Presented with The Jam Session
Saturday, April 7 | 7 PM* | $20 ($10 for Students)
With Martin Fabricius on vibraphone, Brad Shepik on guitar, Steve Swallow on bass, and Claes Brondal on drums.
Martin Fabricius is a Danish vibraphonist and film composer. His music has by many been described as image creating, story telling, beautiful and even healing. The calm melodies and friendly harmonies invites the listener inside the music which at times resembles classical or electronic music. All of this mixed with intriguing rhythms and lot’s of improvisation makes the music both calm and energetic, grand and intimate.
Martin Fabricius graduated Suma Cum Laude from Berklee College of Music with a major in film scoring in 1996. While at Berklee, Martin studied the vibraphone with multi grammy award winner Gary Burton. His first album as a bandleader and vibraphonist When Sharks Bite (2008), was hailed by JazzNyt, as one of the 10 best Danish albums that year. Since then the trio has performed all over the world attracting a growing audience of listeners both familiar and new to jazz.
Martin lives in Copenhagen Denmark where he teaches percussion, composition and film scoring
when not touring.
All concerts are recorded live to be aired at a later date on WPPB, your local NPR Station.
*Doors will open at 6:30 PM for sangria and small bites compliments Union Cantina plus Wölffer Rosé.
About The Jam Session Inc.
The Jam Session, Inc. is a non-profit organization focused on the art of improvisational Jazz as the primary foundation, with other styles and influences present as well. Inspired by the late-night jam sessions and loft rehearsals in New York City, The Jam Session believes that the evolution and survival of improvisational music takes place in front of a live audience, being inclusive and accessible to all who want to engage. Frequent local home for The Jam Session is Bay Burger in Sag Harbor. Please visit thejamsession.org.
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