Dave Rivello Ensemble | Facing the Mirror

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Facing the Mirror

by Dave Rivello Ensemble

Modern and original large ensemble - jazz orchestra
Genre: Jazz: Progressive Big Band
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1. One By One By One
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2. Of Time And Time Past
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3. Stealing Space
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4. Dancing In Circles
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5. Sometime
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6. Beyond The Fall
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7. The Path Of Innocence
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8. Chorale
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The Dave Rivello Ensemble was formed in 1993 by composer/conductor Dave Rivello as a vehicle for his original work. This Upstate New York based 12-piece ensemble includes a standard jazz rhythm section (piano, bass, drums) three reed players and six brass (including flugelhorn and tuba). The scope of Rivello’s music encompasses the jazz tradition and modern classical music, creating a unique blend of improvised and notated music. Rivello’s compositions have been referred to as ‘dreaming in color’. In addition to having held a weekly gig for more than five years, they have performed at Saint Peter’s church in New York City, the Rochester International Jazz Festival, performed with Bob Brookmeyer, held a week long residency at Proctor’s Theater in Schenectady New York, performed at Cornell University, Alfred University, the Monroe Community College Jazz Festival, the Coudersport Fine Arts Festival, perform an annual concert in Kilbourn Hall at the Eastman School of Music, have appeared several times on the Bop Shop record store’s concert series, and WGMC’s ‘Meet The Artist’ series. The ensemble includes some of the best musicians in Rochester, NY and is continuing to be more in demand for festivals and clinics.

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