Here are some recordings that document my artistic vision. They feature a wide variety of ensembles, many of my own compositions and of course, an ample amount of improvised music! I am featured as leader, co-founder and sideman. Although quite divergent, all of this music is dear to me; mostly due to the spirit and camaraderie with which it was made. I owe my artistic expression to those who surround me and revel in our frequent journeying.

 

My 1999 debut recording as a leader. This live recording features my compositions and arrangements for three horns, bass and drums. A mostly straight ahead version of modern jazz featuring Mark Ferber, Todd Sickafoose, Ron Stout and Alan Ferber.

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This wacky trio was founded in 2000 and continues to push the envelope of avant-groove. Scot Ray on tuba, Brad Dutz on hand percussion and a variety of reed instruments make for an eclectic mix. On a few tunes, we added harmonica for an extra juicy texture.

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This project documents an incredibly productive summer of practice, sessions and performance. The wonderful French guitarist, Antoine Polin, spent three months in 2001 writing and working towards a very specific ensemble sound with drummer Isaiah Ceccarelli and basssist Bill Casale. I was fortunate enough to hang and exchange ideas with these guys.

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An extremely modern orchestra arranged and produced by master percussionist Adam Rudolph. 14 woodwinds and 11 hand percussionists create improvised sonic textures over incredibly funky world-beat grooves.

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This is an all-star cast led by an incredibly talented trombonist, Alan Ferber. Alan wrote and arranged all of the music for an interesting septet featuring guitar, piano,bass, drums and three horns. Everyone was inspired that day in the studio and the recording shows it.

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