Danjam Orch 10th Anniversary @ Rex – Aug 2018
Danjam Orchestra will be celebrating its 10th anniversary at The Rex in Toronto on August 6th and 7th 2018 (9:30pm start both nights). We will be playing material from as far back as 10 years ago as well as a brand new arrangement. I’ll be traveling from DC for the occasion and John Riley will be visiting from NYC. Come have a drink and enjoy these fantastic musicians!
Alex Dean Jazz Orchestra @ The Rex Dec 2017!
Tomorrow night the Alex Dean Jazz Orchestra kicks off two shows at the Rex ahead of recording our first full length album! We will be performing Alex Dean compositions arranged by Mike Malone, and yours truly. Come see me wave my arms in front of the band tomorrow & Thursday at 9:30pm both nights!
Pat Labarbera, Dave Neill, Shirantha Beddage
Trumpets: Alex Kundacioglu, Brian O’Kane,
Alex Brown, Mike Malone
Trombones: Terry Promane, Kelsley Grant,
Paul Tarussov, Pete Hysen
Guitar: Lorne Lofsky, Piano: Brian Dickinson
Bass:Kieran Overs, Drums: John Riley
Dates: Wednesday December 13th 2017, & Thursday December 14th 2017
Time: 9:30pm both nights
Location: The Rex Hotel
Address: 194 Queen St W, Toronto
Facebook Event: Link
Danjam Orch @ The Rex – Aug 2017
It has been almost two years since my big band has performed live as my life has undergone a few major changes – including joining The U.S. Army Field Band as a Staff Arranger and moving to Washington, DC! Now that things have more or less settled, I am proud to announce that one week from now the Danjam Orchestra will be back at The Rex for two nights of live music. We will be tackling 3 brand new arrangements including an original composition by Jason Logue. Please come out and support these amazing musicians!
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Getting ready for Danjam Orch rehearsal. We will attempt a Facebook live broadcast somewhere from ~11:30am- 3pm. Stay tuned!
- …band is brass and reed heavy, but he leavens their clout on three of his eight pieces with the airy vocalese of Jihye Kim, and his own tuneful solo take on Charlie Chaplin’s Smile… Downbeat Magazine