Wednesday, July 27, 2011

US 1 Profiles the Sustainable Jazz Ensemble

In preparation for our performance at Palmer Square tomorrow, a nice writeup about SJE in U.S.1..

Free-Range Musicians To Perform this Thursday and Friday

Unlike industrially raised music, the original compositions of the Sustainable Jazz Ensemble are performed by musicians who live their lives roaming freely outside of cages. In addition to the obvious benefits for the performers, music performed by free range musicians is said to be higher in nutritive value.

You can sample locally grown compositions like Scrambled Eggs and Lemon Merengue while eating lunch on Palmer Square tomorrow (Thursday) from 12 to 2pm, as part of Palmer Square's Lunchtime Music on the Green series. Thanks to Palmer Square for having us.

We'll also be performing for free this Friday from 6:30 - 8pm, surrounded by books in the basement of Labyrinth Bookstore. The trio is composed of Jerry D'Anna on bass, Ron Connor on piano, and myself on saxophone and clarinet.

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

July 28, noon - 2pm at Palmer Square

The Sustainable Jazz Ensemble will B there at P. Square in Princeton as part of the Lunchtime Music on the Green series, with performances of Scrambled Eggs, Lemon Merengue and other sustaining fare.