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Caffè Vivace Coffee House, Jazz Lounge
975 East McMillan Street, Cincinnati 45206
Joining Rusty will be Dan Karlsberg on organ and Melvin Broach on drums.
Rusty Burge joined the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music faculty in 1992 as a member of Percussion Group Cincinnati, with whom he has performed extensively throughout North America, Europe and Asia. Recent performances include the Japan World Drum Festival, Chinese International Music Festival, Taipei International Percussion Convention, the Ravinia Festival, Merkin Hall in New York City and the International Percussion Convention. He has recorded with the Group for the Mode, Centaur, Einstein and Ars Moderno labels. The Group has also made concerto appearances with more than twenty different symphony orchestras. He was formerly principal percussionist with the West Virginia Symphony and plays extra with the Cincinnati Symphony. He received his undergraduate degree from the Eastman School of Music and a masters degree from CCM.
Professor Burge teaches percussion, jazz vibraphone and directs the CCM Steel band. He is an active jazz vibraphonist who has recorded for Summit, J Curve Records, Human Records and Telarc. Recent jazz performances with Ted Nash, Rich Perry, Peter Erskine, Dave Liebman, Rufus Reid, Steve Allee, Steve Houghton, Roland Vazquez, Michael Spiro and Jim Rupp. Recent performances at the 2016 PASIC Convention, the 2016 Midwest Clinic and the 2017 JEN Convention with the BAHA Quartet (Burge, Allee, Houghton and Allen.) His latest recordings are Faraway (with Steve Allee) and Driftin' with Steve Houghton, Steve Allee and Jeremy Allen.Brian Cashwell maintains an active and varied performing and teaching schedule throughout Ohio and the Midwest. Equally at home in jazz and classical idioms, he directs the Jazz Ensemble at Wright State University, where he has also taught jazz history, jazz improvisation, class piano, jazz piano and world music courses. He has also collaborated in concerts WSU Women’s Chorale, Collegiate Chorale, and various student and faculty recitals. He is also a faculty member of the Miami Valley Jazz Camp, and maintains a private piano teaching studio. He currently holds the piano chair in the Classic Jazz Stompers and Bright Moments Quintet, and his own trio, with drummer John Taylor and Chris Berg, remains in demand, performing frequently for both public and private events. He has contributed to a number of recordings and his playing has been broadcast nationwide on National Public Radio.
$10 drink minimum charged per person in party if the total for beverages purchased by the party does not meet the minimum.
Important Notice: If you do not check-in by the start of the show, your reserved seat will not be held.