San Francisco’s jazz improv master Lease Romus began using music young. He started in the piano at age five, nonetheless it wasn’t until senior high school that Romus started seeking jazz, and finished up learning the musical type more thoroughly on the Stanford Jazz Workshop at Stanford School, during which period he discovered from such experts as Stan Getz, guitarist Bruce Forman, Dizzy Gillespie, Mel Martin, and Eddie Moore. When Romus was 16, he aimed a 17-piece big music group known as the North Region Youth Jazz Outfit (NAYJE), and from the knowledge, realized he previously a knack for arranging huge musical ensembles. In the past due ’80s, Romus went to the School of California at Santa Cruz, and produced the acoustic jazz sextet Jazz at risk (issuing such acclaimed produces as Jazz at risk With Chico Freeman and In as soon as). The group ultimately transformed its name to 2AM. By 1993, Romus acquired produced an alterna-jazz clothing alongside drummer Adam Zitro and previous Sunlight Ra Arkestra cellist Kash Killion, dubbed the Lords of Outland. The trio released YOU MAY NEVER Be exactly the same in 1995, and was also spotlighted in the Wager national network display Jazz Central within the Jazz Breakthrough program. Exactly the same yr, Romus coordinated his first tour in European countries as he come up with some displays in Denmark that presented the very best of Copenhagen’s youthful improv players, including pianist/trumpet participant Jonas Müller. A yr later, Romus came back to Denmark and performed displays alongside Müller (the tour was entitled the Lease Romus Audio Cirkus). Also in 1996, Romus guested on French bluesman Paris Smith’s 1st U.S. launch, Bleedin’ Center. In 1997, Romus documented with renowned tenor sax participant John Tchicai (who’s most widely known for his use both John Coltrane and Albert Ayler) — leading to the recording Adapt…or Pass away! Romus’ latest task includes the music group Blood Movements which features youthful Danish protégés Stefan Pasborg and bassist Jonas Westergaard. Alongside music, Romus offers organized and created multimedia events offering dance, theater, books, and painting.