All Originals Jazz Series
Davu Seru's No Territory Band + Quo Vadis
All Originals Jazz Series presents Davu Seru's No Territory Band featuring Tyler Cessor, tenor sax; Cole Pulice, baritone sax; and Levi Schwartzberg, vibraphone. Plus an opening set by Quo Vadis at 7 p.m. featuring Gary Schulte, violin and viola; Greg Byers, cello and upright bass; and Steve Kimmel piano, mallets and percussion.
All Originals is a jazz concert series at Studio Z featuring select outstanding local jazz ensembles playing their original jazz compositions.
Minneapolis native Davu Seru (b. 1978) is known internationally as a free jazz drummer but performs regularly in jazz, rock and avant-garde improvised music. His style is perhaps most striking for its attending to sound, silence and melodic line as much it does rhythmic pattern—and as a skilled ensemble player he is known for his “big ears.” In the past fifteen years Davu has performed and recorded with musicians such as Milo Fine, Andrew Lafkas, Jaron Childs, Charles Gillett, Elliot Fine, Anthony Cox, Dean Granros, Douglas R. Ewart, Dean Magraw, Stefan Kac, James Buckley, Nicole Mitchell, and the band Take Acre. Beside any number of spontaneous ad-hoc groupings, he currently works in a trio with French clarinetist Catherine Delaunay and French bassist Guillaume Seguron, the bands Click Song (with Marc Anderson and pick-up band), KCOB Trio (with Casey O’Brien and Nathan Hanson), Merciless Ghost (with George Cartwright and Josh Granowski), and is co-leader with Mankwe Ndosi of The Mother of Masks, an improvising ensemble of poets, storytellers, activists and musicians.
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