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Bruno Raberg Nonet in Framingham and Somerville (MA)

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BRUNO RABERG NONET

Hiro Honsuku flutes
Allan Chase saxes
Rick DiMuzio saxes
Phil Grenadier trumpet
Ryan Dragon trombone (6/19)
Pete Cirelli euphonium/bass trombone (6/19)
Dave Harris trombone 96/24)
Tim Kelly bass trbn (6/24)
Phil Sargent guitar
Bruno Raberg bass
Brooke Sofferman drums

Friday June 19 @ 8:00 PM
Amazing Things Arts Center
160 Hollis Street, Framingham, MA
$17 (Stud/Sen $16, Members $14)

Wednesday June 24 @ 8:00 PM
The Nave Gallery

Clarendon Hill Presbyterian Church

155 Powderhouse Blvd., Somerville, MA
Admission: $12.00, students with ID $10.00

About Bruno Raberg

Innovative bassist/composer Bruno Raberg will present original music written for his all- stellar nonet. Raberg is a mainstay on the Boston scene and has 6 recordings in his name featuring Mick Goodrick, Donny McCaslin, Matt Wilson, Ben Monder, Chris Cheek and others. Featured in the nonet are trumpeter Phil Grenadier who’s currently a member of guitarist John Scofiled Sextet and Allan Chase formerly with drum legend Rasheed Ali.

“Raberg knows how to make a nonet sing. [His] music moves in subltle, wave-like variations….colored by warm, pastel harmonies and tone colors” --Jon Garelick, Boston Phoenix

“The music that Råberg creates on Chrysalis is a tone poem..music that captivates with it's immediacy, yet is deep enough to create a spell that will linger in the mind.” --Jerry D'Souza, All About Jazz

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