Matt Mitchell plays Tim Berne - FØRAGE

Coastal Jazz in association with the Western Front presents:

Matt Mitchell plays Tim Berne - FØRAGE

with James Meger & John Paton (solo), The Bright Moments Series

Wed · October 25, 2017

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

Western Front

Vancouver, BC

$25 (Includes all fees, service charges and taxes)

This event is all ages

Lobby, Will Call & Day of Show Ticket sales open at 7:00pm.

Unless otherwise stated, discounted tickets are available before the day of show only.

Theatre/Grand Luxe Hall is on the second floor, accessed by a full story of stairs with no elevator. Please call our box office for additional accessibility information. 

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Matt Mitchell plays Tim Berne - FØRAGE
Matt Mitchell plays Tim Berne - FØRAGE
"Pianist Matt Mitchell has made a solo piano recording (his first) of compositions by Tim Berne, his longtime leader in Snakeoil. It is in every sense a masterpiece."—Popmatters.com

The compositions of iconic saxophonist/bandleader Tim Berne have earned renown for their intensely kinetic, exceedingly intricate quality, as performed around the world by his various groups over the past four decades. With førage (Screwgun) listeners have a chance to experience Berne's music as never before, in versions for solo piano.

Virtuoso pianist Matt Mitchell (Dave Douglas, John Hollenbeck) has explored the full range of the composer's songbook. He devises mash-ups of multiple compositions, improvises new angles off the music, and often slows it down to reveal heretofore hidden beauties—limpid harmonies and ruminative melodies. "There is an incisive, unpretentious grandeur here," declares JazzTimes. "This is a creative love affair between Berne and Mitchell, inspiring idiosyncratic, genuinely collaborative music that feels heaven-sent."

With two short opening sets by solo musicians John Paton saxophone and James Meger bass.
Venue Information:
Western Front
303 8 AVE E
Vancouver, BC, V5T 1S2
http://front.bc.ca/