Upcoming Events

Kevin Dean & Friends

Joe Sullivan Quintet

Joe Sullivan 5tet featuring Yannick Rieu, François Bourassa, Jon Chapman and Jim Doxas


Kalmunity Jazz Project

#Jazz #Original #Experimental #Funk

Pravin Thompson/Jarrett Walser Trio

Pravin Thompson is an International Jazz Guitarist based in New York City. Originally from South Plainfield New Jersey, Pravin began studying guitar at age 10 after years of watching his older brother play. He quickly began playing in local rock bands and school ensembles where he was first exposed to jazz. After graduating, Pravin attending New Jersey City University and majored in Jazz studies. Through the school he has performed with Allen Farnham, Joel Weiskopf, Paul Meyers, Nate Eklund, Bob Malach, and Pete McGuinness.! ! In 2014, Pravin graduated from NJCU and released a 6 track EP entitled “Identity,” featuring all original compositions. Grabbing influences everywhere from Miles Davis to Smashing Pumpkins, “Identity” is a blend of Rock and Jazz. Singer-Songwriter like melodies, along with improvisation and heavy band interaction.! ! Since releasing “Identity” Pravin has relocated to Brooklyn where he maintains a busy performing schedule as a side-man and leader. ShapeShifter Lab, Rockwood Music Hall, Pianos, Kava Shteeble, Pete’s Candy Store, The Shrine, Silvana, Bar Next Door, are some of the of local venues he Performs at regularly. He has also played in Resonance Cafe and Upstairs Jazz Lounge in Montreal, Canada.! ! Pravin also plays in many large ensembles. Frequently subbing in bands such as Big Beat, Erica Seguine & Shannon Baker Jazz Orchestra, Pangean Orchestra, New Generation Theater Company, and Brillbird/Jessica Ackerley: Double Trio ensemble. Pravin was apart of the “Super: The Musical” ensemble, which was performed during 2016’s NYC Fringe Festival and won the “Overall excellence” award. Jarrett Walser began his musical journey at the age of three but his love for jazz began at the age of 11 when he started studying at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center’s (NJPAC) Wachovia Jazz for Teens program. During his 7 years at NJPAC, he had the fortunate opportunity to study with jazz greats such as Ralph Peterson, Cecil Brooks III and Dion Parson. After his studies at NJPAC, he continued to pursue his passion for music at Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts, where he received his B.A. in Jazz Performance. While there he was able to study with world class musicians Victor Lewis, Ralph Bowen and Conrad Herwig to name a few. Over the years, Jarrett Walser has performed with various groups at numerous venues and occasions including performances at the Iridium, Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola, Victoria Theater at New Jersey Performing Arts Center, WBGO Jazz Vespers, Trumpets, Chico’s, the Blue Note, Blues Alley and Carnegie Hall. Jarrett plans to focus on his life long passion of playing music and expressing the richness of jazz in his artistry as a drummer.

Pravin Thompson - guitar/compositions // Jarrett Walser - drum/compositions

#Jazz #Original #Experimental #Instrumental


Ted Crosby - winds // Simon Millerd - trumpet // Jacob Wiens - guitar // Ben Dwyer - bass

#Jazz #Original #Experimental #Instrumental

Chris McCarthy's Sonder Album Release Show

Respected keyboardist and Seattle native, Chris McCarthy is releasing his highly-anticipated, intricate album “Sonder,” out on Red Piano Records. This show at Resonance Cafe is the band's Montreal debut. Sonder is a product of something truly special. It's a collection of originals and covers ranging from indie champions Deerhoof to The Beatles, and classic soul singer Irma Thomas to Thelonious Monk. McCarthy's band is comprised of four of the most exciting young jazz musicians on the east coast scene today: Max Light on guitar, JK Kim on drums, Carrie Furniss on voice, and Simon Willson on bass. The rhythm section has been playing regularly with renowned trumpeter Jason Palmer's group in Boston for several years, and while many of the songs are in the rock/pop idiom, improvisation still pays a crucial role in the record.

Chris McCarthy - piano // Carrie Furniss - voice // Max Light - guitar // Simon Willson - bass // JK Kim - drums

#Jazz #Original #Vocal #Poetry

Tribute to Thad Jones Big Band

The Atomic Big Band is proud to present a tribute to the greatest big band composer and arranger ever alive: Thad Jones! This concert is an initiative from Ben Deschamps that formed this band for the moment of that show to bring back the memories of the greatest genius of big band.
Benjamin Deschamps - alto sax/leader
François d'Amour - alto sax
Dany Roy - tenor sax
Mario Allard - tenor sax
JeanFrançois Ouellet - bary sax
Chris Vincent - Trombone
Jean-Nicolas Trottier - trombone
Taylor Donaldson - trombone
Jean-Sébastien Vachon - trombone basse
Dominic Léveillé - trumpet
Maxime St-Pierre - trumpet
Jacques Kuba Séguin - trumpet
David Carbonneau - trumpet
Charles Trudel - piano
Sébastien Pellerin - bass
Alain Bourgeois - drums

Atomic Big Band

#Jazz #Standards #Instrumental #Big Band music

Andres Vial and Friends

Performing rarely heard compositions by Thelonious Monk, Bud Powell, George Shearing and more!

Andres Vial - piano // TBA - bass // Andre White - drums

#Jazz #Standards

GIGANTOSAURUS REX - Everything is R3d Tour

GIGANTOSAURUS REX incites with sound what their name suggests, but rather than one that overwhelms an audience, the sound that they create is one that’s inviting—huge and enveloping, and relentless in groove.

GIGANTOSAURUS REX - drums & effect, keyboards, bass

#Jazz #Original #Experimental #Instrumental #Electronic #Funk #noisewave

End of Year Music Recital - Fundraiser for Montreal Children's Hospital

Music teachers Ainsley McNeaney, Pierre Haché, Stephanie Moore and Simone Pitot present a showcase of their guitar, voice, drum and piano students in an afternoon fundraiser for the new Montreal Children's Hospital.

Ainsley McNeaney - piano / voice students // Pierre Haché - guitar / drum students // Simone Pitot - guitar / voice students // Stephanie Moore - piano students

#Jazz #Classical #Original #Instrumental #Vocal #Student Recital

Kevin Dean & Friends

Jeannette & Michel Lambert with Reg Schwager

Join us as we launch Reg Schwager's new cd Songbooks with a performance of his latest vocal jazz compositions. We'll also continue our exploration of melodic poetry with free jazz. The evening will feature evocative vocals, masterful guitar and expressive drumming.

Jeannette Lambert - voice // Michel Lambert - drums // Reg Schwager - guitar

#Jazz #Vocal #Poetry

Kalmunity Jazz Project

#Jazz #Original #Experimental #Funk

Lancement de l'album Pando-Ô-Puces

Pando is an improvisation quartet that recycle sounds during its performances. You can send any sound you want to our website and have the pleasure of hearing it live. We're launching our new album based on a musical flee market. Come hear our bazar !

Vincent Fournier-Boisvert - cello // Christian Berthiaume - guitar // Etienne Lebel - trombone // Mathieu Gaudreault - violin/electronics

#Original #Experimental #Instrumental

Taylor Donaldson Big Band

Taylor Donaldson - trombone / conductor // Benjamin Deschamps - alto sax // Jason Stillman - alto sax // Annie Dominique - tenor sax // Michael Johancsik - tenor sax // Philippe Côté - baritone sax // Dominic Rossi - trumpet // Andy King - trumpet // Lex French - trumpet // Nicolas Boulay - trumpet // David Martin - trombone // Oli Hébert - trombone // Colin Lloyd - trombone // Jean-Sébastien Vachon - bass trombone // Jo Cayer - piano // Sébastien Pellerin - bass // Louis-Vincent Hamel - drums

#Jazz #Original #Standards #Instrumental #big band

Kaufmann/Lillinger/Landfermann : grünen

The Berlin-based trio grünen (“the greening”) was formed in 2009. Their first – completely improvised – encounter was recorded and subsequently released by Clean Feed Records. For their second disc, the trio mixed spontaneous improv with some predetermined structures – taking new turns with written material, some of it rhythmically quite intricate and/or evoking images of surrealistic jazz and song: a strategy the three have adopted for their highly unpredictable concert performances as well. On the occasion of Achim Kaufmann's receiving the Albert Mangelsdorff award, grünen performed at the Berlin Jazz Fest in November 2015. “They create something new with a ‘traditional’ piano trio, with a high level of musicality and creativity. These three artists do not play music, they are music.” Stef Gijssels – Free Jazz Blog

Achim Kaufmann - piano // Robert Landfermann - double bass // Christian Lillinger - drums and percussion

#Jazz #Experimental

Sandcatchers: oud meets lap steel

SANDCATCHERS is a quartet with Yoshie Fruchter, Myk Freedman, Michael Bates and Yonadav Halevy - a fresh sound blending the middle eastern trope of the oud with the dreamy, americana infused textures of the steel. Featuring original music by Fruchter inspired both by maqam and the Appalachian trail, Sandcatchers is a beautiful collaboration of sound and souls.

Sandcatchers - oud/lap steel // Yoni Kaston - clarinet

#Original #Instrumental #middle eastern Americana

JMQ - aka: Jeffrey May Quartet

JMQ, featuring Jeffrey May’s jazz flute and the dynamic rhythm section of Joe Ferracuti on piano, Sage Reynolds on bass, and Pierre Haché on drums, brings a fresh new sound to the standard jazz répertoire. This music is designed to brighten your day!

Jeffrey May - flute // Joe Ferracuti - piano // Sage Reynolds - bass // Pierre Haché - drums


Andres Vial and Friends

Playing rarely heard compositions by Bud Powell, Thelonious Monk, George Shearing and more!

Andres Vial - piano // Alec Walkington - bass // Andre White - drums

#Jazz #Standards


Exploring and widening the intersections between genres of pop, jazz, soul , country by infusing them with attention and liberty...

Kim zombik - voice // NIcolas Caloia - bass

#Original #Funk #Poetry

Kalmunity Jazz Project

#Jazz #Original #Experimental #Funk

ACUMEN - Album Release

ACUMEN is a new original project from composer and pianist Gabriel Evangelista. The repertoire consists of two suites of compositions and arrangements. The Music involves a strong focus on through-composed material and reharmonization.
Trio (Piano - Guitar - Bass)
1- Wish You The Best
2- Conversation on the Fundamental
3- Heroic Fantasy
4- Elaboration on Bliss
5- Lone Wolf
6- Heart Out
7- Day in the Sun
8- Placid Gaze
9- Polar Serenity
10- As Always
Solo (Piano)
1- Saint Louis Blues
2- What's New?
3- All The Things You Are
4- Round Midnight
5- Garôta de Ipanema

Gabriel Evangelista - piano, composer // Nicolas Laurencelle - guitar // Juan Pablo Carmona - bass

#Jazz #Original #Instrumental

Andrew Downing's Otterville

Otterville is Andrew Downing’s foray into the complex simplicity of his ancestral Tobacco Belt lineage. The music is nostalgic, evocative, peaceful and humourous, finding influence from Kurt Weill, Billy Strayhorn, Erik Satie and Bill Frisell. The magical layering of lap steel guitar, vibraphone, cello, saxophone, bass and drums creates the backdrop for the subtleness of the music to quietly squeeze the listener into emotional submission. The group’s debut double CD, simply called Otterville, was released in 2016 to critical acclaim. Andrew Downing (cello), Michael Davidson (vibraphone), Christine Bougie (lap steel guitar), Allison Au (alto saxophone), Andrew Miller (drums), Michael Smith (bass)

Andrew Downing - cello

#Original #quiet folk jazz

Ben Richter: Panthalassa

Ben Richter's Panthalassa: Dream Music of the Once and Future Ocean transforms a prepared microtonal accordion into the voice of the primordial Earth-wide ocean, conjuring alien worlds with shimmering just-intonation harmonies, controlled beating frequencies, and sliding, moaning melodies that zoom in and out of the droning sonic abyss.

Ben Richter - accordion

#Classical #Experimental #drone

Ron Seguin Quartet

Modern jazz

Ron Seguin - bass // Ben Charest - guitar // Jeff Johnston - piano // Michel Lambert - drums

#Jazz #Original music

Thanya Iyer + Dan Misha Goldman

Thanya Iyer - piano/voice // Dan Misha Goldman - guitar/voice // Daniel Gélinas - drums/voice // Alex Kasirer-Smibert - bass/synth // Simon Millerd - trumpet

#Jazz #Original #Experimental #Vocal #Electronic

Marcel A Trio

Based around melodic and soulful approach of Marcel Anicic’s guitar playing, and his eloquent compositional and arranging style, the Marcel A trio offers a dynamic marriage of modern jazz, funk, soul, blues and latin music. At times groovy, hip, cool, contemplative, moody and introspective, the Marcel A Trio explores themes of joy, sorrow, faith, spirituality, doubt, hope, love, loss and peace, while staying true to the form and beauty of jazz music. They are back at Résonance with a new album – As Shadows Fall – which features original compositions by Marcel Anicic, as well as carefully selected jazz standards. They invite you to embark with them on a unique musical journey full of emotions and beauty of the jazz music.

Marcel Anicic - guitar // Daniel di Cintio - bass // Aaron Dolman - drums

#Jazz #Original #Standards #Instrumental #Funk

Ananda X. Suddath trio

Ananda X. Suddath - guitar

#Jazz #Standards #Instrumental


Togetherness! was formed through a chance meeting of musicians from Cape Town and Montreal with a mutual love for jazz music of South Africa. This special music combines kwela, gospel, jazz and the avant gard. We play the music of Abdullah Ibrahim, Dudu Pukwana, Mongezi Feza, Johnny Dyani, international sound travellers like Don Cherry and William Parker, and our own music too.

Ellwood Epps - trumpet // Erik Hove - alto saxophone // Scott Thomson - trombone // Stephane Diamantakiou - bass // Louis-Vincent Hamel - drums


Marie-Fatima Rudolf Trio

Marie-Fatima Rudolf - piano


Dark Maatr

dArk mAAt'r’s combination of familiar and innovative elements inspires curiosity and intrigue in their listeners. Their brand of Cosmic FreeDome Funk represents a blending of samples, soundscapes & an electro/acoustic sound that flows into a tapistry of hipjazzsoulbopfunkhop. While they paint a picture of sound, audiences can explore and experience multi-layered musical depths.

Jean Michel Frederick - keys // Zach Frampton - keys // Jahsun - drums // Conn Shawnery - decks // Mark Haynes - bass

#Original #Experimental #Instrumental #Electronic #Funk #Cosmic Freedom Funk

Adam Birnbaum Trio

The Adam Birnbaum Trio plays a mix of originals and classic standards interpreted in a modern jazz style. The group features Luke Sellick on bass and Dan Aran on drums.

Adam Birnbaum - piano


L' Aubuscule: lancement de l'Album Soleil

Michaël Stellaire is a Montreal sound artist exploring fingerstyle and modern percussion techniques on the acoustic guitar. His last work, l'Album Soleil, is an experimental journey through psychedelic folk, free improvisation, micro-editing, Arabic chants and acousmatic concepts. L' Aubuscule is the show that the album summoned inside which gently collide poetry, contemporary dance and multicultural hybridization through deep musical collaborations.

Michaël Stellaire - guitar, piano // J-yves Grincherault - experimentation // Daniel Capeille - pc // Mathilde H'zé - dance // pamela Gómez Widman - dance

#Experimental #Instrumental #Poetry #Contemporary Dance #Psychedelic folk #Acoustic post-rock fingerstyle guitar

Anctil/Leblanc Quartet

Guitarist Jean-Michel Leblanc and pianist Yannick Anctil join forces for this new quartet project. Assisted by Mathieu McConnell Enright on double bass and Frédéric Hébert on drums, they deliver their original tunes: spatial and silky soundscapes influenced by folk, latin and swing music.

Jean-Michel Leblanc - electric guitar // Yannick Anctil - piano // Mathieu McConnell Enright - double bass // Frédéric Hébert - drums

#Jazz #Original #Experimental #Instrumental

Max's Group + Maude Desrosiers

Max's group will be playing original music featuring the great talents of:
Simon Millerd, trumpet
Maxime Tremblay, Guitar
Gentiane Gagnon, Piano
Louis-Vincent Hamel, Drums
Maude Desrosiers will perform a solo clarinet piece with ghost score by Morton Subotnick.
Passages of the Beast is a solo clarinet work for an amplified clarinet, and like the other ghost pieces , the amplification is done through a processing device called the ghost electronics. These ghost electronics are controlled by an audio tape, which is composed and prepared especially for the work. The result is a constantly changing acoustical environment within which the clarinet plays evoking the awakening of the beast .

Maxime Tremblay-Rheault - guitar

#Jazz #Original #Experimental #Instrumental #Electronic

James Bayford Quartet at Resonance Cafe

Jazz standards with a modern flair. The group is led by James Bayford, a recent Humber College Graduate. This show is one of many as part of his July Full Steam Ahead Tour - which features local rhythm sections as he travels from Coast to Coast by train.

James Bayford - tenor saxophone // Chris Edmondson - alto saxophone // TBD - bass // TBD - drums

#Jazz #Standards

RootRow's First Show!

RootRow is the brainchild of composer and bassist Jono Thorpe. Merging his interests in jazz, minimalism, folk and pop, this trio is the culmination of his works to this point. Pianist Zack Santella and Drummer Sean Allison contribute immensely to development and exploration of the music, adding their own personal touch to the pieces Jono writes. Channeling their creative spirits and energy, the trio tries to mould the music into something unique every time they get on stage.

Jono Thorpe - bass and compositions // Zack Santella - piano // Sean Allison - drums

#Jazz #Original #Instrumental

Andrew Schiller Quartet

The members of the Andrew Schiller Quartet, residing in New York City, initially formed as an outlet to workshop and perform new compositions by Schiller and have played frequently at prominent venues and music series throughout NYC. This group strives to bring improvisation to the foreground of every performance. A musical trust has been established amongst the members of the group, allowing them to take risks and interpret compositions with sincerity and spontaneity. The group searches for a delicate musical balance: tightrope walking through treacherous solo sections while maintaining the flexibility and awareness to alter form/style/tonality at any moment. The quartet recorded their debut album Tied Together, Not To The Ground in October 2016 which was released in May 2017 on Red Piano Records. The compositions on this album range stylistically but maintain a strong overlying theme. The album’s title refers to Schiller’s own attempt to hold on to his identity, memories, and beliefs without letting the weight of nostalgia cause stagnation. Songs from the record tend to conjure up an array of relatable recollective imagery—pivotal places, experiences, and people encountered—not just as a scrapbook of journeys, but as a gentle reminder to take the occasional leap forward into the unknown.

Andrew Schiller - bass // Hery Paz - tenor saxophone // Alec Harper - tenor saxophone // Robin Baytas - drums

#Jazz #Original #Instrumental

New Organ Trio

A mix of jazz ,70's boogaloo,funk,and soul this group will join straight ahead jazz organ trio with party grooves..Bring your dancing shoes...party time at the Resonance..

Lorrie Goodman - organ // Reno de Stefano - guitar // Martin Auguste - drums

#Jazz #Instrumental #Funk #Jazz,funk,boogaloo,soul

Mike Bjella

Mike Bjella returns to Montreal and assembles the crew to play Love songs.

#Mango tree music

Chris Maskell Quartet

Chris Maskell is an emerging voice in the Montreal and Ottawa jazz scenes. As a recent graduate of McGill’s jazz program, he’s had the chance to study with saxophonists such as Donny Kennedy, Frank Lozano and Rémi Bolduc. At this performance, his group will present a mix of original music and jazz standards.

Chris Maskell - saxophone // Gentiane MG - piano // Jonathan Chapman - bass // William Machado - drums

#Jazz #Original #Standards #Instrumental

Alex Lefaivre Quartet featuring Andy King, Evan Shay and Noam Guerrier-Freud

This addition of the Alex Lefaivre Quartet will feature Andy King on trumpet, Evan Shay on tenor sax and Noam Guerrier-Freud on drums. The repertoire is a mix of originals, jazz standards and different covers ranging from pop, classical music and film music.

Alex Lefaivre - bass // Andy King - trumpet // Evan Shay - tenor saxophone // Noam Guerrier-Freud - drums


Jonathan Chapman Quintet

Jonathan Chapman Quintet presents an evening of exciting original music and rewarding jazz standards. The group draws inspiration from jazz, avant-garde, folk and rock influences, to the delight of the listener.

Ethan Heyenga - alto sax. // Alex Francoeur - tenor sax. // Andrew Marzotto - guitar // Jonathan Chapman - bass // Aaron Dolman - drums

#Jazz #Original #Standards #Experimental #Instrumental

Aaron Dolman Trio

The Aaron Dolman Trio is made up of three sympathetic musicians who explore jazz standards as well as original works with an eagerness to stretch the musical possibilities of the chord-less trio format through highly reactive, sensitive and engaging musical inter-play.

Alex Francoeur - saxophone // Jonathan Chapman - bass // Aaron Dolman - drums


Sebastian Bailey Quartet

Saxophonist and composer, Sebastian Bailey will be performing original works and favourite standards with his new quartet. After twelve years abroad in the U.S. and Europe including six years in Berlin, Germany as a professional soloist and sideman, with two releases of original and improvised music to date, Silhouettes of Silence (Fresko Music, 2013) and Love Song For The Nation (Vineyard Music, 2016), Bailey is now enjoying time to work on his next project due to be released in Spring, 2018. He is currently completing a master’s of music in jazz performance at the Schulich School of Music with a focus in composition where he has been studying with Christine Jensen, Joe Sullivan, Donny Kennedy and John Hollenbeck. Recent performances in Montreal have included concerts with Kevin Dean, Andre White, Solon McDade, among others.

Sebastian Bailey - saxophone // Jonathan Turgeon - piano // Jonathan Chapman - bass // William Machado - drums

#Jazz #Original #Standards #Instrumental

Kennedy/Mossing Quintet

Donny Kennedy and Dave Mossing have been performing together in various settings for over 25 years. This new project unites them as co-leaders, featuring their compositions with a top-notch rhythm section of André White, Johnny Chapman, and Dave Laing.

Donny Kennedy - saxophone // Dave Mossing - trumpet // André White - piano // Johnny Chapman - bass // Dave Laing - drums


Papacho Sirdey Trio ft. Olivier Babaz & Ivan Bamford

Papacho Sirdey - piano // Olivier Babaz - bass // Ivan Bamford - drums

#Jazz #Original #Standards #Experimental #Instrumental

Quentin Tolimieri

Improvised solo piano drawing from a range of experimental genres, particularly free jazz, free improvisation, and contemporary composed music.

Quentin Tolimieri - piano

#Jazz #Classical #Experimental #Instrumental

Matt Choboter Quintet

The quintet navigates original compositions and exploring varied rhythmic and harmonic frameworks. Concepts of recession and growth, varied dialogue between spontaneity and intricate composition, time experienced on both the micro and macro levels and polyrhythmic interactions with the goal of highly subjective perceptual flexibility. Informed by Carnatic rhythmic ideas, of how time and space can be experienced with great accuracy by way of interacting large-scale and small-scale frameworks. The goal to infuse multi-cultural musical practices and procedures into a Canadian Jazz context.

Matt Choboter - piano

#Original #Instrumental #post-jazz


Togetherness! was formed through a chance meeting of musicians from Cape Town and Montreal with a mutual love for jazz music of South Africa. This special music combines kwela, gospel, jazz and the avant gard. We play the music of Abdullah Ibrahim, Dudu Pukwana, Mongezi Feza, Johnny Dyani, international sound travellers like Don Cherry and William Parker, and our own music too.

Ellwood Epps - trumpet // Scott Thomson - trombone // Erik Hove - alto saxophone // Rus Nerwich - tenor & soprano saxophone // Stéphane Diamantakiou - bass // Louis-Vincent Hamel - drums


Aerialists cd release

About Aerialists: In a world where hyphenated genres are becoming the norm, all kinds of monikers are available for a contemporary folk band - post-folk, trad-core, alt-roots. File under World, or file under Celtic? Aerialists fits best with the beautifully contradictory term prog-trad, melding their ferociously creative harmonic sensibilities with a deep love for folk traditions. Aerialists are Scottish harpist Màiri Chaimbeul (Darol Anger & The Furies), and Canadians Adam Iredale-Gray (Fish & Bird) on guitar and Elise Boeur (Jenny Ritter) on fiddle. Performing as a 5 piece band with drums and bass, Aerialists combine post-rock textures and trad energy to create captivating new music. “Aerialists interweave Gaelic and Scandinavian folk traditions with jazz and just a hint of rock in an intoxicating blend.” - Folk Radio UK A Celtic Explosions In The Sky - Calgary Audience Member.

Adam Iredale-Gray - guitar // Elise Boeur - fiddle // Mairi Chaimbeul - scottish harp

#Original #Instrumental #Celtic prog rock

Oddjob Ensemble

Hailing from Sonoma County, Oddjob Ensemble performs a myriad of musical styles and collaborates with perfomance artists in Vaudevillian shows, musical theater, and the avant garde. The Ensemble, led by Kalei Yamanoha, is a trio that is comprised of trap kit, string bass and accordion. Dancing to energizing early jazz numbers, listening to ethereal folk music and stomping to raucus overtures, the crowd will have their ears twisted into a delicious musical pretzel.

Oddjob Ensemble - accordion

#Jazz #Original #Instrumental #Vocal #Klezmer/balkan