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TrioMed and the Kolker

February 11 | Set Times: 9:30 pm - 10:30 pm

| Doors: 9:00 pm
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Dayeon Seok
Dayeon Seok is a New York based Korean drummer who is widely opened to all kind of music style from jazz to avant-garde. Seok came to US in 2008, achieved a Bachelor’s degree at Berklee College of music and Master’s degree at New York University in 2014. Seok is now playing with numerous great musicians including Matt Pavolka, Kenny Wessel, Adam Kolker, Russ Lossing and so on.

Eunhye Oh
Eunhye Oh is a Korean-born jazz pianist, composer and an arranger. In 2011, Eunhye was selected one of Rising Jazz Stars by Jazz People, Magazine in Korea, and also she performed numerous national and international festivals including Jarasum Jazz Festival. She got her Bachelor’s degree at Kyung-Hee University, her Master’s at Manhattan School of Music and now she lives in NYC as an active jazz pianist.

Adam Kolker
Adam Kolker (saxophones, clarinets, flutes) is a multi-talented performer, composer and arranger.He performed and recorded with latin-jazz artist Ray Barretto from 1994 through 2002 (with whom he received two Grammy nominations). He also has appeared and/or appears regularly in New York City with such groups as the Village Vanguard Orchestra, the Maria Schneider Big Band, Bruce Barth, Freddie Hubbard and the Jazz Composers Octet, Judi Silvano, the Gil Evans Orchestra, Bobby Prevites Horse, Dominique Eade, the Jazz Composer’s Collective, Mario Pavonne, David Berkman, Kenny Wheelers Large Ensemble, Lucia Pulido, Michael Weiss, Alan Ferber’s Nonet and many others. He has recorded with Bruce Barth, Peter Herborn, The Story, Ben Sher, Allan Chase, Bobby Previte, Gunther Schuller, et al. Change Of Time — a trio comprised of Kolker, Russ Lossing and John Hebert , and performing music based on Bela Bartoks Mikrokosmos — just released their first CD, Change Of Time, on OmniTone Records. It also received critical acclaim, including 4 1/2 stars in Downbeat Magazine. Adam is also a professor at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.