DePauw University Jazz Ensemble (April Concert)
Internationally renown trombonist and Grammy Award-nominated arranger John Fedchock joins the DePauw Jazz Ensemble for a performance on Tuesday, April 21. The program, featuring Fedchock's original compositions, begins at 7:30 p.m. in Kresge Auditorium, located within the Green Center for the Performing Arts.
Fedchock has soloed with many of the world's most prominent jazz musicians including Woody Herman, Louis Bellson, T.S. Monk and Gerry Mulligan. A distinguished, in-demand studio musician, he has also achieved critical acclaim for his work as a producer and arranger on several recordings, including "New York Big Band" and "On The Edge."
For its last concert of the semester, the DePauw Jazz Ensemble also welcomes the Greencastle Middle School Jazz Band, led by student conductors David Gordon '15, Kevin Smith '15, Melissa Guerrero '16 and Matt Skiba '16. The middle school students will open the program with beloved standards such as Duke Ellington's classic "It Don't Mean A Thing" and Herbie Hancock's groovy funk number, "Chameleon."
Green Center for the Performing Arts, Kresge Auditorium (View)
605 S. College Ave.
Greencastle, IN 46135
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