2008 U.S. Performances


Sat. Feb 9 at 8pm


200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn. NY

BQCM.ORG or 212.209.3370 (Zerve Tickets)


Photo by Wanda Daley 2006

Photo Credit: Wanda Daley


The only New York appearance this season of the wonderful musical innovator and 2-time Grammy award winner, TAJ MAHAL in concert to benefit the Brooklyn-Queens Conservatory Of Music on Saturday, February 9 at 8pm.

The legendary Taj Mahal has been playing his own distinctive brand of soulful music, variously described as Afro-Caribbean blues, folk-world-blues, hula blues, folk-funk, and a host of other hyphenations, for more than 40 years. In 1971, he released the influential album The Real Thing recorded live at the Fillmore East, where he was backed by four tubas. This concert reunites him with four of those musicians, Howard Johnson, Bob Stewart, Joe Daley and Earl McIntyre (Brooklyn-Queens Conservatory of Music's Jazz Division Director), as well as veterans Buddy Williams, Earl Gardner, Victor See Yuen, John di Martino, Ron Jackson and Jerome Harris. Together these musicians comprise a living history of jazz.

The Brooklyn-Queens Conservatory of Music has been serving the community for over a century promoting individual, professional and community growth through music, and making music accessible to people of all ages, backgrounds and skill levels. One of the ways they fulfill their mission is by holding remarkable events such as this at affordable prices. Their commitment to the community and their world-class faculty makes these events a reality.

This concert promises to be an unforgettable Jazz at the Conservatory concert event, and check out The Brooklyn-Queens Conservatory of Music's other great concerts, programs, classes and much more at www.BQCM.org

Ticket information:

·                            General public $25 and $50; students and seniors $15.
Tickets available online at BQCM or call Zerve ticket services at 212.209.3370

·                            Premium tickets $150 including a Meet-the-Artist post concert reception.



Blues Flyer



Hazmat Modine


 Liberation Music Orchestra


·       Oct 30 2008: University of Washington Yakima Washington


·       Oct 31, 2008: Ear Shot Jazz Festival Seattle Washington


·       Nov 1, 2008: Lobero Theater Santa Barbara CA


·       Nov 2, 2008 San Francisco Jazz Festival


·       Nov 4-9, 2008 Blue Note NYC


   Ebony Bass Flyer

Ebony Brass performs the music of Alfred Patterson

Community Church of NY   40 East 35th Street

Reggie Pittman, E J Allen: Trumpets

Mark Taylor: French horn           Alfred Patterson: Trombone/Composer

Joseph Daley: Tuba           Newman Taylor-Baker, Drums



Harlem Stage Gatehouse

Taylor Ho Bynum & SpiderMonkey Strings

Taylor Ho Bynum, Cornet
Jason Kao Hwang, violin
Jessica Pavone, viola
Tomas Ulrich, cello
Pete Fitzpatrick, guitar
Joseph Daley, tuba
Luther Gray, drums
and special guest
Kyoko Kitamura – voice, electronics







Huun Huur Tu

Taylor Ho Bynum

  11/23/08 Huun Huur Tu & Hazmat Modine

 Le Poisson Rouge

158 Bleecker Street

Greenwich Village

212 796-0741



 Liberation Music Orchestra

Harlem Stage Gatehouse

Fri Dec 5th - Sat Dec 6th - Mon Dec 8th at 7:30 PM

Sun Dec 7th at 3:00 PM
God’s Trombones, created by acclaimed composer/trombonist Craig Harris, comes back to Harlem after last spring’s most joyous and inspiring work-in-progress presentation at the Apollo Theater.

Harlem Stage presents the work for a limited run as a special production of its WaterWorks series.

God’s Trombones is a musical interpretation of James Weldon Johnsons’
1927 classic collection of poems that refigures inspirational sermons by traveling African American preachers.

Harris’ interpretation transcends the sectarian roots of the sermons and focuses on their universal spirituality, reinterpreting them for a contemporary audience.

Harlem Stage Gatehouse General Tickets:

$30 Harlem Residents (walk up only) + HS Members: $24
Harlem Stage Box Office: 212.281.9240


F) BILL DIXON.............17 Musicians in Search of a Sound: Darfur

 Label: AUM

 Release: 2008


Bill Dixon: trumpet/composer

Graham Haynes: cornet/flugelhorn

Stephen Haynes: cornet/flugelhorn

Taylor Ho Bynum: cornet/flugelhorn

Dick Griffin: tenor trombone

Steve Swell: tenor trombone


Joseph Daley: tuba

Karen Borca: bassoon

Will Connell: bass clarinet

Michel Côté: Bb contrabass clarinet

Andrew Raffo Dewar: soprano saxophone

John Hagen: tenor & baritone saxophones

JD Parran: bass saxophone, bamboo flute

Andrew Lafkas: bass

Glynis Loman: cello

Jackson Krall: drums & percussion

Warren Smith: vibraphone, tympani & drums


Track:6) Scattering of the Following (7:00)

 Track:7) Darfur (5:27)