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Patricia Barber Quartet


Tuesday, February 5, 2013 8:00PM
General Admission

Patricia Barber Quartet
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Performed in Old Cabell Hall, on Grounds at U.Va.

The Charlottesville Jazz Society and the McIntire Department of Music present the Patricia Barber Quartet. Patricia will be celebrating the release of Smash, her 2013 debut on the Concord Jazz label, with her new band members: John Kregor, guitar; Larry Kohut, bass; Jon Deitemyer, drums.

In 2011 Patricia Barber has just finished a new 'live' album of the Patricia Barber Quartet recorded ' by Chris Grabowski at the wildly popular Green Mill residency. Monday Night, vol2 is available through her website: patriciabarber.com She is also putting the finishing touches on other Floyd Records projects, one a DVD entitled Patricia Barber & Kenny Werner-- 'Live' in Concert. This chronicles a resplendent evening with Patricia and Kenny and two 9' Steinway pianos at the sold-out 1000 seat Pick-Staiger Auditorium--this DVD will be available in the spring. Patricia is also and mostly busy finishing a set of all original songs for an eagerly awaited album to be called, Synchronicity due out in the fall. These days you wil hear Patricia playing most often with her Quartet, the pbq, with Neal Alger on guitar, Larry Kohut on bass, and Eric Montzka on drums. This Quartet continues to develop new, innovative ways of presenting jazz and remains the crowd favorite. Patricia is also performing concerts with personnel stepping into the Quartet from Paris, NY, Fargo, Brazil and beyond. She is performing with classical musicians, solo, leading a variety of different enesembles and composing commission works for musicals, classical groups, singers, and jazz ensembles. This year's bookings have her all over the world, starting with the historic double-bill with Kenny Werner, followed by a residency at the Jazz Standard in NY and continuing the year in Macedonia, Turkey, San Francisco, South Africa, etc. and of course, France.