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NYO Jazz 2019

In 2019, NYO Jazz—Carnegie Hall’s national youth jazz orchestra—returned for its second year after a triumphant Carnegie Hall debut and inaugural international tour in 2018. The critically acclaimed ensemble featured 23 outstanding young jazz musicians who came together for an extraordinary summer of music making, a performance at Carnegie Hall in New York City, and the group’s first-ever tour to Asia. Acclaimed trumpeter Sean Jones returned to lead the ensemble and was joined by Grammy Award–winning vocalist Kurt Elling as special guest artist. Immediately following NYO Jazz’s Carnegie Hall concert, the ensemble traveled to Taipei for cultural exchange activities with young local musicians, followed by two performances at the National Taichung Theater in Taichung City. The tour continued with a concert at Beijing’s National Centre for the Performing Arts and two engagements in Shanghai—Jazz at Lincoln Center Shanghai and the Shanghai Oriental Art Center—followed by a performance at the Zhuhai Huafa and CPAA Grand Theater. The tour concluded with a performance at the Asia Society Hong Kong Center.

NYO Jazz Past Seasons

Repertoire

COUNT BASIE / JIMMY RUSHING “Goin’ To Chicago Blues”
JOHN COLTRANE “Resolution” (arr. Bob Mintzer)
DUKE ELLINGTON “I Like the Sunrise” (arr. Michael Abene)
DUKE ELLINGTON “Sophisticated Lady”
DUKE ELLINGTON / JIMMY HAMILTON “Tutti for Cootie” (transc. David Berger)
DON ELLIS Theme from The French Connection
FRANK FOSTER “Discommotion”
DIZZY GILLESPIE “A Night in Tunisia”
DIZZY GILLESPIE “Things to Come” (arr. Gil Fuller)
FREDDIE HUBBARD “One of a Kind” (arr. Igmar Thomas)
AYN INSERTO “Mr. Jones and Co” (World Premiere, commissioned by Carnegie Hall)
JOE JACKSON “Steppin’ Out” (arr. Michael Abene)
QUINCY JONES “I Needs to Be Bee’d With”
THAD JONES “Counter Blocking”
THAD JONES “Little Pixie II” (arr. Mel Lewis)
JIHYE LEE “Struggle Gives You Strength” (World Premiere)
JIMMY MCHUGH / DOROTHY FIELDS “I Can't Give You Anything But Love, Baby” (arr. Benny Carter and Chris Greive)
MARY LOU WILLIAMS “New Musical Express”
STEVIE WONDER “Higher Ground” (arr. Igmar Thomas)

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NYO Jazz 2019 Guest Artists

Sean Jones

Music and spirituality have always been intertwined in the artistic vision of trumpeter, bandleader, composer, educator, and activist Sean Jones. Mr. Jones sang and performed as a child ...

Music and spirituality have always been intertwined in the artistic vision of trumpeter, bandleader, composer, educator, and activist Sean Jones. Mr. Jones sang and performed as a child with the church choir in his hometown of Warren, Ohio, and switched from playing the drums to the trumpet at the age of 10.

Mr. Jones is a musical chameleon, comfortable in any musical setting no matter the role or genre. After a six-month stint with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Wynton Marsalis offered him a permanent position as lead trumpeter of the ensemble, a post he held from 2004 until 2010. In 2015, Mr. Jones was tapped to become a member of the SFJAZZ Collective. During this time, he has managed to keep a core group of talented musicians together under his leadership, forming the foundation for groups that have produced and released eight recordings on Mack Avenue Records. His most recent is the 2017 release Sean Jones: Live from Jazz at the Bistro.

Mr. Jones has been prominently featured in recordings and performances with many major figures in jazz, including Illinois Jacquet, Jimmy Heath, Frank Foster, Nancy Wilson, Dianne Reeves, Gerald Wilson, and Marcus Miller. He was selected by Mr. Miller, Herbie Hancock, and Wayne Shorter for their A Tribute to Miles tour in 2011. He has also performed with the Cleveland, Pittsburgh, and Youngstown symphony orchestras, as well as Soulful Symphony in Baltimore and a chamber group at the Salt Bay Chamberfest.

Mr. Jones is an internationally recognized educator. He was recently appointed the Richard and Elizabeth Case Chair in Jazz Studies at The John Hopkins University’s Peabody Institute in Baltimore. Previously, he served as chair of the brass department at Berklee College of Music in Boston.

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Kurt Elling

Renowned for his singular combination of robust swing and poetic insight, Grammy winner Kurt Elling has secured his place among the world’s foremost jazz vocalists. Declared ...

Renowned for his singular combination of robust swing and poetic insight, Grammy winner Kurt Elling has secured his place among the world’s foremost jazz vocalists. Declared “the standout male vocalist of our time” by The New York Times, Mr. Elling has garnered unprecedented accolades, including a 14-year run atop the DownBeat Critics Poll, a dozen Grammy nominations, and eight Jazz Journalists Association awards for “Male Singer of the Year.”

Mr. Elling’s voice is instantly recognizable, embracing listeners with his warm, rich baritone and navigating the full span of his four-octave range as a virtuoso instrumentalist and a compelling storyteller. Whether transforming timeless standards or crafting his own enthralling originals, Mr. Elling balances elegant lyricism and technical mastery with wry humor, emotional depth, and keen observations into the human condition.

According to The Wall Street Journal, “Elling combines authenticity with stunning originality,” while The Guardian has called him “a kind of Sinatra with superpowers.” The Toronto Star has gone so far as to say that “Kurt Elling is the closest jazz will ever get to having its own saint.”

Mr. Elling’s most recent release, The Questions, vividly exemplifies his ability to respond to the world around him with both urgent immediacy and a unique perspective. Co-produced by NEA Jazz Master and acclaimed saxophonist Branford Marsalis, the album searches for answers to culture’s most divisive social, political, and spiritual issues in the songs of Bob Dylan, Carla Bley, and Leonard Bernstein, and the poetry of Rumi and Wallace Stevens. Mr. Elling had previously joined Mr. Marsalis and his long-running quartet for 2016’s Grammy-nominated Upward Spiral, which All About Jazz hailed as “suffused with graciousness, beauty, and, on occasion, heartbreak.”

Taking the long view of Mr. Elling’s audacious and richly varied career, the Washington Post says, “Since the mid-1990s, no singer in jazz has been as daring, dynamic, or interesting as Kurt Elling. With his soaring vocal flights, his edgy lyrics and sense of being on a musical mission, he has come to embody the creative spirit in jazz.”

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Sean Jones, Trumpet/Bandleader

Music and spirituality have always been intertwined in the artistic vision of trumpeter, bandleader, composer, educator, and activist Sean Jones. Mr. Jones sang and performed as a child ...

Music and spirituality have always been intertwined in the artistic vision of trumpeter, bandleader, composer, educator, and activist Sean Jones. Mr. Jones sang and performed as a child with the church choir in his hometown of Warren, Ohio, and switched from playing the drums to the trumpet at the age of 10.

Mr. Jones is a musical chameleon, comfortable in any musical setting no matter the role or genre. After a six-month stint with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Wynton Marsalis offered him a permanent position as lead trumpeter of the ensemble, a post he held from 2004 until 2010. In 2015, Mr. Jones was tapped to become a member of the SFJAZZ Collective. During this time, he has managed to keep a core group of talented musicians together under his leadership, forming the foundation for groups that have produced and released eight recordings on Mack Avenue Records. His most recent is the 2017 release Sean Jones: Live from Jazz at the Bistro.

Mr. Jones has been prominently featured in recordings and performances with many major figures in jazz, including Illinois Jacquet, Jimmy Heath, Frank Foster, Nancy Wilson, Dianne Reeves, Gerald Wilson, and Marcus Miller. He was selected by Mr. Miller, Herbie Hancock, and Wayne Shorter for their A Tribute to Miles tour in 2011. He has also performed with the Cleveland, Pittsburgh, and Youngstown symphony orchestras, as well as Soulful Symphony in Baltimore and a chamber group at the Salt Bay Chamberfest.

Mr. Jones is an internationally recognized educator. He was recently appointed the Richard and Elizabeth Case Chair in Jazz Studies at The John Hopkins University’s Peabody Institute in Baltimore. Previously, he served as chair of the brass department at Berklee College of Music in Boston.

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Obed Calvaire, Drums

Obed Calvaire, a Miami native of Haitian descent, holds master’s and bachelor’s degrees in music from one of America’s premiere private music conservatories, the Manhattan  ...

Obed Calvaire, a Miami native of Haitian descent, holds master’s and bachelor’s degrees in music from one of America’s premiere private music conservatories, the Manhattan School of Music. He received his bachelor’s degree in 2003, completing the undergraduate requirements in three years, and received his master’s in 2005.

Mr. Calvaire has performed and recorded with such artists as Wynton Marsalis, Seal, Eddie Palmieri, Vanessa Williams, David Foster, Mary J. Blige, Stefon Harris, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Peter Cincotti, Musiq Soulchild, Nellie McKay, Yellowjackets, Joshua Redman, Steve Turre, and Lizz Wright, to name a few. He has also performed with large ensembles that include the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra and Metropole Orchestra, and the Mingus, Roy Hargrove, and Bob Mintzer big bands. Currently, Mr. Calvaire can be found playing with the SFJAZZ Collective, Dave Holland, Monty Alexander, Sean Jones, Yosvany Terry, The Clayton Brothers, and Mike Stern, among others.

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Etienne Charles, Trumpet

Hailed as “an auteur” (The New York Times) and “a daring improviser who delivers with heart-wrenching lyricism” (Jazz Times), Etienne Charles has received critical ...

Hailed as “an auteur” (The New York Times) and “a daring improviser who delivers with heart-wrenching lyricism” (Jazz Times), Etienne Charles has received critical acclaim for his exciting performances, thrilling compositions, and knack for connecting with audiences worldwide. Perhaps more than any other musician of his generation or of Eastern Caribbean origin, Mr. Charles brings a careful study of myriad rhythms from the French-, Spanish-, English-, and Dutch-speaking Caribbean to the table. As a soloist, he fully understands the New Orleans trumpet tradition, which is readily discernible in his trademark instrumental swagger, as well as his expression of what Jelly Roll Morton coined the “Spanish tinge.”

Mr. Charles’s upcoming album Carnival: The Sound of a People, Vol. 1 is an excursion into the acoustic sounds, grooves, chants, and traditions of the Trinidad and Tobago Carnival. His 2016 album San Jose Suite was a musical discourse on the effects of colonialism as experienced by First Nation peoples and African descendants in Costa Rica, California, and Trinidad and Tobago.

In 2015, Mr. Charles was awarded the prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship. In June 2012, he was written into the US Congressional Record for his musical contributions to Trinidad and Tobago and the world. In June 2016, he performed and lectured at the White House for a briefing on Caribbean Heritage Month.

Mr. Charles currently serves as associate professor of jazz trumpet at Michigan State University in East Lansing.

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Wycliffe Gordon, Trombone

A musical ambassador and interpreter of “America’s music,” Wycliffe Gordon is one of the world’s most renowned and award-winning jazz trombonists. The Jazz ...

A musical ambassador and interpreter of “America’s music,” Wycliffe Gordon is one of the world’s most renowned and award-winning jazz trombonists. The Jazz Journalists Association named him Trombonist of the Year for the 11th time in 2018. DownBeat magazine’s Critics Poll named him Best Trombone in 2018, a distinction he also received in 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2016. Mr. Gordon’s signature sound and mastery of the plunger mute have helped solidify his impressive musical career.

Mr. Gordon tours as a soloist and with his quintet, headlining legendary jazz venues and performing arts centers worldwide. Mr. Gordon has recorded or been featured on more than 300 recordings; composed and arranged hundreds of compositions, including the theme song for NPR’s All Things Considered; and is a passionate and sought-after educator. Mr. Gordon is a former veteran member of the Wynton Marsalis Septet and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra. He was a featured guest artist on the series Billy Taylor’s Jazz at the Kennedy Center.

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Mimi Jones, Bass

For more than two decades, bassist, vocalist, producer, label owner, and filmmaker Mimi Jones has reigned supreme as sidewoman to an impressive coterie of musicians and as a bandleader. She  ...

For more than two decades, bassist, vocalist, producer, label owner, and filmmaker Mimi Jones has reigned supreme as sidewoman to an impressive coterie of musicians and as a bandleader. She has released three CDs on her own label, Hot Tone Music: A New Day (2009), Balance (2014), and, most recently, Feet in the Mud—her most powerful, propulsive, and personal recording to date. Hot Tone Music has produced nine albums since Ms. Jones launched the label in 2009. Born Miriam Sullivan in 1972 in New York City to parents from Barbados, she was raised in the Bronx.

As a Jazz Ambassador, Ms. Jones toured Africa, Europe, Russia, China, South and Central America, and the Caribbean for the US State Department. Her vast work as a sidewoman includes gigs with Kenny Barron, Lizz Wright, Beyoncé, Frank Ocean, Dianne Reeves, Tia Fuller, Roy Hargrove, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Nona Hendryx, Marc Cary, Sean Jones, and Terri Lyne Carrington.

Ms. Jones co-directs (with ArcoIris Sandoval) The D.O.M.E. Experience, a multimedia project created to inspire its audience to learn about environmental and social issues through original compositions performed by a 20-piece jazz orchestra with dance and video. This project has been awarded five grants and commissions, including invitations to perform at the APAP Conference NYC, ShapeShifter Lab, Pregones Theater as part of the Casita Maria Center for Arts & Educations’ South Bronx Culture Trail Festival, and The Bronx Museum of the Arts. The interdisciplinary group is currently in residence with The Bronx Museum of the Arts’ Dance and Visual Arts Collaborative Residency Program (BxMA Co-Lab), created by Christine Licata and sponsored by the Mertz Gilmore Foundation.

Ms. Jones was voted a No. 2 Rising Star in DownBeat magazine’s Critics Poll for two years straight, and in 2018 was named No. 1 Rising Star. She is currently working on a new project called Black Madonna, featuring strings, percussion, and voice, and hopes to record later in 2019.

To learn more, visit mimijonesmusic.com.

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Erica von Kleist, Saxophone

Renowned flutist, saxophonist, composer, and educator Erica von Kleist has been a performing artist and teacher worldwide for over two decades. A native of Connecticut and an alumna of ...

Renowned flutist, saxophonist, composer, and educator Erica von Kleist has been a performing artist and teacher worldwide for over two decades. A native of Connecticut and an alumna of Essentially Ellington Jazz Academy, Ms. von Kleist moved to New York to hone her skills at The Juilliard School, and in 2004 earned the first bachelor’s degree in jazz in the school’s history. After graduation, she launched her career as a sidewoman through touring, recording, and performing with the Afro-Latin Jazz Orchestra, Darcy James Argue’s Secret Society, Wynton Marsalis and the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Chris Potter, Bebo Valdés, Cachao, Celia Cruz, Kristin Chenoweth, and Seth MacFarlane, among many others. Ms. von Kleist is the recipient of several honors that include the ASCAP Foundation’s Young Jazz Composer Award and Lincoln Center’s Martin E. Segal Award. She has also been named a Rising Star and Critic’s Pick in DownBeat Magazine.

Ms. von Kleist has taught private lessons for over 15 years. She has been a guest educator at The Juilliard School, Stanford University, University of Montana, and Jazz at Lincoln Center, among others, and has done outreach work at conservatories in Havana, Cuba. Ms. von Kleist has released three albums as a bandleader: Project E in 2005, Erica von Kleist & No Exceptions in 2009, and Alpine Clarity in 2014, which she recorded in her new home of Whitefish, Montana. Ms. von Kleist recently started two companies that aim to provide employment for musicians based in the Flathead Valley—the Northwest Artist Syndicate and Groovetrail—which have booked hundreds of paid performances for talented local musicians since their inception.

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Quincy Phillips, Drums

Quincy Phillips is a drummer and pianist, and organist at his home church, East Baltimore Deliverance. He holds a bachelor’s degree in music from the prestigious Howard University in ...

Quincy Phillips is a drummer and pianist, and organist at his home church, East Baltimore Deliverance. He holds a bachelor’s degree in music from the prestigious Howard University in Washington, DC.

Mr. Phillips is no stranger to the music industry, with more than 30 years spent cultivating his passion. His arrangement of “Alone Together” won first place in jazz composition at the International Association for Jazz Education conference in New York City. A member of the Grammy Award–winning Christian McBride Big Band, he joined the esteemed faculty at the Peabody Institute of The John Hopkins University in 2018. He toured for many years with the late Roy Hargrove as part of his quintet and big band, and currently tours with stellar trumpeter Dominick Farinacci as well as world-renowned musician and composer Christian McBride.

Mr. Phillips had the great honor of performing for President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama as part of Smithsonian Salutes Ray Charles: In Performance at the White House. The evening included performances by the Christian McBride Big Band, Yolanda Adams, Leon Bridges, Andra Day, Anthony Hamilton, Brittany Howard, Demi Lovato, Sam Moore, Jussie Smollett, The Band Perry, and Usher, with Rickey Minor as executive music director.

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Shamie Royston, Piano

Denver-born Shamie Royston is a pianist, composer, and educator. The New York Times has called her “a rhythmic vanguardist …who channels Kenny Kirkland, Geri Allen, Ahmad Jamal  ...

Denver-born Shamie Royston is a pianist, composer, and educator. The New York Times has called her “a rhythmic vanguardist …who channels Kenny Kirkland, Geri Allen, Ahmad Jamal and McCoy Tyner.” She received her master’s degree in music composition from the University of Denver with top honors.

Ms. Royston has been commissioned to compose and arrange works for Tia Fuller, Dianne Reeves, and other prominent musicians; she has also been commissioned to arrange her original works for New York’s Penfield Central School District, Denver’s Metropolitan State University, the Colorado Music Educators Association, and Boston’s Berklee College of Music. She was a key figure in Berklee’s first annual State of Jazz Composition Symposium and Concert Series, where her works were performed alongside such jazz luminaries as Terence Blanchard, Geri Allen, and Maria Schneider.

Ms. Royston is known as an exemplary educator, for which she has been honored with several awards. At the prestigious Berklee School of Music, she held a full-time a professorship in the jazz composition department. She is currently assistant director of the New Jersey Youth Symphony Orchestra’s jazz program. She has also adjudicated high school and college jazz festivals and served as clinician for major ensembles in the US and abroad.

Since her arrival in the New York City area in 2006, Ms. Royston has been a steady member of the Tia Fuller Quartet and has performed and recorded with many other great artists, including Christian McBride, Ralph Peterson, Terri Lyne Carrington, John Patitucci, and Sean Jones. She has performed in the world’s top jazz venues and festivals, including the North Sea, Montreal International, and Dominican Republic jazz festivals.

Ms. Royston’s most recent CD, entitled Beautiful Liar—released on the Sunnyside label in June 2018—has received rave reviews from Downbeat, JAZZIZ, NPR, and others. This recording appeared in the first round of voting for the 2019 Grammy Award for Best Jazz Instrumental Album. Her debut CD, Portraits, was released in 2014 by Hot Tone Music.

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Matthew Stevens, Guitar

Born in Toronto in 1982, Matthew Stevens began studying the piano when he was seven years old and switched to the guitar when he was 11 years old. After graduating from Berklee College of ...

Born in Toronto in 1982, Matthew Stevens began studying the piano when he was seven years old and switched to the guitar when he was 11 years old. After graduating from Berklee College of Music in 2004, Mr. Stevens became an essential contributor to new work by artists who include Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah, Terri Lyne Carrington, Harvey Mason, ERIMAJ, Sean Jones, Walter Smith III, Linda Oh, NEXT Collective, and Esperanza Spalding. Stevens was a key player in Spalding’s recent albums Emily’s D+Evolution and Exposure.

In 2016, DownBeat Magazine included Mr. Stevens in its “25 for the Future” issue, and has placed him in the rising guitar star category of its Annual Critics Poll for the past two years. Mr. Stevens’s performances have been lauded in Billboard, The FADER, The Guardian, Guitar Player, Jazz Times, Mojo, The New York Times, Pitchfork, PopMatters, Stereogum, Vice, Noisey, and NPR, among others.

Mr. Stevens released Woodwork (Whirlwind Recordings and Crystal Math), his debut album as a bandleader, in 2015. Woodwork received numerous enthusiastic reviews, and has been described as “an amalgamation of modern jazz and neo-fusion elements which showcase … sonic versatility and savvy producing chops” (LA Weekly). His 2017 release, Preverbal (Ropeadope Records and Crystal Math), has been called “honest and soulful” (Pitchfork) and “music [that] advances the ideals of modern jazz” (NPR). Mr. Stevens currently lives in Harlem.

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Reginald "Reggie" Thomas, Piano/Ensemble

Reginald Thomas can be seen fronting his own groups—the Mardra/Reggie Thomas Ensemble and organ trio OGD—on both piano and Hammond organ, and performing as sideman with great ...

Reginald Thomas can be seen fronting his own groups—the Mardra/Reggie Thomas Ensemble and organ trio OGD—on both piano and Hammond organ, and performing as sideman with great artists that include Hamiet Bluiett, Ann Hampton Callaway, and the Carl Allen / Rodney Whitaker ensemble. He often performs with the legendary Count Basie Orchestra as accompanist at the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition.

Mr. Thomas appears as guest artist at collegiate jazz festivals around the country, including those at Lawrence University, the University of South Florida, and Texas Tech University. He has also performed internationally, in Tokyo, Bangkok, Macau, Jakarta, Calgary, Milan, Warsaw, Poznan, Senegal, and London. In recordings, he has collaborated with Clay Jenkins, Kim Richmond, and Clark Terry / Mike Vax. His latest recording with his wife, Mardra—Matters of the Heart (MRT Jazz)—was released in 2015. Mr. Thomas has been awarded the Excellence in the Arts Award from the Arts and Education Council of St. Louis, and was named best jazz artist by the Riverfront Times in 2005.

After almost 20 years as professor of music at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, and three years at Michigan State University as professor of jazz piano, Mr. Thomas now leads the Northern Illinois University School of Music’s jazz studies program. He also works as consultant and clinician with Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Essentially Ellington Program and Band Director Academy. He is an active member of summer jazz faculties in the US and abroad, and a frequent director of all-state jazz bands, combos, and choirs. Mr. Thomas earned his master’s degree in music education from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, and his bachelor’s degree from Western Illinois University.

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Dan Wilson, Guitar

Music has been an integral part of Dan Wilson’s life since his beginnings in gospel music—but it was a Wes Montgomery record that inspired him to pursue a career as a musician. ...

Music has been an integral part of Dan Wilson’s life since his beginnings in gospel music—but it was a Wes Montgomery record that inspired him to pursue a career as a musician. Since then, he has spent more than a decade honing his craft.

Mr. Wilson’s debut album, To Whom It May Concern, was released in 2012 and reflects his intense study of many different musical styles and concepts. His most recent album, Balancing Act, was recorded live in his hometown of Akron, Ohio.

Mr. Wilson tours nationally and internationally with Grammy-nominated jazz organ legend Joey DeFrancesco, whose 2015 release Trip Mode featured his composition “Who Shot John.” Mr. Wilson can also be heard on the Grammy-nominated Project Freedom by Joey DeFrancesco & The People, released in 2017. In April 2017, he joined legendary bassist Christian McBride’s band Tip City. He has enjoyed the honor of sharing the stage with many other jazz greats, including Eric Marienthal, Russell Malone, Les McCann, and Dave Stryker.

Mr. Wilson teaches jazz guitar and theory. He also co-leads a group of world-class musicians called DTC alongside David Throckmorton and Cliff Barnes. He received his bachelor’s degree in music and liberal studies from Hiram College in 2006. His passion for Brazilian music led him to Rio de Janeiro in 2007 to conduct research for his master’s thesis, which he defended successfully at Youngstown State University in 2009.

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Tour

July 30 and 31: National Taichung Theater (Taichung City)
August 4: National Centre for the Performing Arts (Beijing)
August 5: Jazz at Lincoln Center Shanghai (Shanghai)
August 6: Shanghai Oriental Art Center (Shanghai)
August 8: Zhuhai Huafa and CPAA Grand Theater (Zhuhai)
August 9: Asia Society Hong Kong Center (Hong Kong)

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