Date: Nov 30th, 2012 · Tags: Jazz CD Reviews

Trumpeter Erik Jekabson likes to stroll through San Francisco’s DeYoung Museum and imagine what the visual works there would sound like. In league with his Sting-tet ensemble, he explores the textures and colors, the harmonies and melodies of these artworks, translating them into sounds on Anti-Mass. Teaming with violin, viola, saxophone, bass and drum, and with the occasional addition of vibes, he paints a vibrant variety of sounds that stretch from chamber jazz to third stream, from avant-garde to The Big Easy…

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Erik Jekabson: Anti-Mass