Thursday Night Live:

The modern drummer

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Page added Dec 1, 2016 Updated Dec 14, 2016

Catch a live set featuring drummer extraordinaire Mark Guiliana with his jazz quartet - recorded at the 2016 Cully Jazz Fest in Switzerland.

Mark Guiliana has emerged as one of the leading players within a new generation of jazz musicians who cross boundaries with electronic or 'Beat' music. This style of syncopated and staccato grooves has in turn influenced his compositions - particularly with his acoustic jazz quartet, who are heard on the 2015 release Family First. This very same band of Shai Maestro (keys), Jason Rigby (sax) and Chris Morrissey (bass) went out on the road in support of the record, and were recorded live at the 2016 Cully Jazz Festival.

Presented by Henry Rasmussen
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Dec 8, 2016. 9:00pm - 10:00pm

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Mark Guiliana (born 1980, Florham Park, New Jersey, United States) is an American drummer, composer, and leader of the band Beat Music. He is known for his playing with Avishai Cohen, Brad Mehldau, David Bowie, Meshell Ndegeocello, Gretchen Parlato, Jason Lindner, Lionel Loueke, Avishai Cohen (bassist), Dhafer Youssef, Tigran Hamasyan, Matisyahu, European piano trio Phronesis (band) and his old...

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