Rob Garcia 4 @ BOP STOP
When: Sep 15, 2021, 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Where: BOP STOP
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Rob Garcia 4 is a working group that has been, "among the vanguard of modern jazz" (The NYC Jazz Record) since 2009. Garcia has led them through performances at major venues and festivals around the world such as Smalls Jazz Club (NYC), The Kitano (NYC), Firehouse 12 (New Haven, CT), The Rex (Toronto), Ronnie Scott’s (London) Jamboree (Barcelona), The Toronto Jazz Festival, The Kingston Jazz Festival and the Ottawa International Jazz Festival. The group has released 5 critically acclaimed albums, 4 albums on Brooklyn Jazz Underground Records and 1 on Fresh Sound Records. Garcia continues to compose and arrange new material for the group keeping the energy fresh and inspired.
“A prime mover in the current Brooklyn jazz scene” (Time Out-New York) and "one of New York’s great jazz drummers and composers.” (Capital New York), Rob Garcia continues to be a strong presence in the New York and international jazz scene as a sideman and bandleader. He has collaborated with such stellar artists as Joe Lovano, Sheila Jordan, Dave Liebman, Wynton Marsalis, Diana Krall, Myra Melford, Joseph Jarman, Kris Davis, Anat Cohen, Vince Giordano, Reggie Workman and Wycliffe Gordon. He has played on over 70 albums including Grammy winners.
ROB GARCIA 4:
- Noah Preminger - tenor saxophone
- Leo Genovese - piano
- Kim Cass - bass
- Rob Garcia - drums
“…one of New York’s great jazz drummers and composers.” - Capital New York
“Thoughtful original music delivered with rare conviction.” - Jazz Times
“Garcia is a drummer of invention, grace and considerable fire.” - Downbeat
“…an elastic, adventurous statement from the drummer Rob Garcia." - New York Times
This performance/tour is made possible with the support of Jazz Road, a national initiative of South Arts, which is funded by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation with additional support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.