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Victor Louis Goines
Clarinetist, saxophonist, and educator Victor Goines is one of the most respected and multi-faceted musicians in the jazz world today. He is a member of the Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra since 1993 and as well as a leader of his quartet. As a leader, Goines has ten recordings to his credit including his latest A Dance At The Mardi Gras Ball (2016, Rosemary Joseph Records).
Jo Ann Daugherty
Pianist Jo Ann Daugherty’s most recent album Bring Joy earned a 4-star review from Downbeat Magazine (January 2017) and was listed as one of their “Best Albums of 2017.”
Her experience includes such varied adventures as performing in jazz festivals and clubs throughout the U.S. (Chicago Jazz Fest, Satchmo Fest in New Orleans, Dizzy’s NYC, Snug Harbor, the Jazz Showcase, Green Mill, Winters Jazz Club, Andy’s and many more), conducting touring Broadway shows (Jersey Boys, Motown: The Musical), arranging and music directing PBS broadcast concerts (Under The Streetlamp), and performing in such premier productions as Jesus Christ Superstar and West Side Story at the Lyric Opera of Chicago.
Bassist Christian Dillingham is equally at home in two musical worlds. He is that rare musician who excels in an orchestral setting yet has the improvisational skills necessary for a jazz. At Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, working with Jeffrey Turner, principal bass of the Pittsburgh Symphony, receiving a Master’s of Music degree in Music Performance.
Although a native of Fort Wayne, Indiana, Clif Wallace claims home to more than a few places between the Midwest, South and East Coast. This may explain his versatility as a drummer/bandleader having been influenced by all that his experiences growing up in an array of communities would have to offer. When has not worked with others, Clif leads a host of bands blending new original compositions with his arrangements of music that he pairs with nostalgic events in his personal life. Recently,
Kenny Washington thrills audiences across the globe with his soulful interpretations, seemingly limitless range, and rapid-fire scatting. The New Orleans native, now based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Appeared in 2013 at Jazz At Lincoln Center with Wynton Marsalis and The Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra to perform Marsalis’Pulitzer Prize-winning oratorio Blood On The Fields, alongside vocalists Gregory Porter and Paula West.