Robert Macgregor @ Makor Monday / April 23rd 7:30-8:15 PM


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Monday / April 23, 2007
7:30-8:15 PM @ MAKOR
Steinhardt Building / 35 West 67th Street / btw Central Park West & Columbus Ave
Robert MacGregor - tenor saxophone
Matteo Sabbattini - alto saxophone
Joachim Junghanss - piano
Linda Oh - bass
Devin Gray - drums

Directions (by Subway): 1 train to 66th Street / Lincoln Center
A, D train to 59th Street / Columbus Circle
B, C train to 72nd Street Robert MacGregor / Refraction of Light

“One of the very few good young saxophonists developing his own sound, with the compositional ability, maturity, and vision to lead a band playing original music...the debut recording, Refraction of Light, is highly recommended" - Steve Slagle / Joe Lovano Nonet, Mingus Big Band, Stryker-Slagle Band “Music with a global perspective: the compositions are imaginative, the performances are strong...Robert's first release is a work of integrity" - Chris Rosenberg / Ornette Coleman's Prime Time

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