Hazmat Modine Spring Tour_ 2018

 

 

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May 24th - June 19th
Jaro Medien presents

HAZMAT MODINE_BOX OF BREATH TOUR

24.05.2018
Osnabrück
Blue Note im Cinema Arthouse
Germany

Time: 20:15.

Address: E.M. Remarque-Ring 16.

Venue phone: (0541) 600 650.

25.05.2018
Bensheim
REX
Germany

Time: 20:00.

Address: Fabrikstr. 10.

26.05.2018
Baden Baden
Blues Club – Löwensaal
Germany

Time: 20:00.

Address: Haupstr. 89.

Venue phone: +49 7221 70633.

27.05.2018
Berlin
Kulturbrauerei / Kesselhaus
Germany

Time: 20:30.

Venue phone: +49 30 443 15 140.

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29.05.2018
Wels
Alter Schlachthof
Austria

Time: 20:00.

30.05.2018
Schorndorf
Manufaktur
Germany

Time: 20:00.

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31.05.2018
Schweinfurt
Kulturhaus Der Stattbahnhof
Germany

Time: 20:00.

Address: Alte Bahnhofstraße. 8 -12.

01.06.2018
Hard
Kammgarn
Austria

Time: 20:00.

Address: Spinnereistraße 10.

Venue phone: +43 5574 82731.

02.06.2018
Feuchtwangen
KUKOZE
Germany

Time: 20:00.

Address: Breitenau 51.

03.06.2018
Pfullendorf
Fabrik
Germany

Time: 20:00.

05.06.2018
Innsbruck
Treibhaus
Austria

Time: 20:00.

Address: Angerzellgasse 8.

Venue phone: +43 512 572000.

06.06.2018
Hamburg
Fabrik
Germany

Time: 20:00.

Address: Barner Str. 36.

Venue phone: +49 40 391070.

07.06.2018
Lutterbeck bei Kiel
Lutterbecker

Italy

Time: 20:15.

08.06.2018
Worpswede
Music Hall Worpswede e. V.
Germany

Time: 20:00.

Address: Findorffstraße 21.

Venue phone: +49(0)4792950139.

09.06.2018
Hildesheim
Audi Max / Universität
Germany

Time: 20:00.

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10.06.2018
Dresden
Jazzclub Tonne
Germany

Time: 20:00.

Address: Tzschirnerpl. 3.

Venue phone: +49 351 8026017.

11.06.2018
Paris
tbc
France

Time: 20:00.

14.06.2018
Lich
Kino Traumstern
Germany

Time: 20:00.

Address: Gießener Straße 15,.

Venue phone: 06404 – 3810.

15.06.2018
Arnhem
Luxor Live
Netherlands

Time: 20:00.

Address: Willemsplein 10.

Venue phone: +31 26 351 1660.

16.06.2018
Saarburg
Glockengiesserei
Germany

Time: 20:00.

Address: Staden 130.

Venue phone: +49 6581 2336.

17.06.2018
Nürnberg
St. Katharina Open Air
Germany

Time: 20:00.

19.06.2018
Landsberg am Lech
Stadttheater Landsberg
Germany

Time: 20:00.

Address: Schlossergasse 381.

Venue phone: 0 8191 12 83 33.

Tuba Trio_Augusta Savage Gallery_April 10th

AUGUSTA SAVAGE GALLERY


Performance Series

Augusta Savage Gallery at the University of Massachusetts Amherst is pleased to announce a one-week performance series of music, dance, readings, and discussions that will run from April 9 – 13 at 7pm.

 

Lindel Hart & Linda McInerney and Joseph Daley

 

TUES, APRIL 10, 7pm

  • Home, Let Me Come Home / Home Is Wherever I'm With You – An unrehearsed conversation between director and producer, Linda McInerney and Lindel Hart, actor explores what home can be and how it can be made.

 

  • Joseph Daley Trio – This concert featuring master musicians Joseph Daley (Tuba), Warren Smith (Percussion), and Scott Robinson (Reeds) is dedicated to the memory of visionary composer, improviser, & multi-instrumentalist Sam Rivers. Joseph Daley has performed on the adventurous music scene with remarkable artists Sam Rivers, Carla Bley, Gil Evans, Charlie Haden, Taj Mahal and so many more. In 2011 he released his brilliant CD, The Seven Deadly Sins. This album received rave reviews and made several best of 2011 lists. Since 2011 Daley has produced 4 other acclaimed projects for his JoDa Music label while continuing sideman duties with Liberation Music Orchestra, Bill Cole’s Untempered Ensemble, Gravity and Hazmat Modine. Warren Smith is known for masterful percussion work with an endless array of jazz artists, a bevy of pop stars, and in countless studios and Broadway pit bands, as well as on more than 3,000 recordings. He might be the only man alive who has played with Nat King Cole, Miles Davis, Harry Partch and Charles Mingus, Anthony Braxton, Muhal Richard Abrams, Count Basie, Gil Evans, Nina Simone and Carmen McRae, as well as Janis Joplin, Van Morrison, Quincy Jones, Aretha Franklin, Nancy Wilson, Joe Zawinul and Barbra Streisand! Warren was a founding member of Max Roach’s percussion ensemble, M’Boom. In 1961 he co-founded the Composers Workshop Ensemble, which is ongoing. Scott Robinson is best known for his work with various styles of saxophones, but also performed with the clarinet, flute, and sarrusophone, along with other, more obscure instruments. Robinson has appeared on more than 200 LP and CD releases, including eleven under his leadership, with such musicians as Lionel Hampton, Anthony Braxton, John Scofield, Joe Lovano, Ella Fitgerald, Paquito D’Rivera, Sting, Maria Schneider, Elton John, Buck Clayton, and the New York City Opera, two of these recordings won a Grammy Award. He has also received four fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts. In 2000, the State Department named Robinson a “Jazz Ambassador” for the year 2001, funding a tour of West Africa in which Robinson played the early works of Louis Armstrong. Material from these appearances was subsequently released on the album Jazz Ambassador: Scott Robinson Plays the Compositions of Louis Armstrong by Arbor Records

Tuba Trio: Syracuse NY Concert: March 15, 2018

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We begin The Tuba Trio Chronicles Tour in Syracuse, NY on March 15, 2018 at Funk ‘n Waffles, will be an wonderful evening of music, if you are in the area please plan to attend

 

#TheTubaTrioChronicles #TubaTrio #Jazz #SamRivers #FunknWafflesSyracuse #Tuba

HAZMAT MODINE: BANGALORE INDIA_2018

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 HAZMAT MODINE IN BANGALORE INDIA

Friday March 2nd, Saturday March 3rd, and Sunday March 4th, @

         Windmills Craftworks

No. 331, 5B Road, EPIP

Zone, Whitefield

Next To L&T Infotech

Bengaluru, Karnataka 560048

INDIA

phone: +91 88802 33322

Tuba Trio: Kerry Town, Ann Arbor_Oct 19, 2017

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Joseph Daley’s Tuba Trio performs the Tuba Trio Chronicles which explores the improvisational concepts of the visionary composer & multi-instrumentalist Sam Rivers and is dedicated to his memory.

 

“This music colors/shades, reflects/deflects, echoes/contradicts, calls/responds, parries/thrusts and swirls about in a pastiche of joyous abandon and transcendent expression.”

 

Information Link__Tuba Trio in Concert_Oct 19, 2017

 

 

Joseph Daley The Tuba Trio Chronicles

TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2017

 

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Joseph Daley
The Tuba Trio Chronicles
Joda Music


Joseph Daley dedicates "The Tuba Trio Chronicles" to the memory of his good friend and mentor, Sam Rivers, with whom he played in the Rivbea Tuba Trio along with Barry Altschul. Daley is heard on this on tuba and euphonium and joined by Warren Smith, heard on a drum set, bass marimba, marimba and a variety of percussion instruments, and Scott Robinson on a variety of reeds including tenor sax, bass sax, a jazzophone, contra alto clarinet and Theremin.
As evident from the opening "Interplay" which Daley describes as "An exploration into the intervallic melodic concepts of Sam Rivers …" which underlies improvisations by Daley on Euphonium (and he displays remarkable facility on this) and Robinson on tenor. "Modality" is centered on a modal line as a theme for the three with Daley on tuba, Robinson on bass sax and Smith adding bass marimba accents with remarkable interaction between Daley and Robinson. For "Emergence," Smith is on tympani, gongs, bass drum and Chinese cymbal, Daley on Euphonium while Robinson is on the sour sounding contrabass sarrusophone and the jazzophone (the latter a trumpet sounding instrument) and the feel of the performance is akin to some Art Ensemble of Chicago performances. "Sonorous" is a similar open improvisation vehicle with Robinson's bass sax replacing the sarrusophone and Daley on tuba including playing it with a mute. These performances are like abstract painting with sound as opposed to colors with bit of melody mixing with the tuba's bass lines and the rhythmic accents of gongs and other percussion.
Daley prepared sound textures for 'Terrarium," the longest performance with Smith's marimba adding to his instruments while Robinson in on bass flute, theremin, waterphone and contra alto clarinet on a performance that sounds like a soundtrack to an experimental film and at other times a spellbinding musical kaleidoscope. A lovely rendition of Sam Rivers' "Beatrice" is the only composition that Daley did not write with Smith's vibraphone adding a nice flavor here. The closing "Proclamation" is similar in concept to the opening "Interplay," allowing for some remarkable improvisational segments on tuba and bass sax along with the counterpoint they exhibit at times. Daley, who is exceptional throughout, is remarkable on tuba here.


"The Tuba Trio Chronicles" is an exceptional release of challenging jazz that may not be for those with traditional tastes.


I received a review copy from a publicist. This review originally appeared in the January-February Jazz & Blues Report (Issue 364).

 

Posted by Ron W at 6:00 AM

 

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Labels: free jazz, Joda Music, Joe Daley, Scott Robinson, Warren Smith

 

Tuba Trio World Premier 1-22-2017 in Milan Italy

The Tuba Trio Chronicles (Joseph Daley, Scott Robinson, and Warren Smith) with Craig Harris and Althea SullyCole - PRAYER RITUALS (A QUEST FOR INNER PEACE) - 27 Mount Morris Park West 01-16-17

 

PRAYER RITUALS

A QUEST FOR INNER PEACE

[WANDA DALEY IN MEMORIAN]

 

Prayer Rituals will premier on 1-22-2017 in Milan at Aperitivo in Concerto/Teatro Manzoni exactly a year to the date that a tragic accident took the life of Daughter, Wife, Mother and Grandmother Wanda Daley (Naomi bat Toviyah). We will delve into global prayer rituals that use sound to help in the attaining of inner peace. The ritualistic sounds of Africa, America, India, and China will be used as tools in the development of this composition. We will deal with profound pain, loss and anger as transitional entities one must pass through in the pursuit of the calming of a soul.

 

Musicians Scott Robinson (Flutes, Tenor sax, Bass sax and Sub Contra Bass sax), Warren Smith (Drum set, Vibes, Marimba, Tympani and Percussion), Craig Harris (Trombone, Flutes, Didgeridoo, Percussion), Althea SullyCole (Kora, Voice, Dance) and Myself (Tuba, Euphonium) will provide the sound/color palette to visit the many worlds of sounds we will be calling on for this enlightening journey.

 

http://www.aperitivoinconcerto.com/evento/2017-01-22/joseph-daley-tuba-trio 

 

#joseph daley, # warren smith, #craig harris, #althea sullycole #scott robinson #Aperitivo in Concerto/Teatro Manzoni  #world premier

God’s Trombones Harlem 2016

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Thursday, December 22, 2016 @ 8:00 PM 

    Friday, December 23, 2016 @ 8:00 PM ·

MOUNT OLIVET BAPTIST CHURCH   Mount Olivet Baptist Church

201 LENOX AVENUE NEW YORK, NY, 10027

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God’s Trombones is coming back home to Harlem this holiday season.  Craig Harris will be performing his powerful musically interpretation of James Weldon Johnson’s Seven Negro Sermons in Verse, published in 1927.  The collection of poems that refigure inspirational sermons by itinerant Negro preachers. There will only be two performances December 22nd and December 23rd, 2016.

Craig Harris, a trombonist, composer and longtime Harlem resident. When Craig Harris exploded onto the jazz scene in 1976, he brought the entire history of the jazz trombone with him. From the growling gutbucket intensity of early New Orleans music through the refined, articulate improvisation of the modern era set forth by JJ Johnson, into the confrontational expressionism of the ‘60s avant-garde, Craig handled the total vernacular the way a skilled orator utilizes the spoken word. He has performed with a veritable Who’s Who of progressive jazz’s most influential figures, and his projects display both a unique sense of concept and a total command of the sweeping expanse of musical expression. It is those two qualities that have dominated Craig’s past forty years of activity, bringing him far beyond the confines of the jazz world, into the sphere of multimedia and performance art as composer, performer, conceptualist, curator and artistic director.

Musicians

Craig Harris – Trombone

Alfred Patterson – Trombone

Art Baron – Trombone

Joseph Daley – Euphonium

Bob Stewart – Tuba

Adam Klipple – Keyboards

Tony Lewis – Drums

Vocalists

LaTanya Hall – Principal/Vocals

Sam McKelton – Vocals – Tenor

Charlotte Small – Vocals – Soprano

 

“Under Harris’s direction, the highly talented performers blended art and spirituality in a way that brought the house down.  The experience might best be described as a baptism in glorious sound.”

Daily Challenge – Joan H. Allen

 

The audience wasn’t sure if they should holler “amen” or clap: they did both.”

New York Amsterdam News – Ron Scott

 

House doors open at 7:15pm

Price: $40 Call 212-662-7779 to order

 

 

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Liberation Music Orchestra: NY Concerts 2016

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A rare New York appearance by The Liberation Music Orchestra under the direction of the illustrious composer/arranger Carla Bley will take place at the Jazz Standard from Thursday 11/3 to to Sunday 11/6. This historic performance should not be missed:


http://www.jazzstandard.com/

"THE TUBA TRIO CHRONICLES"

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"THE TUBA TRIO CHRONICLES"

CD Release Concert

Mon., Jan. 18th 7pm @ Harlem Jazz Parlor Festival

 

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Harlem Jazz Parlor Festival
27 Mount Morris Park West
bet West 122nd & 123rd @ Fifth Ave


TICKETS @ WELCOMETOHARLEM.COM
212-662-7779 (seating is limited)

 

 

 

#welcometoharlem, #jazz, #josephdaley, #tuba, #bobstewart, #craigharris, #harlemparlorjazz

JoDa Music Records_Catalogue 2015

JoDa Music Records is proud to announce that we now have five wonderful projects in our catalogue. All of the projects are available online on CD Baby and at The Down Town Music Gallery in New York

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http://search2.downtownmusicgallery.com/lookup.cgi?item=2015_11_03_12_34_11

http://cdbaby.com/cd/josephdaley4

 

#josephdaley, #downtownmusicgallery, #Trayvonmartin, #jazz, #tuba, #CDbaby, #Catghaut Arts Inc.

 

2015_Tri Centric Foundation Commissioning Series Concert__ Nov. 22nd

The Tri-Centric Foundation commissioning series will provide an opportunity for 4 composers to premiere new works under the professional baton of Taylor Ho Bynum. I am honored to be chosen as one of the composers for the 2015 program.

 

Cumposers 2015

 

 

Coming up on November 22 at Roulette. Tri-Centric Orchestra Commissioning Series, now in its third year, will premiere works for creative orchestra by Michael Attias, Dan Blake, Joseph Daley and Jessica Pavone, conducted by Taylor Ho Bynum. This year, we have the generous support of Dr.Torsten Wiesel, 1981 Nobel laureate in Physiology or Medicine, a global human rights advocate and an ardent supporter of the arts. Tri-Centric Orchestra Commissioning Series was created to offer creative artists the opportunity to create ambitious new musical works, following Braxton’s tradition of innovative and uncompromising musical exploration. Stay tuned for more information

 

#Tri Centric Foundation, #Joseph Daley #Roulette #Dr. Torsten Wiesel, #Michael Attias, #Jessica Pavone, #Taylor Ho Bynum, #Dan Blake #World Premiere

 

Photos

Michael Attias (credit: Richard Gartrell)
Dan Blake (credit: Irina Rozovsky)
Joseph Daley (credit: Bryan Whitney)
Jessica Pavone (credit: Erica Magrey)

“TRAYVON MARTIN SUITE” DMG REVIEW 2015

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 BILL COLE / JOSEPH DALEY - Trayvon Martin Suite (Joda Music 003; USA)
Featuring Bill Cole and Joseph Daley collectively on tuba, didgeridoo,
balaphon, nagaswarm, wooden flutes, ocarina, sona, sousaphone, euphonium,
etc. The collective consciousness here in the US has been suffering from
the news we all hear about every day. Trayvon Martin is just one of many
black youths who have been unjustly murdered over the past few years and
way before that as well. We all feel the anger, frustration, sadness,
confusion and hopelessness in the air and it just keeps getting worse. Is
it an artists' or a musicians' job to help us deal with these feelings?
Perhaps. Here is a disc that illustrates these feelings. It was recorded
live at the University of Virginia in March of 2012.
  The first piece is a duo of didgeridoo (Aboriginal drones) and balafon
(large marimba-like), both ancient, ritualistic instruments from different
parts of the world (Africa & Australia), that sound perfect together. The
music has a sublime, warm, somber, earthy and prayer-like resonance. The
second piece, "Evening Passage to Store" for ocarina & wooden flutes
creates a playful, joyous, innocent vibe. "Stalking Nightmare" features a
nagaswarm (Indian double reed) and synth, the vibe is quite nightmarish,
the way many of us felt when we heard about this unfortunate injustice.
Each piece does a great job of capturing the spirit/vibe of what transpired
that night and the mixed feelings we are all still dealing with due to too
many other similar, continuing tragedies. This is an important, strong and
immensely timely work that should be heard by many folks everywhere. -


Bruce Lee Gallanter, DMG

#downtownmusicgallery, #newreleases, #billcole, #josephdaley