Most widely known for helming the Claudia Quintet and John Hollenbeck Huge Ensemble, in addition to his sideman efforts to the task of numerous various other performers, John Hollenbeck shows himself to become an intuitive and far-reaching drummer, percussionist, composer, and group head. Delivered in Binghamton, NY and a citizen of NEW YORK, Hollenbeck researched with trombonist/pianist/bandleader Bob Brookmeyer and was an associate of Brookmeyer’s New Artwork Orchestra before getting from the downtown Manhattan music picture. Like other performers who surfaced from that community of music artists, his perspective can be without limitations; Hollenbeck attracts from contemporary innovative and avant-garde jazz, but his music also details on components of contemporary structure, including post-minimalism. The lengthy set of people Hollenbeck performed and documented with in the ’90s and in to the brand-new millennium underscores his flexibility and broad-mindedness; that list runs from regular collaborator vocalist Theo Bleckmann to efficiency musician Meredith Monk, pianist Fred Hersch, trumpeter Cuong Vu, trombonist Curtis Hasselbring, keyboardist Gary Versace, clarinetist David Krakauer’s Klezmer Madness!, and an organization led by trumpeter Frank London (a founding person in the Klezmatics). After showing up being a sideman on different jazz and avant recordings, Hollenbeck begun to create a catalog of his very own in 2001 when he released three albums on Blueshift/CRI: No Pictures, The Claudia Quintet, and Quartet Lucy. The Claudia Quintet, primarily having a lineup of Hollenbeck became a member of by Chris Acceleration on tenor sax and clarinet, Matt Moran on vibes, Ted Reichman on accordion, and Drew Gress on acoustic bass, would end up being his most longstanding functioning band of the brand new millennium. Following the arrival from the group’s eponymous Blueshift/CRI debut, the Claudia Quintet was agreed upon with the Cuneiform label, which released the band’s I, Claudia (2004); Semi-Formal (2005); For (2007); Royal Toast (2010), offering special visitor Versace on piano; WHAT’S the stunning? (2011), using the quintet supplemented by pianist Matt Mitchell and offering poetry of Kenneth Patchen sung by vocalists Theo Bleckmann and Kurt Elling; and Sept (2013), where Red Wierenga changed Reichman on accordion as well as the bass responsibilities were divide between Gress and Chris Tordini. The brand new millennium also noticed Hollenbeck getting wide reputation for his use contemporary innovative and experimental big rings, including his very own John Hollenbeck Huge Outfit, which released A Blessing on Omnitone in 2005 and Eternal Interlude on Sunnyside in ’09 2009, both which received Grammy nominations for Greatest Huge Ensemble Jazz Record. He also caused a set of Western european clothes: Jazz Bigband Graz, with which he documented Joys & Wishes, released by Intuition in 2005; as well as the Frankfurt Radio Bigband, which commissioned his Tracks I Like a whole lot project, heard for the 2013 Sunnyside record of the same name, accompanied by 2015’s Tracks We Such as a Great deal (also on Sunnyside), which found its way to 2015. Hollenbeck’s Grammy reputation also contains a 2010 nomination (Greatest Instrumental Structure) for “Falling Males,” which made an appearance on that year’s Bee Jazz label launch Shut Up and Dance, an recording of his compositions documented by France’s Orchestre Country wide de Jazz beneath the creative path of Daniel Yvinec, along with a 2013 nomination (Greatest Instrumental Arrangement Associated Vocalist[s]) for “The Moon’s a Harsh Mistress” from Tunes I LOVE a Great deal.
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