Brendan Brady, drums
Bob Butta, piano
Jeff Reed, bass
Drummer Brendan Brady is an experienced performer, educator, and composer based in Baltimore. He completed his undergraduate studies at Towson University where he studied with Drummer Frank Russo and Saxophonist Jason Rigby. He worked as a residency artist and studied with musicians such as Kris Davis, Drew Gress, William Parker, and Mark Guiliana. Outside of academia, he has studied with renowned drummers such as Greg Hutchinson, Johnathan Blake, Paul Wells, and Joe Farnsworth.
Pianist Noah Haidu, bassist Todd Coolman, and drummer Billy Hart
Keith Jarrett 76th Birthday Tribute
The concert celebrates Haidu's new Sunnyside release
SLOWLY: Song for Keith Jarrett
SLOWLY features music written for and inspired by Jarrett, performed by Haidu and the legendary rhythm section of Buster Williams and Billy Hart
Michael Bowie, bass
Mark Prince, drums
Dave Manley, guitar
Born and raised in Washington, D.C., Mark Prince has developed into one of the premier drummers in today’s music scene. Honing his skills at Howard University under the expert tutelage of the legendary Grady Tate, as well as maintaining a strong classical background as a National Symphony Fellowship recipient, his versatility is a sought-after attribute amongst the musical community both nationally and internationally.
4/18/21 - 1) “Violin Plus” - featuring works for unaccompanied violin that expand the voice of the violin by incorporating electronics, foot pedals, and non-traditional tunings.
(Repertoire to be finalized, but will include works by Steve Reich, Hildegard von Bingen, John Heiss, and Johann Joseph Vilsmayr)
5/16/21 - 2) “Homage” - works intended as homages to people and places
(Repertoire to be finalized, but will include works by Saariaho, Chen Yi, Carlos Simon, George Walker, Rain Worthington, and Flausino Vale)
Bob Butta has worked with Sonny Fortune, Gary Bartz, Woody Shaw, Eddie Henderson, Billy Hart, Keeter Betz, Buster Williams, David Fathead Newman, Junior Cook, Clifford Jordan, Stanley Turrentine, and many other jazz luminaries.
Paul Langosch played bass with many jazz greats throughout his incredible career, including Tony Bennett for over 20 years, Phil Woods, George Shearing, Barney Kessel, Tal Farlow, Mose Allison, and many more.
Paul and Bob recorded a DC together back in 1997 called "Windows" in trio with the late Mike Smith on drums.
The Folkal Point Singer-Songwriter Series, in conjunction with the NxNE Baltimore American Roots Music Series and An die Musik Live, presents:
Bob Dylan’s Greatest Hits Volume 80
An 80th Birthday Celebration
Exclusive Video Broadcast
Friday, May 21st, at 8:00 p.m. EDT
Tune in to see and hear great local and regional artists pay tribute to Bob Dylan on the occasion of his 80th birthday.
The Complete Unknowns
The Stable Shakers
John and Paul from the Stone Hill All-Stars
“Unlike some bassists who are content to compose and remain mostly as a vital cog of the rhythm section, Reed does that but also manages to solo on almost every piece. He has a lyrical touch but can swing too.” - Jim Hynes, Making a Scene Music Magazine, July 29, 2020
Sean Jones, trumpet
Todd Marcus, bass clarinet
Jonathan Epley, guitar
Eric Kennedy, drums
Jeff Reed, bass
Access the recording of the previous Rick Alberico Jazz Project concert from Sept. 24, 2020: Quarantine Concert Series_#104: Rick Alberico Jazz Project
Bob Butta, piano
Blake Meister, bass
Dominic Smith, drums
Marty Nau, alto saxophone
Rick Alberico, tenor and alto saxophones