boston.com Arts and Entertainment your connection to The Boston Globe
 
George Garzone and the Fringe : Garzone is one of the finest tenor saxophonists anywhere, and he makes his home in Boston. His passionate, explosive, nuanced saxophone playing has been featured in bands led by such names as Buddy Rich, Gil Evans, Ron Carter, and Joe Lovano. A beloved educator over the years at nearly every music school in town, he has taught students ranging from Branford Marsalis to Joshua Redman to Danilo Perez. And for more than three decades, as a member of premiere free-jazz trio the Fringe, with bassist John Lockwood and drummer Bob Gullotti, he has brought unbridled expression to a succession of Monday night residencies at local clubs and performance spaces. This will be a rare appearance by the group in the sumptuous setting of a spacious concert hall. Free admission. At NEC’s Jordan Hall, Sept. 25. concerts.newenglandconservatory.edu -- KEVIN LOWENTHAL
 Previous
Jazz
George Garzone and the Fringe: Garzone is one of the finest tenor saxophonists anywhere, and he makes his home in Boston. His passionate, explosive, nuanced saxophone playing has been featured in bands led by such names as Buddy Rich, Gil Evans, Ron Carter, and Joe Lovano. A beloved educator over the years at nearly every music school in town, he has taught students ranging from Branford Marsalis to Joshua Redman to Danilo Perez. And for more than three decades, as a member of premiere free-jazz trio the Fringe, with bassist John Lockwood and drummer Bob Gullotti, he has brought unbridled expression to a succession of Monday night residencies at local clubs and performance spaces. This will be a rare appearance by the group in the sumptuous setting of a spacious concert hall. Free admission. At NEC’s Jordan Hall, Sept. 25. concerts.newenglandconservatory.edu

-- KEVIN LOWENTHAL
(Handout photo)
 Previous
Sponsored Links