Masterclass „Understanding the Source“ mit Nicole Glover

Mi 26.05.202116:00 - 19:00

How to understand and study the language and history of the music from a place of authenticity and awareness

New York-based Saxophonist Nicole Glover has been described by the press as a “precocious talent”, a “rising saxophonist”, and “uninhibited”. Nicole has recently been in bands led locally by Reggie Workman, Kenny Washington, Renee Rosnes, Billy Hart, Gene Perla, Rodney Green, George Colligan, Joe Farnsworth, Geoffrey Keezer, David Weiss, Luis Perdomo, and Jason Brown. In 2019, she appeared in three touring bands, including Latin Grammy-winning Buika, Blue Note supergroup ARTEMIS, and Rodney Green’s “Jackson Miller”. Buika’s 2019 world tour included performances on 4 continents, including appearances at Newport Jazz Festival and Red Sea Jazz Festival. Additionally, she led her own group (the Nicole Glover Trio) which was featured in a weekly residency at SMOKE Jazz Club, as well as local venues such as Smalls Jazz Club and Fat Cat. She was also honored to appear at Minton’s Playhouse in Harlem and the Staten Island Jazz Festival with 2020 NEA Jazz Master and 2020 Guggenheim Fellowship recipient Reggie Workman.
Additionally, Nicole has worked with Victor Lewis, Gene Perla, Esperanza Spalding, Bennie Maupin, Mike Clark, Jeff “Tain” Watts, Mel Brown, and Bill Goodwin. She has performed at a multitude of venues in NYC, ranging from clubs such as Smalls, Mezzrow, Smoke, Fat Cat, Birdland, Blue Note, Dizzy’s, Minton’s, Nublu, 55 bar, Zinc, The Django, and Le Poisson Rouge, to larger performance venues and festivals such as SummerStage, Staten Island Jazz Festival, and Winter Jazzfest.
Nicole is also an experienced educator and clinician. She was involved with Jazz at Lincoln Center's “Jazz For Young People” educational outreach program in various NYC schools. She is currently on faculty with the New York Jazz Workshop and is a teacher for multiple charter schools through the Jazz Empowers programme.

Mi26.05.202116:00 - 19:00
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