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Seen on the Scene

Jared Hall

Seen on the Scene

Price: € 19.95
Format: CD
Label: Origin Records
UPC: 0805558282829
Catnr: ORIGIN 82828
Release date: 15 October 2021
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Label
Origin Records
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0805558282829
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ORIGIN 82828
Release date
15 October 2021
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Seattle trumpeter Jared Hall presents his second recording as a leader and debut on Origin Records - an exciting program featuring original compositions and classics by Tadd Dameron. Along with alto saxophonist Vincent Herring and his Seattle-based rhythm section of pianist John Hansen, bassist Michael Glynn, and drummer Matt Jorgensen, Hall explores a variety of moods and themes. "Thinker" is full of jovial curiosity in honor of the birth of his son, "Seen on the Scene" is urgent & urban, and Francis Lai's "Theme from Love Story" is rich with romantic poignancy. On Dameron's compositions, Jorgensen's drums propel Vincent Herring's soaring solo on "Mating Call," while Hall pairs with pianist John Hansen for an intimate reading of "If You Could See Me Now." Since moving to Seattle in 2015 after receiving his DMA from Miami's Frost School of Music, Hall has been a dynamic addition to the scene while expanding his international reach through education and performances.
Der Trompeter Jared Hall aus Seattle präsentiert seine zweite Aufnahme als Leader und sein Debüt bei Origin Records - ein spannendes Programm mit Eigenkompositionen und Klassikern von Tadd Dameron. Zusammen mit dem Altsaxophonisten Vincent Herring und seiner in Seattle ansässigen Rhythmusgruppe, bestehend aus dem Pianisten John Hansen, dem Bassisten Michael Glynn und dem Schlagzeuger Matt Jorgensen, erkundet Hall eine Vielzahl von Stimmungen und Themen. "Thinker" ist voller heiterer Neugier zu Ehren der Geburt seines Sohnes, "Seen on the Scene" ist dringlich und urban, und Francis Lais "Theme from Love Story" ist reich an romantischer Ergriffenheit. Bei Damerons Kompositionen treibt Jorgensens Schlagzeug Vincent Herrings hochfliegendes Solo bei "Mating Call" an, während Hall sich mit dem Pianisten John Hansen für eine intime Lesung von "If You Could See Me Now" zusammenschließt. Seit seinem Umzug nach Seattle im Jahr 2015, nachdem er seinen DMA von der Frost School of Music in Miami erhalten hatte, ist Hall eine dynamische Bereicherung der Szene, während er seine internationale Reichweite durch Ausbildung und Auftritte erweitert.

Artist(s)

Jared Hall (trumpet)

Trumpeter, educator and composer Jared Hall hails from Spokane, Washington. He studied at Whitworth University, the Indiana University Jacobs School Of Music and the University Of Miami's Frost School Of Music, where he received the degree Doctor of Musical Arts in 2015. His teachers include Terence Blanchard, Michael Spiro, Joey Tartell, Pat Harbison, Dan Keberle, Whit Sidener, David Baker and Brian Lynch, under which he pursued his doctoral studies. Hall is the winner of the 2013 National Trumpet Competition - Jazz Division, and has performed and recorded with Paquito D'Rivera, Bob Hurst, John Daversa, Arturo Sandoval, Maria Schneider, Vincent Herring, Peter Erskine, Dave Liebman, Alan Pasqua, Brian Lynch, Ira Sullivan, Jeff 'Tain' Watts, Terence Blanchard, Rick Margitza, Wycliffe Gordon, David...
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Trumpeter, educator and composer Jared Hall hails from Spokane, Washington. He studied at Whitworth University, the Indiana University Jacobs School Of Music and the University Of Miami's Frost School Of Music, where he received the degree Doctor of Musical Arts in 2015. His teachers include Terence Blanchard, Michael Spiro, Joey Tartell, Pat Harbison, Dan Keberle, Whit Sidener, David Baker and Brian Lynch, under which he pursued his doctoral studies. Hall is the winner of the 2013 National Trumpet Competition - Jazz Division, and has performed and recorded with Paquito D'Rivera, Bob Hurst, John Daversa, Arturo Sandoval, Maria Schneider, Vincent Herring, Peter Erskine, Dave Liebman, Alan Pasqua, Brian Lynch, Ira Sullivan, Jeff "Tain" Watts, Terence Blanchard, Rick Margitza, Wycliffe Gordon, David Binney, George Benson, Gloria Estefan, Fred Hersch, Shelly Berg, the South Florida Jazz Orchestra, the Frost Concert Jazz Band and the Henry Mancini Jazz Septet directed by Terence Blanchard, among many others. Hall's recording credits include his album Hallways (Hollistic MusicWorks, 2017), Cheap Thrills: The Music of Rick Margitza (Summit, 2020), North By Freaking Northwest (Skymuse, 2019), Jazz & The Philharmonic CD/DVD (OKeh, 2014), With Love (Jeremy Fox, 2014), Inspiration: A Tribute to Nat King Cole (George Benson, 2013), The Main Squeeze (2012), and others. Active in theater productions, Hall has played trumpet in West Side Story, Ragtime, The Producers, The Pajama Game, Shrek the Musical, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Little Women, Catch Me If You Can, Damn Yankees, The Drowsy Chaperone, Hair, In The Heights, Les Misérables and Annie. Based in Seattle since 2015, Hall has performed with the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra, Symphony Tacoma, the 5th Avenue Theatre and many of the regions outstanding ensembles. His quintet performed regularly at Tula's Jazz Club, the 2018 Gene Harris Jazz Festival and the 2019 Puget Sound Jazz Combo Festival. As a clinician and educator, Hall has served Bellevue College, Whitworth University, Eastern Washington University, Boise State University, Columbia Basin College, Seattle JazzED, Seattle Academy of Arts & Sciences and Western Washington University, in addition to many local high school programs and jazz festivals. He has presented lectures at the National Association of Music Educators (NAfME) Northwest Division Conference 2019 and the Jazz Education Network (JEN) Conference 2017. The Piano Grip System: An Approach to Learning Jazz Harmony, a book co-published by Hall and Whit Sidener in June 2020, has been welcomed as an essential guide to learning jazz harmony and theory for non-pianists. He has served on the faculty at Northwest University, Pacific Lutheran University, and the Jazz Night School.

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Jared Hall (trumpet)

Trumpeter, educator and composer Jared Hall hails from Spokane, Washington. He studied at Whitworth University, the Indiana University Jacobs School Of Music and the University Of Miami's Frost School Of Music, where he received the degree Doctor of Musical Arts in 2015. His teachers include Terence Blanchard, Michael Spiro, Joey Tartell, Pat Harbison, Dan Keberle, Whit Sidener, David Baker and Brian Lynch, under which he pursued his doctoral studies. Hall is the winner of the 2013 National Trumpet Competition - Jazz Division, and has performed and recorded with Paquito D'Rivera, Bob Hurst, John Daversa, Arturo Sandoval, Maria Schneider, Vincent Herring, Peter Erskine, Dave Liebman, Alan Pasqua, Brian Lynch, Ira Sullivan, Jeff 'Tain' Watts, Terence Blanchard, Rick Margitza, Wycliffe Gordon, David...
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Trumpeter, educator and composer Jared Hall hails from Spokane, Washington. He studied at Whitworth University, the Indiana University Jacobs School Of Music and the University Of Miami's Frost School Of Music, where he received the degree Doctor of Musical Arts in 2015. His teachers include Terence Blanchard, Michael Spiro, Joey Tartell, Pat Harbison, Dan Keberle, Whit Sidener, David Baker and Brian Lynch, under which he pursued his doctoral studies. Hall is the winner of the 2013 National Trumpet Competition - Jazz Division, and has performed and recorded with Paquito D'Rivera, Bob Hurst, John Daversa, Arturo Sandoval, Maria Schneider, Vincent Herring, Peter Erskine, Dave Liebman, Alan Pasqua, Brian Lynch, Ira Sullivan, Jeff "Tain" Watts, Terence Blanchard, Rick Margitza, Wycliffe Gordon, David Binney, George Benson, Gloria Estefan, Fred Hersch, Shelly Berg, the South Florida Jazz Orchestra, the Frost Concert Jazz Band and the Henry Mancini Jazz Septet directed by Terence Blanchard, among many others. Hall's recording credits include his album Hallways (Hollistic MusicWorks, 2017), Cheap Thrills: The Music of Rick Margitza (Summit, 2020), North By Freaking Northwest (Skymuse, 2019), Jazz & The Philharmonic CD/DVD (OKeh, 2014), With Love (Jeremy Fox, 2014), Inspiration: A Tribute to Nat King Cole (George Benson, 2013), The Main Squeeze (2012), and others. Active in theater productions, Hall has played trumpet in West Side Story, Ragtime, The Producers, The Pajama Game, Shrek the Musical, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Little Women, Catch Me If You Can, Damn Yankees, The Drowsy Chaperone, Hair, In The Heights, Les Misérables and Annie. Based in Seattle since 2015, Hall has performed with the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra, Symphony Tacoma, the 5th Avenue Theatre and many of the regions outstanding ensembles. His quintet performed regularly at Tula's Jazz Club, the 2018 Gene Harris Jazz Festival and the 2019 Puget Sound Jazz Combo Festival. As a clinician and educator, Hall has served Bellevue College, Whitworth University, Eastern Washington University, Boise State University, Columbia Basin College, Seattle JazzED, Seattle Academy of Arts & Sciences and Western Washington University, in addition to many local high school programs and jazz festivals. He has presented lectures at the National Association of Music Educators (NAfME) Northwest Division Conference 2019 and the Jazz Education Network (JEN) Conference 2017. The Piano Grip System: An Approach to Learning Jazz Harmony, a book co-published by Hall and Whit Sidener in June 2020, has been welcomed as an essential guide to learning jazz harmony and theory for non-pianists. He has served on the faculty at Northwest University, Pacific Lutheran University, and the Jazz Night School.

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