Portland Conservatory of Music
Dimensions in Jazz
Phillip Greenlief, tenor saxophone
Angelica Sanchez, piano
Tom Rainey, drums
Conifer: a tree that bears cones and needle-like or scale-like leaves that are typically evergreen. Conifers are of major importance as the source of softwood, and also supply resins and turpentine.
The trio’s music is as diverse as a western forest: it can be sharp, as in pointed, direct, protective of the species. The lifeblood of the music is something essential, like a resin that can act as a connective tissue – the three musicians exchanging the elements of music – rhythm, harmony, melody, texture – invisibly, magically, the group knows no one way of making, it is constantly reimagining itself, using improvisation as a way of exploring the possible.
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Friday, December 15, 2023 7:30PM
This newly renovated space at 28 Neal St in Portland’s idyllic West End features a stage constructed out of the pews originally housed in the former church’s space at PCM. The performance space now seats approximately 150.
28 Neal Street
Portland, ME, 04102
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