Alumni Performance Calendar

Welcome to the Alumni Performance Calendar. Here you can find out what your fellow Alumni are up to and plan to see them in action!  Listings in Red are those outside of the United States.

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NEW YORK: Songs of Refuge and Resistance
Featuring the Westerlies, including Riley Mulherkar, (BM '14, MM '15, jazz studies) and Andy Clausen (BM' 14, jazz studies).

Sunday, August 25, 2019 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Songs of Refuge and Resistance is a collaboration between singer/composer Theo Bleckmann and brass quartet The Westerlies. These border-crossing artists have deep roots in both jazz and contemporary music alike, and created and commissioned a whole new body of work for voice and brass. These songs highlight music’s integral role and power in protest movements and in providing internal solace amidst external turmoil.

A new sonic landscape is explored in this unique pairing of voice and brass, amplifying timeless voices of truth both past and present including Bertolt Brecht, Joni Mitchell, James Baldwin, Mitsuye Yamada, Woody Guthrie, Emma Gonzalez, and others. Bleckmann adds angelic choirs and dark murky textures through occasional live vocal looping, expanding The Westerlies' warm and refined, almost string-like sound. There is an inherent sense of power, solace and beauty in these songs; the message is resistance, but the music is irresistible.

Location: Joe's Pub, 425 Lafayette St, New York, NY
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Fees: $15 in advance, $20 at the door
Calendar: Domestic (US events only)
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August 2019

Ryan Keberle (AD ’03, jazz studies) and his group Catharsis released their fifth album, The Hope I Hold, in June, which features lyrics drawn from Langston Hughes’ 1935 poem, “Let America Be America Again.” The group features saxophonist/multi-instrumentalist Scott Robinson, drummer Eric Doob, bassist Jorge Roeder, and guitarist/vocalist Camila Meza, and Keberle on trombone, vocals, and keyboards. “Despite the Dream” is the album’s second track.


Check out alumni videos from previous months by clicking "next" on the playlist above, or view our complete playlist on YouTube! To submit your video for consideration to be the next Alumni Video of the Month, please email us at alumni@juilliard.edu.