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Andrew Cyrille Quartet

Andrew Cyrille Quartet

Dates Jan 17, 2020, 7:30 PM

Street Address McCullough Theatre (View Map)
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Full Price: $40
Senior Price: $25
Subscriber Price: $25+
UT Faculty/Staff Price: $20
Military Price: $12
Student Price: $10

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Andrew Cyrille Quartet

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Andrew Cyrille Quartet
Andrew Cyrille, drums
Bill Frisell, guitar
David Virelles, keyboards
Ben Street, bass

Presented in partnership with KUTX’s Sunday Morning Jazz with Jay Trachtenberg

Renowned avant-garde jazz drummer Andrew Cyrille, whose associations have ranged from a long, vintage collaboration with pianist Cecil Taylor to performing with legendary musicians including Rahshan Roland Kirk and Freddie Hubbard, brings his quartet to the McCullough Theatre stage. Members of this all-star quartet include guitar luminary Bill Frisell, one of the most sought-after guitar voices in contemporary music; keyboardist Richard Teitelbaum, known for bringing the first Moog Synthesizer to Europe as well as being a founding member of the seminal electronic music group Musica Elettronica Viva; and highly in-demand bassist Ben Street.

A tireless workhorse in the avant-garde, Mr. Cyrille deserves substantial credit for helping to unlock a freer pulse and purpose in the music, slipping away from a metronomic framework while preserving a rigorous attention to form.

The New York Times

Fun Facts:

  • Cyrille began studying science at St. John's University, but switched his studies to The Juilliard School. His first professional engagement was as an accompanist of singer Nellie Lutcher.
  • Guitarist Bill Frisell was also a longtime member of Paul Motian's groups from the early 1980s until Motian's death in 2011.
  • Keyboardist Richard Teitelbaum won a Fulbright Scholarship to study in Italy in 1964 with Goffredo Petrassi, then in 1965 with Luigi Nono.
  • Bassist Ben Street is a native of Maine and is the son of saxophonist and saxophone mouthpiece maker Bill Street.
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