Ted Nash Quintet Plays Dizzy's


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Ted Nash's Quintet returns to Dizzy's May 19th-23rd with an exciting anthology of music from successful recordings.

Such as “Portrait in Seven Shades," “Still Evolved," “In The Loop," and “Rhyme and Reason," as well as music from a commission from the Museum of Modern Art entitled “CitiEscape."

Ted will be sharing the stage with outstanding guest trumpet players each night, this is a week not to be missed!


Ted Nash on saxophones and flute
Frank Kimbrough on piano
Ray Drummond on bass (5/19-20, 5/22-23)
Jay Anderson on bass (5/21)
Willie Jones III on drums

Special Guests on Trumpet:
Brian Lynch (5/19)
Eddie Henderson (5/20)
Ryan Kisor (5/21)
Mike Rodriguez (5/22)
Marcus Printup (5/23)

Guest Artist on 5/19/10
Mr. Brian Lynch

Few musicians embody this 21st century credo as profoundly as the 48- year-old Grammy Award winning trumpet master. A respected insider within both the hardcore bebop and Latin communities, he's as comfortable negotiating the complexities of clave with Afro- Caribbean pioneer Eddie Palmieri as swinging through advanced harmony with bebop maestro Phil Woods.

He's worked in recent years with Buena Vista Social Club alumnus Barbarito Torres, dance remixer Joe Clausell, and the members of the influential Latin alternative group Yerba Buena. He arranges for Japanese pop star Mika Nakashima and producer Shinichi Osawa, has written string charts for Phil Woods, and has played with such pop luminaries as Maxwell, Prince, and Sheila E.

Born September 12, 1956 in Urbana, Illinois, Lynch grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin where he apprenticed on a high level with such local residents as pianist Buddy Montgomery and organist Melvin Rhyne, while earning a degree from the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music. Located in San Diego in 1980-81, he gained further valuable experience in the group of alto master Charles McPherson.

Seeking to share his knowledge with others and to keep in touch with the fundamentals of his art, Lynch has turned increasingly to teaching in recent years. He currently holds faculty positions at New York University and the North Netherlands Conservatory, has taught at the Stanford Jazz Workshop, and has conducted workshops in numerous major institutes of learning, including The Eastman School of Music, Dartmouth University, the University of North Texas, and Columbia University, among many others.

Guest Artist on 5/20
Eddie Henderson

Eddie Henderson is one of today's top and most original jazz trumpet players. His father sang with the Charioteers, and his mother danced as one of the Brown twins at the Cotton club. Louis Armstrong gave Eddie his first few trumpet lessons at the age of nine. Eddie moved with his family to San Francisco when he was 14 years old. He studied at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music from 1954 to '56.

Around 1956, Miles Davis was guest at Eddie Henderson's home during a black Hawk Jazz Club gig and was impressed with Eddie's ability to perform his famous “Sketches of Spain" without a fluff but encouraged Henderson to seek his own originality. Henderson first got worldwide recognition for his jazz-trumpet playing from the popular recordings he made with Herbie Hancock's Mwandishi group during the early '70s. other jazz perfomers Eddie has played with include Pharoah Sanders, Art Blakey, Elvin Jones, Johnny Griffin, Slide Hampton, McCoy Tyner, Benny Golson, Max Roach, Jackie McClean, Dexter Gordon, Roy Haynes, Joe Henderson etc. Henderson has been on the faculty at Juillard school of music since 2007.

Guest Artist on 5/21
Ryan Kisor

Ryan Kisor was born on April 12, 1973, in Sioux City, Iowa and began playing trumpet at age four. In 1990, he won first prize at the Thelonious Monk Institute's first annual Louis Armstrong Trumpet Competition. Mr. Kisor enrolled in the Manhattan School of Music in 1991, where he studied with trumpeter Lew Soloff.

He has performed and/or recorded with the Mingus Big Band, the Gil Evans Orchestra, Horace Silver, Gerry Mulligan, Charlie Haden's Liberation Music Orchestra, the Carnegie Hall Jazz Band, the Philip Morris Jazz All-Stars, and others. As well as being an active sideman, Mr. Kisor has recorded several albums as a leader, including Battle Cry (1997), The Usual Suspects (1998), and Point of Arrival (2000). He has been a member of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra since 1994.

Guest Artist on 5/22
Mike Rodriguez

Trumpeter/composer, Michael Rodriguez was born on July 14, 1979 in Queens, New York. At the age of 8 Michael's family moved to Miami where he began studying classical guitar.

With much encouragement from his family, he then began to play the trumpet in middle school and was later accepted at the prestigious New World High School of the Arts to study trumpet and guitar. Michael continued his trumpet studies with a full scholarship at the University of Miami. After completing two years at the University of Miami, he decided to transfer to the New School University in New York where he received his B.A.

Michael has performed with Pianist Eric Reed, Clark Terry, Bobby Watson, Quincy Jones, Joe Lovano, Toshiko Akiyoshi Orchestra, Chico O'Farill Orchestra, Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, Pop icon Jessica Simpson, Carnegie Hall Jazz Band, Carla Bley Band, Harry Conick jr., Eddie Palmieri, Paquito D'Rivera, Lincoln Center Afro- Cuban Jazz Orchestra, Smithsonian Jazz Orchestra, Bob Minzter, Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Kenny Barron, Rufus Reed, Maria Schneider and the Charlie Haden Liberation Orchestra.

In December of 2003 Michael recorded on Charlie Haden's Grammy Award winning “Land of the Sun" album featuring Gonzalo Rubalcaba and Joe Lovano. Michael has recorded with a diverse number of jazz musicians and settings including; Charlie Haden's Liberation Music Orchestra, Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Richard Bona, Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra and Conrad Herwig.

Guest Artist on 5/23
Marcus Printup

Marcus Printup was born and raised in Conyers, Georgia. He had his first musical experiences hearing the fiery gospel music his parents sang in church, and he later discovered jazz as a senior in high school. While attending the University of North Florida on a music scholarship, he won the International Trumpet Guild Jazz Trumpet competition.

In 1991, Mr. Printup's life changed drastically when he met his mentor to this day, the great pianist Marcus Roberts. Mr. Roberts introduced him to Wynton Marsalis, which led to his induction into the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra in 1993. Conyers has since honored him with the celebration of “Marcus Printup Day" on August 22 annually.

Mr. Printup has performed and/or recorded with Betty Carter, Dianne Reeves, Eric Reed, Cyrus Chestnut, Wycliffe Gordon and Mr. Roberts among others. Mr. Printup has several records as a leader, “Song for the Beautiful Woman," “Unveiled," “Hub Songs", “Nocturnal Traces", “Peace in the Abstract", and his most recent, “Bird of Paradise". He made his screen debut in the 1999 movie Playing by Heart and recorded on the film's soundtrack.

Mr. Printup tours annually with the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, spending one-third of his year touring world wide. He has an interest in teaching youth and experienced musicians and contributes to several camps annually.

Ted Nash Quintet
May 19th-23rd
Dizzy's Club Coca Cola

33 West 60th St. New York, NY
Tel: (212) 258-9595

Set times are 7:30 and 9:30
plus 11:30 on Friday and Saturday

Cover: $30-35
Students: $15 select sets w/valid student ID

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