Jazz Concert Series
Buffet Crampon
Thursday March 12


No Cover

Cocktail to follow
Buffet Crampon NYC Showroom

153 West 36th St, 4th Floor

Join us for this unique and free concert in the beautiful showroom of French instrument manufacturer Buffet Crampon in the heart of Manhattan.

Enjoy the music and meet the artists during the cocktail!

Award-winning pianist, composer, and band-leader, Joshua Richman received his BA from William Paterson University in 2008. In 2010, he completed his master’s degree studying jazz piano performance at The Juilliard School. Joshua has studied jazz with piano legends such as Mulgrew Miller and Kenny Barron, and classical piano with Gary Kirkpatrick. He is a two-time winner of the ASCAP Foundation Young Jazz Composer Award. Along with leading the Josh Richman Quintet, Joshua has been fortunate to have performed with distinguished artists such as Wynton Marsalis, Terell Stafford, Chris Potter, Randy Brecker, Benny Golson, Joel Frahm, Steve Wilson. Joshua also was the pianist for Anthony Rapp and Stephen Sondheim at the “Sondheim on Sondheim-In Words and Music” event at William Paterson University.
Although based primarily out of New York City, he regularly performs both nationally and internationally. Joshua is currently a faculty member at Temple University, where he teaches classes, private lessons, ensembles, and conducts master classes.
A unique concert in the heart of Manhattan
French saxophonist Alex Terrier is an internationally acclaimed musician and a Buffet Crampon Official Artist. He is a member of the Mingus Big Band and has worked with musicians such as Kenny Barron, George Garzone, Tommy Campbell, Peter Slavov.

"Alex Terrier’s sound on saxophone – be it soprano, alto or tenor – is one to sear and move the soul" Jazz Inside NY

"Impressive" Dave Liebman
"A very gifted saxophonist" Joe Lovano

For more info: alexterriermusic.com
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