Sat, Jul 30|
Owen Frankel Trio
The Owen Frankel Trio, each recent graduates of Oberlin Conservatory, will focus on improvised and creative music.
Time & Location
Jul 30, 2022, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Merrimans' Playhouse, 401 E Colfax Ave, Suite 135, South Bend, IN 46617, USA
About the Event
TICKETS are $10 General/$5 Student. Concert end time is only an estimate.
Concerts and events made possible, in part, with support from the Wells Philanthropic Services provided by grants from the John, Anna, and Martha Jane Fields Memorial Trust Foundation and the Florence V. Carroll Charitable Trust, The Esther and George Jaruga Charitable Foundation, the Community Foundation of St. Joseph County's ArtsEverywhere initiative, and the Arts Project Support Grant and Arts Recovery Grant through the Indiana Arts Commission. The Student and Home Grown Series concerts made possible, in part, with support from the ArtsEverywhere Grant from the Community Foundation of St. Joseph County, and the Arts Project Support Grant and the Arts Recovery Grant through the Indiana Arts Commission.
Our Student Jazz Series presents The Owen Frankel Trio. Each member of this group are recent graduates of Oberlin Conservatory, and will focus on improvised and creative music.
Owen Frankel - bass
Gabe Heinemann - alto saxohone
Jeremy McCabe - drums
Owen Frankel is a bassist and composer originally from the Chicago area. Owen studied Jazz Bass at Oberlin Conservatory under Gerald Cannon and Peter Dominguez. Focusing on improvised and creative music Owen writes and performs compositions for instrumental groups, as well as more vocally oriented ensembles. Owen will be moving to Chicago this fall and looks forward to his future in composing and performing genre bending pieces in many different musical environments.
Gabe Heinemann is a saxophonist and composer from Madison, Wisconsin. A recent graduate of Oberlin Conservatory, Heinemann studied primarily Gary Bartz, Dan Wall, Paul Samuels, Chris Coles, and Billy Hart. Heinemann also performed in the Oberlin Jazz Ensemble as well as within a wide array of small student ensembles and recitals. Inspired by Bartz, Heinemann seeks to frame his composition and improvisation around the production of creative melodies. Gabe looks forward to moving to Chicago in August, where he will continue to perform while also pursuing a master’s in public policy.
Jeremy McCabe is a recent graduate of Oberlin Conservatory, where he studied Jazz Percussion under Billy Hart, Jamey Haddad, and Paul Samuels. Jeremy also honed his skills as a songwriter during his time at Oberlin and is in the process of writing his debut album. He has shared the stage with a variety of talent, including Cleveland jazz stalwart Ernie Krivda and internationally touring artists Chantae Cann and Vladimir Cetkar. He is influenced by a wide range of musical styles from rock and pop to jazz and experimental music and strives to seamlessly combine these with each new artistic project.
General Advanced or Door
Student Discount - College students please have ID.