Georgia Tech School of Music Presents:GT Jazz Ensembles Spring Concert featuring Wycliffe Gordon Georgia Tech School of Music Presents:GT Jazz Ensembles Spring Concert featuring Wycliffe Gordon Thursday, April 21, 2022 7:30pm Ferst Center of the Arts Cameron "Chip" Crotts, Director of the Georgia Tech Jazz Program Mace Hibbard, Jazz Ensemble Coach Justin Varnes & Melvin Jones, Ensemble Clinicians Program Jazz Ensemble 175 Miss Fine Oliver Nelson Too Darn Hot Cole Porter/Ella Fitzgerald Transcribed by Matt Amy I Got Rhythm George Gershwin arr. by Wycliffe Gordon Blues Hymn Wycliffe Gordon Somebody New Wycliffe Gordon Jazz Ensemble 163 Bob-Omb Battlefield Koji Kondo arranged/orchestrated by Charlie Rosen Honeysuckle Rose Andy Razaf/Fats Waller for Ella Fitzgerald & Count Basie Orchestra Dippermouth Blues Joe King Oliver/Louis Armstrong arr. Wycliffe Gordon Swing That Music H. Gerlach/Louis Armstrong arr. Wycliffe Gordon We're Still Here/He's Alright Wycliffe Gordon Jazz Ensemble 175 Members Saxophone Malick Abban Computer Science Houston, TX Nicole Woo Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Buffalo Grove, IL Spencer Kessler Math and Computer Science St. Louis, MO Nathan Jackson Neuroscience/Pre-Med Atlanta, GA Turner Stevens Economics Savannah, GA Maxton Flanter Chemical Engineering Suwanee, GA Shayne Drof Computational Media Mechanicsville, MD Jha’Deya Rhymes Computer Science Vidalia, GA Harmon Austin Computer Science Marietta, GA Barry Walker Computer Engineering Fair Lawn, NJ Trumpet Christopher Fitzpatrick Computer Engineering Roswell, GA Conor Lenahan Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Morristown, NJ Fiona Hou Music Technology Nanjing, China Jordan Glass Civil Engineering Acworth, GA Malachi Locke-Primus Computational Media Yemassee, SC Jackson Fuller Engineering Atlanta, GA Kaylee Lukasek Biomedical Engineering Mendon, MA Xiao Lin Computer Science Shanghai, China Trombone Jimmy Kemerait Physics Tifton, GA Cooper Martin Industrial Engineering Macon, GA Chris McDonnell Mechanical Engineering Greenwich, CT Michael Krausz Chemical Engineering St. Louis, MO Piano Sahil Parekh Architecture and Music Technology Duluth, GA Guitar Philip Juras Industrial Engineering Arlington, VA Bass Lawrence McCourt Biomedical Engineering Long Island, NY Tanner Iley Computer Science Athens, GA Drums Naveen Ram Computer Science Atlanta, GA John Gordy Music Technology Hartwell, GA Paolo Francisco Materials Science and Engineering Warner Robins, GA Vocals Erin Kistenberg Biology Chamblee, GA On mobile devices, scroll to the left to view full table contents. Jazz Ensemble 163 Members Saxophones Tristan Terry Electrical Engineering Savannah, GA Tyrell Snagg Biomedical Engineering Conyers, GA Clara Bailey Civil Engineering Chicago, IL Victor Bienko Mechanical Engineering Glenview, IL Joseph Deloach Chemical Engineering Douglas, GA Trumpets Matt Harris Biology Carrollton, GA Arianna Mastali Computer Engineering Celebration, FL Steven Aceto Masters in City & Regional Planning Dacula, GA Aaron Hunt Chemical Engineering Savannah, GA Scott Washburn Mathematics Georgetown, TX Trombones Alec Albrecht Aerospace Engineering Urbandale, IA Jordan John Mechanical Engineering Buford, GA Jeremy Chen Electrical Engineering Dayton, NJ Joshua Cohen Civil Engineering Lake City, FL Sam Missner Music Technology Roswell, GA Piano Zach Shah Biomedical Engineering San Jose, CA Gautham Gorti Physics Madison, AL Bass Joshua Stephens Chemical Engineering Thomasville, GA Malik Compton Biomedical Engineering Conyers, GA Drums Josh Baffour Mechanical Engineering Snellville, GA Kevin Sadi Computer Science Cumming, GA Vocals Alex Soong Computer Science Bellevue, WA On mobile devices, scroll to the left to view full table contents. Wycliffe Gordon Renowned Musician, Composer, Conductor, Arranger Veteran member of the Wynton Marsalis Septet, 1989-1995 Original member of Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, 1995-2000 Featured guest artist on Billy Taylor’s “Jazz at the Kennedy Center” Series Arrangement of the theme song to NPR’s “All Things Considered” is heard daily across the globe “Jazz a la Carte” was named one of the five best moments in jazz by the Wall Street Journal Performance experience includes work with David Sanborn, Wynton Marsalis, Paul Simon, Natalie Merchant, Rene Marie, Dianne Reeves, Anat Cohen, Ricky Skaggs, Arturo Sandoval, Doc Severinsen, Dizzy Gillespie, Lionel Hampton, Tommy Flanagan, Shirley Horn, Joe Henderson, Eric Reed, Randy Sandke and Branford Marsalis, to name a few Compositions performed by the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, Wycliffe Gordon and Friends, the Brass Band of Battle Creek and numerous other ensembles, and performed in programs throughout the U.S. and abroad Wycliffe Gordon is a Yamaha Performing Artist and has his own line of Wycliffe Gordon Pro Signature Mouthpieces by Pickett Brass Dedicated & Inspirational Educator Presents master classes, clinics, workshops, children’s concerts and lectures to students from elementary schools to universities all over the world Director of Jazz Studies, Augusta University, Present Jazz Artist Resident, Ravenscroft Jazz Residency, Arizona State University, Tempe AZ, 2019- Present Artist-In-Residence at Augusta University, 2014-2018 Artist-In-Residence in Jazz Studies, Peabody Conservatory, 2018-2019 Artist-In-Residence in Jazz Studies, Temple University, Philadelphia PA, 2018 Artist-In-Residence, James Morrison Academy, Mt. Gambier Australia, 2016, 2017 2014, 2016 Residencies–Columbia College Chicago, LALPC Chicago, Prince Claus Conservatoire, The Netherlands Professor of Jazz Arts at Manhattan School of Music, 2009-2015 Professor of Jazz Studies, The Juilliard School, 2002-2008 Associate Professor, Michigan State University 2000-2002 and Artist in Residence 2002- 2003 “Sing It First” Wycliffe’s unique approach to technique book compiled by Alan Raph released August 2011 First method book “Basic Training, Exercises and Suggested Studies by Wycliffe Gordon,” for future release Published a collection of trombone quartets, trios and duos entitled “Trombone Majesty” Upcoming Concerts All School of Music concerts are free and open to the public! April 22, 2022 Laptop Orchestra and Project Studio Concert Georgia Tech Laptop Orchestra and Project Studio Class April 23, 2022 Pitch-A-Piece Georgia Tech Chamber Choir Georgia Tech School of Music Through interdisciplinary degree programs, outstanding performance ensembles, and innovative research endeavors, the Georgia Tech School of Music cultivates a rich legacy of musical traditions and develops cutting-edge technologies to help define music's future. The School serves students in bachelors, masters, and doctoral programs in music technology and offers innovative performance opportunities, courses, and cultural and artistic experiences for students throughout the Institute.