Jazz Without Borders: An Exciting Collaboration of Jazz, Israeli, and Middle Eastern Music
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The last date listed for Jazz Without Borders was Monday March 22, 2010 / 7:30pm.
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"Whenever this trio plays, drop everything and go hear them!" The Boston Globe raved of the Boston Trio. One of the country's most exciting chamber music ensembles, this virtuosic group, with its daring performances of standard and contemporary repertoire, has played with major orchestras and at premier chamber music festivals throughout the United States and Europe. This program includes Haydn's Gypsy Trio, famous for its rondo finale, which draws on Hungarian folk music. Beethoven follows with his eerie Ghost Trio, one of his best known works in the genre. Considered one of Russian composer Anton Arensky's finest pieces, the romantic Trio No. 1 concludes the program. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from MikeArbunich
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Great little jazz session at the temple's event center.
The artists were fantastic and personable.
The diversity of music was quite good.
I think the group can do a lot with this mix of global influences.
Quaint venue, comfortable seating.
Quotes & Highlights
- “Naaman soared with remarkable dexterity on his alto sax. Marshall’s drums flowed and moved within an unshakable foundation.” -- <em>Allaboutjazz.com</em>
Jazz Without Borders
Eddie Marshall, drums, Nir Naaman, saxophone
Matt Clark, piano and Glenn Richman, bass
An exciting new collaboration between legendary jazz drummer Eddie Marshall and the dynamic young Israeli saxophonist, Nir Naaman. A mixture of contemporary jazz, Israeli, and Middle Eastern music, the group has a uniquely compelling sound.
About the Ticket Supplier: Music at MeyerMusic at Meyer is now established as one of the premier concert series in the Bay Area. It is a chance to start the week off right with beautiful music in a perfect setting - the Martin Meyer Sanctuary at Temple Emanu-El.
Music at Meyer showcases the most talented, visionary musicians across genres in the intimate, acoustically superb setting of Congregation Emanu-El's 375-seat Martin Meyer Auditorium.