Please join us for this special concert event with NY’s The David Ambrosio Quintet
6:30 pm: Pre-performance interview with the band, conducted by podcast host Matt Peiken of The Overlook with Matt Peiken.
7 – 9 pm: CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE, performed by The David Ambrosio Quintet
NY bassist David Ambrosio has created this project to feature the progressive jazz composers of the late 60’s Blue Note Era, like Bobby Hutcherson, Jackie McLean, Stanley Cowell, Harold Land, Joe Chambers, Duke Pearson and James Spaulding. During a time of important social change and civil unrest, much of this body of work was released decades later and consequently was not heard at the time for when it was written.
Exactly fifty years later in America we are seeing significant parallels in social movements to that era which gives this important music, while unfortunately not heard at the time, a new sense of relevancy.
Since their 2018 debut performance at NYC’s Jazz Standard, CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE has been sharing this deeply swinging, heartfelt and progressive music with enthusiastic NY audiences, and we are thrilled that they will be bringing it to Mars Landing Galleries!
CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE is:
Donny McCaslin – tenor, soprano
Jason Palmer – trumpet
Bruce Barth – piano
David Ambrosio – bass
Victor Lewis – drums
This event / performance is made possible with the support of Jazz Road, a national initiative of South Arts, which is funded by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation with additional support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.