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Anthony Joseph/Zane Rodulfo Caribbean Roots Project

November 9 | Set Times: 9:30PM

Cover: $$20 | Doors: 9:30PM
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Anthony Joseph – Spoken Word
Zane Rodulfo – Drums
Theo Hill – Piano
Marvin Dolly – Guitar
Andre White – Steel Pans
Jovan Alexander – Tenor Sax
Kali Rodriquez-Piña – Trumpet
Marcos Varela – Bass

Born and raised in Trinidad and Tobago, Zane Rodulfo has been intrigued by the sound of music since an infant. He began studying and performing music at the early age of 4 and recently completed graduate study in Jazz Studies at New York University and holds Bachelor of Music degrees in both Jazz Performance and Ethnomusicology from the Oberlin Conservatory Of Music. Zane has opened for great musicians such as Stevie Wonder and performs at various festivals and venues where he has shared the stage with award-winning musicians such as Nicholas Payton, Brian Lynch, the legendary Barry Harris, Wess Anderson and many others. He has performed at illustrious venues such as Jazz at Lincoln Center and the Blue Note.

Anthony Joseph is a poet, novelist, musician and lecturer described as ‘the leader of the black avant-garde in Britain’. He is the author of four poetry collections, a novel and six critically acclaimed albums. In 2005 he was selected by the Arts Council of England and Renaissance One as one of 50 Black and Asian writers who have made major contributions to contemporary British literature. He has received an Arts Council of England touring award, and an AHRC postgraduate scholarship. As a musician he has collaborated with Archie Shepp, Jerry Dammers, Joseph Bowie, Keziah Jones and Meshell Ndgeocello who produced his 2014 album, Time. His most recent album, Caribbean Roots, was released in June 2016 on Strut/Heavenly Sweetness and represents an uncompromising return to his Trinidadian roots for Joseph, who has always remained true to a powerful, deep-seated sense of his own Caribbean identity. Starting out as a project with percussionist Roger Raspail, the album swiftly grew into a major work incorporating the rhythms, sounds and vibes that rock the Caribbean from San Fernando, Kingston and Les Abymes to Port-au-Prince and Havana.



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