March 11, 2018 – Jeremy Udden Trio/Quartet

Hello dear listeners!

Set your clocks forward and join us on Sunday, March 11th, at 3pm *. Due to unforseen circumstances Hush Point will not be performing, but we will welcome Jeremey Udden and his Trio/Quartet to the parlor. These awesome jazz explorers will take us on a musical journey of improvised collaboration.

Jeremy Udden Trio/Quartet 

Jeremy Udden Trio/Quartet

Jeremy Udden – Saxophone
Steve Cardenas – Guitar
Aryeh Kobrinsky– Bass
Mark Ferber – Drums

“With his beautiful, round soprano tone, the saxophonist Udden lends a haunting sheen to tunes spanning the soothingly melodic to the jaggedly free.”

“although he’s a super jazz saxophonist, [Udden] openly embraces the rock, folk, and country sounds he heard in his youth… More often than not, Udden’s music opts for a more gentle, almost pastoral quality–although it retains a muscle and grit to balance the lyric softness.  The more difficult Udden’s music becomes to classify, the better it seems to get.”
Please join us as The Jeremy Udden Trio/Quartet bring their musical genius to the Parlor for an outstanding afternoon of inspiration.
Sunday 11 March, Jeremy Udden Trio/Quartet

Doors at 2:30 PM, concert begins at 3:00 PM* sharp.

*Remember to set you clocks forward for Daylight Saving TIme!!

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Jeremy Udden, the Brooklyn-based “gifted alto saxophonist and composer with the gorgeous tone” (JAZZTIMES) has found a voice within a variety of projects, including the Grammy nominated Either/Orchestra, throughout his critically-acclaimed albums for Sunnyside Records (NYC) and Fresh Sound New Talent (Barcelona), and on over 20 recordings as a sideman. His PLAINVILLE project “openly embraces the rock, folk, and country sounds he heard in his youth” (DOWNBEAT, 4 stars), recently producing “one of the year’s most slyly inviting jazz albums” (NY TIMES). Udden has performed with Bob Brookmeyer, Steve Lacy, Gunther Schuller, Matt Wilson, Andrew D’Angelo’s DNA Band, and “Ethio-Jazz” legend Mulatu Astatke, among many others, in Europe, China, Africa, and around the US.



Steve Cardenas began his musical career in Kansas City and has been an integral part of the New York City jazz community since 1995.

Steve has performed and recorded with many well-known and highly esteemed musicians. Notably, he was a longstanding member of the Paul Motian Electric Bebop Band (which later became the Paul Motian Octet), the Charlie Haden Liberation Music Orchestra, as well as Joey Baron‘s band, Killer Joey. Steve is currently a member of the Steve Swallow Quintet, Ben AllisonBand, Jon Cowherd‘s Mercy Project and John Patitucci‘s Electric Guitar Quartet. He has toured extensively throughout Europe, North and South America and Asia, performing at countless international music festivals, theaters, opera houses and clubs. Steve also leads his own trio and has released four recordings as a leader. His most recent album, Melody in a Dream, was released on Sunnyside Records last year.

Steve is also a well-respected educator. He is on faculty at The New School For Jazz and Contemporary Music in New York City where he directs the Thelonious Monk Ensemble and the Guitar Duos class, as well as offering individual lessons. He has also been on faculty at the California Institute of the Arts, Siena Summer Jazz Workshop, Brubeck Summer Jazz Colony, Stanford Jazz Workshop and Banff International Workshop in Jazz and Creative Music. Additionally, Steve is co-author, along with editor Don Sickler, of the Thelonious Monk Fakebook, Hal Leonard Publishing. The Thelonious Monk Fakebook marks the first time all of Monk’s compositions have appeared in one volume, many of them appearing for the first time.



Areh Kobrinsky was Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba… Grew up in Fargo, North Dakota.

Since 2005, he has quickly established himself as a creative and versatile bassist on the New York jazz scene. Aryeh stands at the vanguard of a new generation of instrumental performers for whom the notion of genre is becoming increasingly ambiguous.

Having toured Europe, North Africa, Canada and the United States Aryeh has performed with a wide variety of artists including Tyshawn Sorey, Hal Crook, Andrew D’Angelo, Matt Wilson, Bob Moses and Dominique Eade.

Aryeh is a co-founder of Nowt Records, a not-for-profit cooperative independent label based in Brooklyn. Nowt released his debut album “A Hamster Speaks” in June, 2008. Aryeh can be seen performing regularly with projects/collaborations such as Hush Point; Dan Nettles Kenosha Kid; Pete Robbins Centric; Sara Serpa Quintet; Tony Falco’s Internal Combustion Engine; and of course with his own quintet, BRINSK.



Mark Ferber (b. 1975) grew up in Moraga, CA, and began playing piano at the age of four, before moving on to drumming and percussion. Mark attended the University of California in Los Angeles, earning a B.A. in Geography. He has distinguished himself on both coasts and abroad in live performances and recordings.

In Los Angeles, a partial list of credits includes Anthony Wilson’s Organ Trio and Nonet, Billy Child’s Chamber Ensemble, Wadada Leo Smith, and Bob Sheppard.

In New York he has worked with Lee Konitz, Don Byron, Fred Hersch, Norah Jones, Steve Swallow, Jack Wilkins, and his twin brother, Alan Ferber, among others. He is currently touring and recording with Ralph Alessi’s group, ‘This Against That’, and Jonathan Kreisberg’s Trio and Quintet.

In addition to being an active freelance drummer, Mark teaches in the United States and Europe. He was a faculty member for the Tavira Jazz Workshop in Portugal, the Kansas University Jazz Workshop and the Maine Jazz Camp.

He currently serves as an adjunct teacher for the City College of New York and the School of Improvisational Music (SIM) in New York.


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