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2015 July 11 Saturday time 21.00
James Carter Organ Trio 11/07/2015 21.00

James Carter Organ Trio

James Carter sax
Alex White batteria
Gerard Gibbs organo

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An artist long intrigued by contrasts and hybrids, saxophonist James Carter resists comfortable categorization. Born in 1969 and raised in Detroit, he grew up surrounded by music, soaking up everything from funk and fusion to rock, soul, and various strains of acoustic jazz. It was the late trumpeter Lester Bowie who first brought Carter to New York, inviting him to perform with his New York Organ Combo.

The Bowie connection led to Carter’s debut recording, 1993’s JC on the Set, a quartet tour de force that announced the arrival of a superlative new talent equally expressive on alto, tenor, and baritone sax (though he’s added several other horns over the years, most importantly soprano sax). Carter quickly won a reputation for being able to play jazz in just about any style while maintaining an originality and a flare all his own. His versatility him chances to collaborate with a wide range of artists, including Julius Hemphill, Kathleen Battle, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Cyrus Chesnut, and Wynton Marsalis.

In recent years, Carter has also reinvented the organ combo, featuring the lithe and muscular keyboard work of Detroit’s rising B3 star Gerard Gibbs and the propulsive drum support of veteran Motor City trap master Leonard King Jr.


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