How do you like your jazz?

Hot? Contemporary? Crazy? Smooth?

It's all here in the mix, with dozens of club-style sets in November and December, usually three different acts each night. Tonight the mix includes The Survivor's Breakfast Ensemble coached by Anthony Coleman and groups coached by pianist Frank Carlberg.

These student ensembles are the club headliners of tomorrow—coached by leading jazz and improvising artists from the New England Conservatory faculty.

7:00pm set
Survivor's Breakfast Ensemble coached by Anthony Coleman
Kirsten Lamb, bass/voice
Sami Stevens, voice
Ilya Portnov, harmonica
Abby Swidler, violin
Marnen Laibow-Koser, violin
Allie Simpson, viola
Katherine McShane, cello
Dara Bloom, cello
Leo Hardman-Hill, trumpet
Mark Goldstein, saxophone 
Taekjoon Kim, flute
Billy McShane, saxophone
Dan Pencer, saxophone
Sonny Lalchandani, sitar
Dylan McKinstry, mandolin/guitar
Jacob Means, mandolin
Kody Glazer, trombone
Zoe Christiansen, clarinet
Matt Deligatti, guitar
A.J. Durham, guitar
Evan Allen, piano
Simon Wilson, bass
Kiyoe Wellington, bass
Nick Neuberg, drums/percussion
Connor Baker, drums/percussion

8:00pm set
coached by Frank Carlberg
Wonmi Jung, voice
Travis Bliss, saxophone
Eric Stilwell, trombone
Robin Lohrey, piano
Micah Stevens, guitar
Liam Birkerts, bass
Russell Holzman, drums

9:00pm set
coached by Frank Carlberg
Corinne Cahill, voice
David Adewumi, trumpet
Sarah Hughes, saxophone
Thomas Chalmers, trombone
Jose Soto, piano
Vaughn Stoffey, guitar
Isaac Levien, bass
Colin Rosso, drums 

 

Date: December 9, 2013 - 7:00:PM
Price: Free
Location: Pierce Hall

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LIFE IS A LOT LIKE JAZZ. IT'S BEST WHEN YOU IMPROVISE. GEORGE GERSHWIN