Jamie Baum at the Deer Head Inn on February 8, 2008


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TimePeace is a cooperative jazz quartet that performs creative and exciting arrangements of jazz standards and originals with contributions by all its members. Long-time friends and compatriots Jamie Baum on flute and alto flute, Roberta Piket on piano, Cameron Brown on bass and Jeff Hirshfield on drums bring together their rich and varied experiences to create some unique and fresh music. While rooted in the jazz tradition with a modern sound and spirit, their very personal take is realized in a recently recorded self-titled CD where they bring a modernist harmonic and rhythmic palette to time-tested songs.

Having performed in many different configurations with several of the jazz icons, their collective list reads like a who's who of jazz including: Art Blakey, George Russell, Joe Lovano, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Toots Theilman, Dewey Redman, Benny Golson, Jim Hall, Woody Herman, Red Rodney and Ira Sullivan, Lionel Hampton, Randy Brecker, etc. Adding spice to the mix is their individual work with Latin, Brazilian, Indian and classical musicians. All based in New York, they have performed in both local clubs as well as having toured almost every continent.

Jamie Baum - flutes
Roberta Piket - piano
Cameron Brown - bass
Jeff Hirshfield - drums

Saturday, February 9th
Sets 7 to 11 pm
Deer Head Inn
5 Main street
Delaware Water Gap, PA 18327

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