Satoshi Takeishi is a percussionist and arranger who studied at Berklee College of Music in Boston before exploring South American music in Colombia for four years. His music is multicultural and often spans genres â from classical, traditional Colombian and electronic to improvisational jazz. John Kelman describes Takeishiâs style as an âunusual hybrid of traditional drums and assorted percussion esoterica.â Takeishi has recorded with Eliane Ellias, Ray Barreto, Carlos âPatatoâ Valdes, Patrick Zimmerli, Toshiko Akiyoshi Big Band, Mark Murphy, and Erik Friedlander, to name a few.
Pianist Harvey Diamond, a former student of Lennie Tristano, has played in Bostonâs jazz scene since the 1960s. Eugene Uman of the Vermont Jazz Center said that Diamondâs âinterpretations are egoless reflections of where he is in the moment.â He has played with Sheila Jordan and Art Farmer.
James Macdonald is well known throughout Southern Vermont and Southern New Hampshire as a talented bassist and music teacher. A student of Mike Formanek and Cameron Brown, he is committed to musical legacy. He has performed with Sheila Jordan, Jay Clayton, Peter Eldridge, and John Abercrombie. Currently, he performs with the Jazz Demolition Project and Draa Hobbs.
While these three musicians come from different musical backgrounds, they are each known for their ability to play a piece of music deeply and intensely.
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