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Echoes of Harlem

by Founders

Founders' trumpeter Brandon Ridenour tributes Cootie Williams in this Duke Ellington classic.
Genre: Jazz: Chamber Jazz
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Founders is a performer/composer collective comprised of five conservatory trained musicians: Ben Russell - violin and vocals; Brandon Ridenour - trumpet and piano; Hamilton Berry - cello and vocals; Yoonah Kim - clarinet; and Sam Suggs - bass. Combining classical and folk music with original compositions and pop arrangements, Founders is reimagining the concert experience. As the New York Music Daily states, "Their excellent debut album, You & Who, is unlike anything else out there right now.”

Founders brings a fresh perspective to a modern-day classical ensemble. With a nod to the great composer/performers in the past, Founders sets the composer back on the concert stage with captivating virtuosity. In addition to being composers, each musician has worked with acclaimed songwriters such as James Taylor, Sufjan Stevens, Sting, and Björk, as well as with elite classical ensembles such as Canadian Brass, A Far Cry, and Mahler Chamber Orchestra. They have been featured on the stages of Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center, Walt Disney Hall, and Lincoln Center as well as on television broadcasts such as The Late Show, and SNL. With their unique musical vision, Founders is forging a new path for audiences around the world.

Artwork for Echoes of Harlem by Anna Russell



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