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Human freedom, compassion, musical statements

azz is one of the most vital and ever-changing musics in the world. Jazz music has continually evolved since its birth nearly one hundred ago. The music has always had the ability to cut across both national boundaries and musical genres, revealing the unity among seemingly different cultures. There is a powerful relationship between tradition --  the continuity of culture -- and the creative freedom of innovation through the spirit of improvisation. I am proud to play a part in this true world music.

- Chris Bakriges

Highlights of the 2015-2016 Season, includes:

Just Us, featuring vibraphonist Jay Hoggard, bassist Avery Sharpe, and drummer Billy Arnold:

Artistree Community Arts Center, W. Pomfret, VT

Historic Memorial Hall, Wilmington, VT

Holyoke Community College, Hoyoke, MA

The Matisse Jazz Project, featuring violinist Stanley Chepaitis:

Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, MA

Our Lady of the Elms College, Chicopee, MA

Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT

Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA

Webster Groves UCC, Webster Groves, MO

The White House, Timucua Arts Foundation, Orlando, FL


PlayingForChange 2015 med

Playing for Change: A Concert for Hope

Artists come together from three states and use the lens of jazz to present an engrossing original sonic odyssey inspired by the world's musical heritage and their ongoing effort to understand, appreciate, and preserve it.

Friday, October 9th from 7-9 at the Artis Tree Music Community Arts Center & Gallery.

More information and Ticket Sales here!


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Next Performance

White Jacket Ceremony
on December 16, 2015 at 06.30pm
at Elms College
takes place in
21 days 8 hours

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