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The Democracy at Nocturne

Every Wednesday in June at Nocturne Set One: 6:30-7:45pm   |   Set Two: 8:30-9:45pm Adam Bartczak - Trombone, Sam Williams - Saxophone , Peter Stoltzman - Piano, Gonzalo Teppa - Bass, Dru Heller - Drums

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The Democracy at Nocturne
The Democracy at Nocturne

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10 jun 2020, 6:30 p.m. – 9:45 p.m. GMT-7

Nocturne, 1330 27th St, Denver, CO 80205, USA

About the event

THE DEMOCRACY is a modern jazz quintet that operates  in a way that allows each musician to be an active a part of the  creative direction of the ensemble. All five players contribute to the  original works performed an all have a say of how each night will go...  this band is proof that the spirit of Democracy is alive and well.

adam bartczak - trombone, sam williams - saxophone , peter stoltzman - piano, gonzalo teppa - bass, alejandro castaño - drums

Adam Bartczak is the chairman of sorts of the  Democracy and is in demand as a performer, composer, arranger, and  clinician throughout the country. A Colorado native, he earned a BM from  the University of Colorado at Boulder before joining Denver-based  hip-hop/jazz collective Yo, Flaco! with whom he recorded three albums  and toured extensively. He moved east to attend the New England  Conservatory in Boston, where he studied with Bob Brookmeyer, earned a  MM in Jazz Composition. Recent projects have included presentations of  works at the Jazz Education Network Conference, and The Soul of Jewish  Music, which premiered in Los Angeles and featured iconic violinist  Itzhak Perlman. Performances of his arrangements for jazz orchestra have  featured artists such as Donny McCaslin, Jeff Coffin, Robin Eubanks,  Brian Lynch, Billy Pierce, and Geoffrey Keezer. As a performer, he has  shared the stage with Karl Denson, Del the Funky Homosapien, Big  Gigantic, Ron Miles, and Ziggy Marley. Currently, he performs and  teaches in Colorado and is an adjunct faculty member at the Metropolitan  State University of Denver. He also taught at the University of  Northern Colorado, where he recently earned a Doctorate in Jazz Studies  with a secondary emphasis in Classical Composition.

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