All posts tagged: Reuben Radding

Concert Review: Yoni Kretzmer 2-Bass Quartet Live at the Zürcher Gallery, April 25

  Yoni Kretzmer has embraced a more lyrical voice on tenor saxophone over the past year. Evidence of his significant development in recent years as a musician, composer, and bandleader were on full display on Tuesday night at the Zürcher Gallery in Manhattan. The quartet played four pieces, many of which appear on their 2015

Playlist for the Week of July 6, 2015

The Convergence Quartet – Slow and Steady (No Business, 2013) Transit – self-titled (Clean Feed, 2005) Transit – Quadrologues (Clean Feed, 2009) Ingrid Laubrock’s Anti-House – Roulette of the Cradle (2015) Mike Pride’s Scrambler – self-titled (Not Two, 2005)

New This Week / March 17, 2015

Videos Michael Foster-Ben Bennett Duo Live at Soup & Sound Pulverize the Sound Live at Manhattan Inn Chris Pitsiokos Trio Live at Ran Tea House Jonathan Moritz’ Secret Tempo Live at I-Beam (New York Tenor Saxophone Festival) Yoni Kretzmer 2Bass Quartet Live at I-Beam (New York Tenor Saxophone Festival) Ras Moshe Trio Live at I-Beam

Interview with Nate Wooley, Part III: The Making of the Quintet

Interview with Nate Wooley conducted via email, December 2012-May 2014 CB: How did you first go about forming the Nate Wooley Quartet. Were Matt Moran, Reuben Radding, and Take Toriyama the original members? I found concert listings as early as June 2004. Did the band form shortly before that or earlier? Did the group ever

Concert Review: Yoni Kretzmer Double Bass Quartet at Ibeam 4 Jan 2014

Yoni Kretzmer has put together a very interesting group with his Double Bass Quartet. Listening to him play is like a history lesson, at times, and at others, an expose of how “the tradition” continues to evolve and take on new shapes in our post-modern moment. Kretzmer can reference many of the great tenor players