Trombonist/composer Josh Roseman and his New Quintet present acoustic works composed and arranged by Roseman, one of the most innovative, forward-thinking brass players and band leaders on the scene today. Just awarded top honors as a Rising Star (formerly Talent Deserving Wider Recognition), by DownBeat, look for a feature in the August issue as well as a new release on Enja Records this fall. For more information, please visit joshroseman.com
This all-star ensemble includes a rare sideman appearance by the unparalleled clarinetist Don Byron in who’s Mickey Katz, Ellington and Blaxploitation ensembles Roseman was a member; cornet virtuoso Graham Haynes (Roy’s son), last heard in New York as music director of Tracie Morris’s Afrofuturistic; master multi-instrumentalist, former Don Cherry sideman and Grammy Award nominee (for the 1991 Antilles/Polygram release, Signs of Life) Peter Apfelbaum on organ; and New York City newcomer Nate Smith, drummer for Betty Carter, Dave Holland, and Chris Potter.
For more information, please contact Erica Jacobsohn at Serendipity Arts, 718 932 2599 or