The modern composer, bandleader, and trumpeter Invoice Warfield is about to hit the stage with The Hell’s Kitchen Funk Orchestra on the Keystone Korner, positioned at 1350 Lancaster St in Baltimore, MD on Sunday, March twenty eighth, 2021 at 6:30PM.
The critically acclaimed ensemble will current choices from their boundary-defying album “Smile,” which was launched final June. Tickets are $10 and may be reserved here. This efficiency will comply with CDC really useful safety-protocols, and shall be live-streamed here. The live performance shall be out there for 72 hours following the preliminary efficiency.
The Hell’s Kitchen Funk Orchestra is a collective of New York Metropolis Jazz and Studio musicians who intention to provide a model of music that transcends categorization. Warfield and the HKFO achieved simply that on their newest launch “Smile”, which launched worldwide vital acclaim, together with an Editor’s Decide designation from Downbeat.com.
Warfield, on trumpet and flugelhorn shall be joined by vocalist Jane Stuart, trumpeter John Eckert, alto/soprano saxophonist Lou Marini, tenor saxophonist and flutist Dave Riekenberg, baritone sax and flutist Matt Hong, guitarist Matt Certkoff, bassist Steve Count, drummer Scott Neumann, and Cecilia Coleman on keyboard.
Warfield and the HKFO embrace the various backgrounds and experiences of their members by sound. Viewers of this upcoming present can anticipate a high-powered efficiency that blends funk, modern jazz, hard-bop, and Latin jazz. For extra info and ticket inquiries, please go to here.
Trumpeter and composer Invoice Warfield was born in Baltimore, Maryland on March 2nd, 1952. Invoice is a graduate of the Manhattan Faculty of Music the place he received the Maynard Ferguson Scholarship, the William H. Borden award for excellent achievement in Jazz/Industrial Music and the Carmine Caruso Award for excellent trumpet efficiency.
Warfield moved to NYC in 1979 and shortly established himself as a inventive pressure on the NY Jazz scene. He has carried out with a various vary of artists, resembling Ornette Coleman, Mel Torme, Sheila Jordan, David Liebman, Jon Faddis, Buddy DeFranco, Don Braden, Randy Brecker, and Sonny Stitt. As a bandleader he has recorded “New York Metropolis Jazz” on Interaction Information (1990), “The Metropolis By no means Sleeps” on Seabreeze Information (1994), “Nomad” with Dave Stryker for Steeplechase Information (1995), Gene Ludwig and the Invoice Warfield Large Band for Allegra (2008), “Le Jazz Sizzling” with Dave Liebman (2010), “A Window That Reveals Me the Moon” (2012), “Trumpet Story” with Randy Brecker (2014), “Mercy, Mercy, Mercy” with the Hell’s Kitchen Funk Orchestra on BluJazz (2016), “For Lew” on the Planet Arts Community (2018), and most not too long ago, “Smile” on the Planet Arts Community (2020).
Warfield is listed within the Biographical Encyclopedia of Jazz by Ira Gitler and Leonard Feather and within the Biographical Jazz listings by Lewis Porter. Invoice is presently a Professor of Music at Lehigh College, the place he directs the jazz research program.