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Mark Turner Quartet at Constellation

Where

Constellation
3111 N Western Ave
Chicago, IL
773-296-6024

When

Tue, September 23, 2014
7:00 pm

Add to Calendar 2014-09-23 7:00 pm 2014-09-23 Mark Turner Quartet at Constellation Mark Turner is one of the most admired saxophonists of his generation, renowned for his exploratory intellect and intimate expressivity on the full range of the tenor. Lathe of Heaven his ECM leader debut, following albums for the label in the cooperative trio Fly with Larry Grenadier and Jeff Ballard, and appearances on key recordings by Billy Hart, Enrico Rava and Stefano Bollani. Turner leads a quartet of kindred spirits here, often entwining in serpentine fashion with rising-star trumpeter Avishai Cohen. They play long, introspective lines of hypnotic grace; and with the lithe rhythm section of bassist Joe Martin and drummer Marcus Gilmore, there is subtle volatility in the air. Constellation, 3111 N Western Ave false MM/DD/YYYY

Tickets

$15

Musicians

Mark Turner

Mark Turner
sax, tenor

Joe Martin

Joe Martin
bass, acoustic

About

Mark Turner is one of the most admired saxophonists of his generation, renowned for his exploratory intellect and intimate expressivity on the full range of the tenor. Lathe of Heaven his ECM leader debut, following albums for the label in the cooperative trio Fly with Larry Grenadier and Jeff Ballard, and appearances on key recordings by Billy Hart, Enrico Rava and Stefano Bollani. Turner leads a quartet of kindred spirits here, often entwining in serpentine fashion with rising-star trumpeter Avishai Cohen. They play long, introspective lines of hypnotic grace; and with the lithe rhythm section of bassist Joe Martin and drummer Marcus Gilmore, there is subtle volatility in the air.

ECM records uploaded this event on August 6, 2014

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