it's a fun workout.
You will determine the content of this class. Give some thought to what you want to explore, learn about and experience. If you like, bring a piece to play (six copies) or a CD to share. Surely bring our openness and willingness to initiate and participate.
Apr27Folk - Rock Connection
Since the 60s there has been a strong intersection of funky rhythm and jazz influenced harmony and form. Bring a piece in this realm, I'll bring some, we'll do some listening, we’ll compose.