Classical IPR in Concert: IAA Jazz Ensemble and Combos

Feb 25, 2021

IAA Jazz Ensemble and Combos, October and November 2020
Credit Interlochen Center for the Arts

This week on Classical IPR in Concert, we present music from two concerts of the Interlochen Arts Academy Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Combos held in the fall of 2020.

Bill Sears leads the IAA Little Big Band, Jazz Sextet and Jazz Trio in works of Miles Davis, Charles Mingus, and more.

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Music in this program:

Little Big Band

  1. Solar/Miles Davis/arr. Mike Tomaro
  2. Ladybird/Tadd Dameron/arr. Bill Sears
  3. Four/Miles Davis/arr. Mark Taylor
  4. Smoke Gets in Your Eyes/Otto Harbach & Jerome Kern/arr. Mike Tomaro
  5. Haitian Fight Song/Charles Mingus/arr. Sy Johnson
  6. Cornbread/Lee Morgan/arr. Mark Taylor
  7. Shiny Stockings/Frank Foster/Tom Kubis
  8. Just Friends/John Klenner and Sam M. Lewis/arr. Roger Neumann
  9. Blues After Dark/Benny Golson
  10. Pent Up House/Sonny Rollins/arr. Mike Tomaro

Logan Moore, saxophone, Lake Ann, Mich.
Vivianne Guilford, saxophone, Mclean, Va.
Leland Rossi, trumpet, San Jose, Calif.
Remington Hill-Holeman, trumpet, Gardnerville, Nev.
Savannah Methner, trumpet, Marquette, Mich.
Madelyn Stoklosa, trombone, Lake View, N.Y.
Owen Romaine, trombone, Saint Augustine, Fla.
Miles Zaud, piano, Topanga, Calif.
Andrew Vinther, bass, Lynnwood, Wash.
Sam Hicks, drums, Lake Ann, Mich.

Jazz Sextet

  1. Canteloupe/Herbie Hancock
  2. Doxy/Sonny Rollins

Savannah Methner, trumpet, Marquette, Mich.
Logan Moore, alto saxophone, Lake Ann, Mich.
Owen Romaine, trombone, Saint Augustine, Fla.
Oliver Silverman, piano, Pacific Palisades, Calif.
Logan Zaud, bass, Topanga, Calif.
Ismael Rodriguez, drums, Miami, Fla.

Jazz Trio

  1. Nardis/Miles Davis
  2. (Love Is) The Tender Trap/Jimmy Van Heusen

Miles Zaud, piano, Topanga, Calif.
Logan Zaud, bass, Topanga, Calif.
Ismael Rodriguez, drums, Miami, Fla.