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Merrimans' Playhouse

Zachary Hann Trio

Recognized for its expressive, folkloric sound and rigorous commitment to spontaneity. Influenced by the legendary sax-bass-drums trios led by Sonny Rollins, Lee Konitz and others, they are fearlessly carving their own place in the jazz tradition.

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Zachary Hann Trio
Zachary Hann Trio

Time & Location

Apr 06, 2024, 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM

Merrimans' Playhouse, 401 E Colfax Ave, Suite 135, South Bend, IN 46617, USA

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About the Event

TICKETS are $10 General/$5 Student. Concert is one long set. End time is approximate.

The Zack Hann Trio is a Brooklyn-based ensemble composed of Zack Hann on alto saxophone, Solomon Gottfried on bass, and Jacob Patrone on drums. The trio is recognized for its expressive, folkloric sound and rigorous commitment to spontaneity. Influenced by the legendary sax-bass-drums trios led by Sonny Rollins, Lee Konitz and others, they are fearlessly carving their own place in the jazz tradition. After gaining recognition in Brooklyn's vibrant jazz scene, they are on tour for the first time.

Zack Hann – alto saxophone

Solomon Gottfried – bass

Jacob Patrone - drums

https://www.zacharyhann.com/

https://www.instagram.com/zacharyhann1/

https://www.instagram.com/solomongottfried/?img_index=1

https://youtu.be/-c7S8y3K0o8

https://youtu.be/oSrVFZaK_WE

https://youtu.be/1FJiorhvARY

Zack Hann is a multi-instrumentalist and composer based in Brooklyn, New York. His skill as both a clarinetist and saxophonist and deep musical curiosity have contributed to his career as a sought-after performer of modern instrumental and electronic music. He leads a trio of alto saxophone, bass, and drums that holds a weekly residency at Sunrise/Sunset in Brooklyn. His own compositions involve electronics, especially modular synthesizer, alongside acoustic instruments and found sounds. His work explores the connections between technology and improvisation. He has collaborated with many important names in new music, including Nadia Sirota, Kalia Vandever, Kirk Knuffke, H K Gruber, and Kenneth Fuchs.

Solomon Gottfried is a bassist, composer, and improviser residing in Brooklyn, New York, where he plays as a side person and band leader in addition to curating shows/events that provide new habitats for live music to be experienced in. He is a graduate of both the Interlochen Arts Academy and Manhattan School of Music Precollege and is an alumnus of the Vail Jazz Workshop and NPR’s “From the Top” while holding a degree from The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music. Since moving to New York in 2015 Solomon has performed with musicians such as Hal Galper, Yotam Silberstien, Adam O’ffarill, Kalia Vandever, David Amrahan and has performed in venues throughout NYC and Europe such as The Jazz Gallery, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Bimhuis, Ornithology, Cafe Bohemia, and Bar Bayeux.

Jacob Patrone is a New York City based drummer and educator from northern Connecticut. Since coming to New York in 2016 and through study at The New School in Greenwich Village, he has had the privilege to study and share the stage with artists such as Hal Galper, Buster Williams, and William Parker. He is currently playing with various projects, leading a new quintet, and teaching across all 5 boroughs of New York City.

Concerts and events made possible, in part, with support from the Wells Fargo Philanthropic Services Private Trust Foundations, which include grants from the Stanley A. and Flora P. Clark Memorial Community Trust Foundation (2020-2021; 2022-2023 seasons), the John, Anna, and Martha Jane Fields Memorial Trust Foundation (2021-2022; 2022-2023 seasons), and the Florence V. Carroll Charitable Trust (2021-2022; 2022-2023; 2023-2024 seasons). Special concert event support provided by the Arts Midwest Grow, Invest, Gather (GIG) Fund grant (2022-2023 season). Activities are made possible in part by the Arts Organization Support (AOS), Indiana Arts Commission, a state agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency (2023-2024 season).

Concerts and events made possible, in part, with support from The Esther and George Jaruga Charitable Foundation (2020-2023 seasons). 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.

Tickets

  • General

    $10 Advanced or Door

    $10.00
    Sale ended
  • Student

    $5 Student/Discount

    $5.00
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Total

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