Tonight! Live Jazz! Matt Garrison‘s Duality Wednesday, (1/16/2019) 7-9pm
Matt Garrison woodwinds
Noah MacNeil keyboard
Saxophonist and composer Matt Garrison, a native New Yorker, has been on the NYC jazz scene since 1997. After taking an interest in music at an early age, his path eventually led him to jazz and improvization. He cultivated the necessary tools to become a professional musician at The Purchase Conservatory of Music and has since shared the stage with jazz luminaries such as Adam Nussbaum, Andy Laverne, Todd Coolman, Ray Vega, Jon Cowherd, Eliot Zigmund, and Dennis Irwin. Garrison's debut album "Familiar Places" garnered critical acclaim and peaked at #13 on the CMJ Jazz Radio Chart. "Blood Songs", Garrison's sophomore record, was released in May of 2012 and received glowing reviews. Patchwork, his third and latest record was released in April of 2014 and can be found at his website www.mattgarrisonmusic.com or from your favorite way of downloading music.
Noah MacNeil is a jazz pianist and composer who currently lives and performs in New York City. He studied at New York University (Music Theory and Composition and Computer Science) and the Berklee College of Music (Piano Performance). While at Berklee, he had the good fortune to be mentored by jazz greats Joanne Brackeen, Ray Santisi (pianist for Charlie Parker), Alain Mallet (pianist/keyboardist for Paul Simon), Vadim Neselovskyi (pianist for Gary Burton), among others. As a performer he has experience with a broad range of genres. From working with a contemporary jazz ensemble, playing on film-scoring sessions, classical
solo concerts, and backing up singers, he has honed his musical talents as a leader and also as part of a rhythm section.
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