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David Binney’s Angelino Quartet at Regattabar

Molly Collins uploaded this event on February 1, 2019

Where

Regattabar
One Bennett Street
Cambridge, MA
Map
617-395-7757

David Binney’s Angelino Quartet at Regattabar

When

Wed, February 20, 2019
7:30 pm

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Musicians

David Binney
David Binney

saxophone

About

Featuring: David Binney - Alto saxophone
Luca Mendoza - Piano
Ethan Moffitt - Bass
Benjamin Ring - Drums

Acclaimed as a considerable and highly individual compositional talent, saxophonist David Binney is one of the most prolific jazz musicians on the scene today. Winning praise from critics and colleagues alike, David was singled out by JazzTimes as one of a handful of "players who have created an alternative jazz scene... all of whom are playing adventurous, original music."

David's distinctive saxophone sound and innovative compositions have been heard from basement clubs in New York to jazz festivals in Europe and the world. In addition to his extensive work as a leader, he has been sought after as a sideman, appearing on record with Medeski, Martin & Wood, Uri Caine's Mahler Project, and hundreds of others. David has also appeared on stage with Aretha Franklin, at Carnegie Hall, and with Maceo Parker, to name a few. He has produced all of his own 22 albums, and many others including two of the Lost Tribe releases, Scott Colley's The Architect of the Silent Moment, and 8 Donny McCaslin releases, including the highly acclaimed Casting For Gravity, Fast Future, and Beyond Now. ...

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