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Summer Season

Fort Worden State Park Port Townsend, WA


Port Townsend July 26-28

John Clayton Artistic Director

Wycliffe Gordon

Complimentary Program Guide




Hello Jazz Lovers! Welcome to our festival of jazz sounds. I continue to liken what we do to an amazing buffet. We’ve got a wide variety of jazz flavors for you to enjoy, and can promise you that we use only the highest quality John Clayton ingredients. You’re going to hear a combination of the newest names in the jazz community as well as some of the established heroes of our music. You’ll experience premieres of works written especially for you, and you’ll meet jazz artists who have never been to our cozy paradise. As you can tell, I am thrilled about our offerings for you and I am so excited that you could join us. Your fan, John Clayton Artistic Director, Jazz Port Townsend


FRID McC $38/$ Intro with Eric R drum

Daryl Davis, Artistic Director August 3-4


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LOS LOBOS August 12, 7:30 pm Multi-Grammy winners bring their exhilarating blend of rock and roll, country, R&B, and blues to the McCurdy Pavilion. Los Lobos

ORDER TICKETS FOR THE 2012 SUMMER SEASON AT CENTRUM On the web at On the phone at 1.800.746.1982

CONCERTS FOR KIDS Adults $5/Kids Free Tickets available at the door only (ages 3 and up) Fort Worden Chapel—11 AM Friday, August 3 Lightnin’ Wells

Lightnin’ Wells Centrum thanks the Congdon-Hanson Family for their Support of Youth Programs

In-Person: CENTRUM 223 Battery Way, Port Townsend, WA 98368 Monday-Friday, Noon to 4 pm except performance days when box office closes at 2 pm (Tickets also available at venue box office one hour prior to show) For hearing impaired, vision, or mobility issues, please call Centrum at 360.385.3102, ext. 110 for assistance. A $1 per ticket processing fee is added to in-person orders, and $3 per ticket processing fee is added to phone and web orders. Children under 18 admitted free (except Los Lobos), but all tickets must be reserved. Please no Babes-in Arms or strollers for indoor performances. Programs and artists subject to change.

CENTRUM WORKSHOPS Applications are still being accepted for Dance This and the Acoustic Blues Festival. For more information, or to register for a workshop, please call Centrum at 800.733.3608, or 360.385.3102, or visit

FREE FRIDAYS AT THE FORT The lunchtime concert series, on the lawn of the Nora Porter Commons. All events take place from noon to 1 PM, and are open to the public at no cost. July 20: Simon Lynge July 27: Centrum Participant Big Band directed by Clarence Acox August 3: John Miller “Country Blues” / Ahmad Baabahar & Gary Lilley “Blues and Word”

VISITOR SERVICES The Port Townsend Visitor Information Center, located at the Park & Ride lot (440 12th Street, Port Townsend, WA) can help visitors with directions, accommodations, and other important information. You may also visit the Port Townsend tourism website at or call 360.385.2722, or 888.ENJOYPT (888.365.6978).

VENUE INFORMATION McCURDY PAVILION—a 1,200-seat fully enclosed

JOSEPH F. WHEELER THEATER—a 280-seat indoor

LITTLEFIELD GREEN—abuts McCurdy Pavilion at Fort

Worden State Park. Gates open for picnicking for Pavilion and Littlefield Green performances one hour prior to show time. Beer and wine are available for purchase at Centrum’s beer garden.


Free parking in lots and on-street parking is available for all venues.



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theater at Fort Worden State Park with excellent acoustics. Ideal for chamber music, readings, and smaller presentations.

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seasonal theater at Fort Worden State Park with excellent sightlines. For matinee performances, lawn seating may be available on Littlefield Green; these tickets may be available one hour prior to performance and have limited sight visibility.

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Wednesday, July 18, 2012


Jazz Port Townsend John Clayton, Artistic Director

FRIDAY, JULY 27 McCURDY PAVILION, 7:30 PM $38/$29/$19* Introducing the Eric Reed Trio with special guest Walter Smith III Eric Reed, piano; Mike Gurrola, bass; Kevin Kanner, drums; Walter Smith III, tenor saxophone intermission Dynamic Duos: “A Tribute to JJ & Kai” featuring Wycliffe Gordon & Jiggs Whigham, trombones “Six String Masters” featuring Bruce Forman & Graham Dechter, guitars “Drummage” featuring Jeff Hamilton & Matt Wilson, drums with Tamir Hendelman, piano; Chuck Deardorf, bass; Rodney Green, drums SATURDAY, JULY 28 McCURDY PAVILION, 1:30 PM $47/$34/$22* Bennie Green Trio with special guest Gary Smulyan Benny Green, piano; Ben Wolfe bass; Rodney Green, drums; Gary Smulyan, baritone saxophone Introducing Dena DeRose Dena DeRose, piano and vocal; Martin Wind, bass; Matt Wilson, drums intermission The Shadow of Your Smile: The Music of Johnny Mandel Centrum Faculty All-Star Big Band Johnny Mandel, Director; Mark Taylor, alto sax I; Tracy Knoop, alto sax II; Pete Christlieb, tenor sax I; Travis Ranney, tenor sax II; Bill Ramsay, baritone sax; Brad Allison, Terell Stafford, Jay Thomas, Thomas Marriott, trumpets; Jiggs Whigham, Dan Marcus, David Marriott, Jr., Greg Schroeder (bass) trombones; Bruce Forman, guitar; Tamir Hendelman, piano; Martin Wind, bass; Sherrie Maricle, drums SATURDAY, JULY 28 McCURDY PAVILION, 7:30 PM $38/$29/$19* Mary Stallings with the Eric Reed Trio Mary Stallings, vocal; Eric Reed, piano; Mike Gurrola, bass; Kevin Kanner, drums intermission Graham Dechter Quartet & Guests Graham Dechter, guitar; Tamir Hendelman, piano; John Clayton, bass; Jeff Hamilton, drums with guests Jeff Clayton, alto saxophone; Walter Smith III, tenor saxophone; Gary Smulyan, baritone saxophone; Terell Stafford, trumpet; Jiggs Whigham, trombone Major support for Jazz Port Townsend is provided by James and Nelly Tretter.

Tickets 800.746.1982

Biographies (alphabetical order) JOHN CLAYTON, ARTISTIC DIRECTOR In his eighth year as Artistic Director of Jazz Port Townsend, Grammy-winning bassist/composer/conductor John Clayton has written and arranged music for Diana Krall, DeeDee Bridgewater, Natalie Cole, Milt Jackson, Nancy Wilson, McCoy Tyner, Quincy Jones, George Benson, Dr. John, Regina Carter and many others. John’s serious study of the double bass began at age 16 when he studied with famed bassist Ray Brown. In 1975 he completed his studies at Indiana University, graduating with a bachelor of music in double bass. Touring with Monty Alexander and the Count Basie Orchestra followed. After serving as co-Principal Bassist with the Amsterdam Philharmonic, he returned to Los Angeles and co-founded the Grammy-nominated Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra, which is co-led by John, his brother, saxophonist Jeff Clayton, and drummer Jeff Hamilton. Also, John and his brother Jeff co-lead the Clayton Brothers Quintet, who have been nominated for two Grammy awards. John is a passionate jazz educator who shares his artistry and wisdom at workshops and music clinics around the world. CLARENCE ACOX – DRUMS Clarence Acox Jr., an instrumental figure in the Seattle music scene, has nurtured young musicians for the past 35 years as director of jazz bands at Garfield High School. He leads the renowned Garfield Jazz Ensemble, winning dozens of awards and making regular appearances at national and international venues. Clarence co-founded the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra in 1995 and performed with the Floyd Standifer Quartet at the New Orleans Creole Restaurant for more than two decades. (Photo by Jim Levitt) GEORGE CABLES – PIANO

George Cables is a significant figure in the jazz scenes of Los Angeles, where he first resided, and San Francisco, where he also lived. Collaborations and recordings include tenor saxophonists Joe Henderson and Sonny Rollins, trumpeters Freddie Hubbard and Woody Shaw, and vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson. He recently came through Seattle with The Cookers, an all-star septet which includes Eddie Henderson, Cecil McBee and Billy Hart, who just released a new recording – Cast The First Stone.

JEFF CLAYTON - ALTO SAXOPHONE Reed specialist Jeff Clayton is a versatile performer, bandleader, and studio musician whose diverse recording credits include work with Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Frank Sinatra, Madonna, and Earth, Wind, and Fire. Together with his brother John, he founded the Grammy-nominated Clayton Brothers in 1977, and later co-founded the ClaytonHamilton Jazz orchestra – named by readers of Downbeat as the top big band in jazz. (Photo by Jim Levitt) DAWN CLEMENT—PIANO

Pianist/Composer and vocalist Dawn Clement hails from Seattle, Washington. A veteran of Jazz Port Townsend, Dawn is involved in several collaborations including the Jane Ira Bloom Quartet, Priester’s Cue with the legendary Julian Priester, the Seattle Pianist Collective, as well as her own trio. She is currently on the faculty of Cornish College of the Arts and maintains a rigorous performance schedule. CHUCK DEARDORF - BASS Chuck Deardorf has recorded and toured internationally with Bud Shank, Don Lanphere, George Cables, Kenny Barron, Winard Harper, and Larry Coryell. As the first call bassist in Seattle, Chuck has performed with Chet Baker, Zoot Sims, Art Farmer, Howard Roberts, Monty Alexander, Kenny Burrell, Marian McPartland, Mel Lewis, Pete Christlieb, Joe Williams, Kenny Werner, Carl Fontana, Joe LaBarbara, and Tal Farlow. He teaches at Cornish College of the Arts. (Photo by Tim Rounds) GRAHAM DECHTER – GUITAR Guitarist Graham Dechter began his study of music at the age of five when he started taking violin lessons and composing orchestral pieces. He discovered his passion for guitar and jazz at Idyllwild Arts Academy, the prestigious residential arts high school. At only 19 years old, Graham became the youngest member of the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra (CHJO). He has toured extensively in the United States and Europe with CHJO and has performed with some of the most respected names in jazz including Bill Charlap, Kurt Elling, and Jon Faddis.

* Processing fee applies; children under 18 free (seats must be reserved) Wednesday, July 18, 2012


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Jazz Port Townsend DENA DeROSE – PIANO/VOCAL Grammy-nominated pianist and vocalist Dena DeRose studied classical piano throughout her childhood, until she was enticed into the world of jazz by playing Count Basie’s music in her junior high stage band. Her impressive list of recording and performance credits includes work with Ray Brown, Clark Terry, Benny Golson, John Scofield, Jimmy Cobb, Rufus Reid, Mark Murphy, and many others. She is currently the Head of the Jazz Vocal Department at The University of Music and Dramatic Arts in Graz, Austria, and teaches at the Prince Claus Conservatory of Music in The Netherlands. BRUCE FORMAN - GUITAR Bruce Forman has recorded and performed with Bobby Hutcherson, Ray Brown, Freddie Hubbard, Joe Henderson, Barney Kessel, Roger Kellaway, Richie Cole, and countless others. In addition, his guitar work is featured throughout Clint Eastwood’s Academy Award winning film, Million Dollar Baby. Bruce has thirteen recordings as leader, including a self-produced issue entitled Dedication, Bootleg Vol. I, (re-released by BluJazz Records) a selection of compositions and arrangements that reveal his personal acknowledgement of many of the musicians and experiences that shaped his music (Photo by Jim Levitt) WYCLIFFE GORDON – TROMBONE Wycliffe Gordon is a sixtime recipient of the Jazz Journalists Association Award for Trombonist of the Year. In addition to a thriving solo career, he tours regularly leading the Wycliffe Gordon Quartet, headlining at legendary jazz venues throughout the world. He is a former member of the Wynton Marsalis Septet, The Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, and The Gully Low Jazz Band. A gifted composer and arranger, he also serves as a faculty member of the Jazz Studies Program at The Juilliard School. In 2011, Wycliffe released his fifteenth album, Hello Pops!, a tribute to Louis Armstrong. BENNY GREEN - PIANO

Born in New York in 1963, Benny Green grew up in Berkeley, California, and began classical piano studies at the age of seven. He moved to New York in the spring of 1982, and worked with Betty Carter between 1983 and 1987, the year he joined Art Blakey’s band. He remained a Jazz Messenger through late 1989, at which point he began working with Freddie Hubbard’s quintet. Now living back in Berkeley, Benny Green has 15 recordings as a leader to date including his newest Source which was released in 2011. (Photo by Jim Levitt)

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Centrum Summer Season 2012 RODNEY GREEN – DRUMS Drummer Rodney Green grew up surrounded by gospel music, and by age 17 was already touring internationally and doing an occasional gig in New York City. After moving to NYC, he got into the jazz scene and quickly developed a name for himself, and Rodney spent the next couple of years playing with the likes of Christian McBride, Eric Reed, and Greg Osby. With a recommendation from bassist Ben Wolfe, Rodney joined the band of vocalist Diana Krall at the age of 19. He has worked with a broad range of jazz musicians, including Terence Blanchard and Carmen Lundy. MIKE GURROLA – BASS

Mike Gurrola began playing violin at age 8 in school in La Crescenta, California. At age 15, he entered the jazz program at the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts (LACHSA) on double bass. As a junior, he was awarded a scholarship for six lessons with John Clayton. He was selected twice to perform in the Monterey Jazz Festival’s Next Generation Jazz Orchestra, performing at the North Sea Jazz Festival, the Kennedy Center and the Monterey Jazz Festival. Mike has performed professionally for the past 6 years in the Los Angeles area with many great artists including Graham Dechter, Kevin Kanner, Gerald Clayton, Eric Reed, Larry Goldings, Joe La Barbera, Walter Smith III, Bobby Watson, Marcus Belgrave, Barbara Morrison and Ricky Woodard.

RANDY HALBERSTADT – PIANO Randy Halberstadt has been a major figure on the Pacific Northwest jazz scene for many years. In addition to leading his own trio and producing his own recordings, he has performed with Herb Ellis, Buddy DeFranco, Nick Brignola, Terry Gibbs, Slide Hampton, Pete Christlieb, Bobby Shew, Joe LaBarbera, Lanny Morgan, John Stowell, David Friesen, Kim Richmond, Don Lanphere, Jiggs Whigham, Roswell Rudd, Jack Walrath, Gary Smulyan, Julian Priester, Mel Brown, and many others. In the Seattle area, Randy works regularly with drummer Clarence Acox, vibraphonist Susan Pascal, cornetist Jon Pugh, and his own trio. JON HAMAR – BASS

Bassist Jon Hamar is a staple in the Northwest music scene. In 2003 he released a “mostly” solo bass CD on Pony Boy Records featuring his own compositions. Jon has been active in the role of supporting bassist as a recording artist playing on multiple CDs with singer/songwriting artists including Wendy Huckins, Brian Finnell, Hans York, Eric Goetz and Bobby Krier. Of late, he has been performing with Jay Thomas, Ernestine Anderson, the Greg Williamson Quartet and the Axiom Quartet.


JEFF HAMILTON – DRUMS Jeff Hamilton is perhaps best known for his work with Ray Brown, Oscar Peterson, and Diana Krall as well as with the groups he headlines. He has played in jazz festivals and clubs worldwide. Early in his career, he played with the Tommy Dorsey ghost band, Lionel Hampton, Monty Alexander’s Trio, Woody Herman’s Orchestra, and the L.A. Four with whom he made six record albums. In the 1990s, Jeff played gigs with the The Clayton Brothers, toured the world with Oscar Peterson and the Ray Brown trio. Currently Jeff co-leads the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra with brothers John and Jeff Clayton in addition to leading his own trio. TAMIR HENDELMAN – PIANO Israeli-born, L.A.-based award-winning jazz pianist Tamir Hendelman has been a member of the Jeff Hamilton Trio and Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra since the early 2000s and has two recordings as a leader, Playground (2008) and his newest CD, Destinations (Resonance Records 2010), inspired by the journey of being a jazz musician. He has performed and/or recorded with artists as varied as James Moody, Roberta Gambarini, Teddy Edwards, Barbra Streisand, Graham Dechter, Natalie Cole and Harry Allen. GARY HOBBS – DRUMS


Gary Hobbs has played professionally for three decades and appears on more than 50 recordings. He played with the Stan Kenton Orchestra from 1975 to 1977, and through the years has performed with Randy Brecker, Bud Shank, David Freisen, Bobby Shew, the Woody Herman Orchestra, and Terry Gibbs.

Despite his young age, drummer Kevin Kanner has amassed a large summary of jazz credits including records with Paul Anka, Bill Holman (including his Grammy nominated 2006 recording, and his Grammy nominated 2007 recording), Bud Shank, Gilbert Castellanos, Melissa Morgan, Annie Sellick, and Gail Wynters.

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Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Centrum Summer Season 2012 JoHnnY manDeL – ComPoser Johnny Mandel studied at the Manhattan School of Music and the Juilliard School. A veteran performer, he played trombone in the orchestras of Boyd Raeburn, Jimmy Dorsey, Buddy Rich, Georgie Auld and Chubby Jackson. Additionally, he played and arranged music in the band of Elliott Lawrence, and with Count Basie. His compositions include “Not Really the Blues” for Woody Herman in 1949, “Hershey Bar” and “Pot Luck” for Stan Getz, “Straight Life” and “Low Life” for Count Basie as well as “Tommyhawk” for Chet Baker. Mandel’s most famous compositions include “Suicide Is Painless” (theme from the movie and TV series M*A*S*H), “Close Enough for Love,” “Emily,” and “A Time for Love” (nominated for an Academy Award). His composition, “The Shadow of Your Smile,” won the 1965 Academy Award for Best Song, and the Grammy Award for Song of the Year in 1966. Johnny has received five Grammy Awards, including Song of the Year for Tony Bennett’s performance of “The Shadow of Your Smile” and Best Original Score for The Sandpiper, Best Arrangement on an Instrumental Recording for Quincy Jones’ song “Velas,” Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocal(s) for Natalie Cole’s “Unforgettable,” and Shirley Horn’s “Here’s to Life.” In 2011 he was recognized as a Jazz Master by the National Endowment for the Arts. (Photo by Carol Friedman)


sHerrIe marICLe – Drums Sherrie Maricle began playing professionally with Slam Stewart while studying music at SUNY-Binghamton. She then moved to New York City and attended New York University where she completed a Master of Arts in Jazz Performance in 1986 and a Doctorate of Philosophy in Jazz Performance and Composition in 2000. In the 1990s, she performed with the New York Pops, Clark Terry, and Al Grey and began working with the group DIVA. Sherrie currently leads the DIVA Jazz Orchestra, the DIVA Jazz Trio, and the quintet Five Play. She teaches on the jazz faculty of the New York State Summer Music Festival, as well as running her own private drum and percussion studio. Sherrie is a Yamaha Artist.

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KeLBY macnaYr - Drums Victoria B.C.-based percussionist, composer, and band leader Kelby MacNayr performs jazz, classical, and new music, and has collaborated with many acclaimed artists including Anne Schaefer, pop group Elephant Island, N.Y. pianist Misha Piatigorsky, composer and pianist Marianne Trudel, Christine Jensen, Chuck Deardorf, Ian McDougall, Chet Doxas and many others. Kelby is currently the Artistic Director for the Art of the Trio Series, and is a member of the Marc Atkinson Quartet, the Marianne Trudel Quintet, and Misha Piatigorsky’s Canadian trio. (Photo by Jim Levitt) erIC reeD – PIano

After studying at Philadelphia’s Settlement Music School and Los Angeles’ Colburn School of Arts, pianist and composer Eric Reed began a vibrant professional career both in combos and as a leader. He has worked with such jazz luminaries as Wynton Marsalis, Jessye Norman, Quincy Jones, Patti Labelle, Irvin Mayfield, Benny Carter, and others. He has recorded more than 20 albums, three of which have charted on Billboard’s Top Jazz Albums chart. His latest recording is entitled The Dancing Monk.

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Jazz Port Townsend WALTER SMITH III – TENOR SAXOPHONE Graduating from Berklee in 2003 with a degree in Music Education, Walter Smith III’s debut recording as a leader was released in March of 2006 on the Fresh Sound New Talent label. His most recent album, “III,” was released in September of 2010 and was the #3 bestseller on iTunes in the U.S. for its first week. Aside from leading a quintet, Walter has been a member of several groups including the Terence Blanchard group, Eric Harland’s quintet, Ambrose Akinmusire’s band, Jason Moran’s Big Bandwagon, and the Christian McBride Situation Band. GARY SMULYAN - BARITONE SAXOPHONE Gary Smulyan joined Woody Herman’s Young Thundering Herd in 1978. In 1980, he became part of the Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra then under the direction of Bob Brookmeyer. Gary also found work with other important large ensembles including the Mingus Epitaph band, and the Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra. Gary is a four-time winner of the DownBeat Readers Poll, and a five-time Grammy award winner for his work with B.B. King, Joe Lovano, Dave Holland and the Vanguard Jazz Orchestra. TERELL STAFFORD - TRUMPET Terell Stafford picked up his first trumpet at the age of thirteen, and even though he was drawn to jazz, initially studied classical music. Since the mid-1990s Stafford has performed with groups such as Benny Golson’s Sextet, McCoy Tyner’s Sextet, the Kenny Barron Sextet, the Jimmy Heath Big Band and the Jon Faddis Orchestra. Currently he is a member of the Grammy award winning Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, as well as a member of the Grammy nominated Clayton Brothers Quintet, and the Frank Wess Quintet. Terell Stafford currently holds the positions of Director of Jazz Studies and Chair of Instrumental Studies at Temple University in Philadelphia. (Photo by Jimmy Ryan) MARY STALLINGS – VOCAL According to the New York Times, “perhaps the best jazz singer singing today is a woman almost everybody seems to have missed.” That woman is Mary Stallings, a Bay Area native who established a name for herself as one of the finest jazz singers of the 1960s, performing with such luminaries as Dizzy Gillespie, Cal Tjader, Billy Eckstine, and Count Basie. After taking a hiatus from her recording career in the 1970s to raise her daughter and work as a clothes designer, Mary stepped back into the national jazz spotlight in 1999.

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Centrum Summer Season 2012 JAY THOMAS – TRUMPET

JIGGS WHIGHAM - TROMBONE Jiggs Whigham first came to the attention of critics and fans at age 17 as featured soloist and first trombonist with the Glenn Miller Orchestra, directed by Ray McKinley. From 1995 to 2000 he was chief conductor and artistic director of the Berlin Radio Orchestra Big Band. He is currently a soloist and clinician worldwide, conductor of the BBC Big Band in Great Britain, and Visiting Professor at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London in addition to serving as Director of the Berlin Jazz Orchestra. Jiggs Whigham recently became Artistic Director of the BUJAZZO (German National Youth Jazz Orchestra), which performed at Jazz Port Townsend in 2011.

BYRON VANNOY – DRUMS Byron Vannoy has performed and recorded with many internationally known musicians such as Julian Priester, Herbie Hancock, Randy Brecker, Jovino Santos-Neto, Tom Scott, Wayne Horvitz, Ron Carter, Ernestine Anderson, Ishmael Wadada Leo Smith, Vinnie Golia, and Hadley Caliman. Recently emerging as a bandleader and composer, his debut recording Meridian received national recognition as well as the 2008 Golden Ear Award for “Recording of the Year.”


Jay Thomas is a versatile multi-instrumentalist, and can be heard on more than 60 recordings that run the gamut from hip-hop to acid-jazz, rock, Latin, and big band. Jay has appeared in concert with Mel Lewis, John Clayton and Jeff Hamilton, Maria Schneider, Bill Holman, Bob Florence and Frank Wess. He has played festivals at Wolf Trap with Red Rodney and Ira Sullivan, the Aspen Jazz Festival with Herb Ellis, Jake Hanna and Mel Ryne, and the duMaurier Jazz Festival with Chuck Israels Trio and with the Jay Thomas Quartet.

SACHAL VASANDANI – VOCAL Vocalist and composer, and arranger Sachal Vasandani first attracted attention when he was named DownBeat magazine’s Collegiate Jazz Vocalist of the Year in 1999. His debut recording, Eyes Wide Open, established Sachal as one of the most promising voices in modern jazz and led to tours and openings for artists such as jazz trumpeter Chris Botti and pop singer Joan Osborne. Sachal’s second album, 2009’s We Move, was chosen as a New York Times Critic’s Pick. LAURA WELLAND – BASS

Bassist Laura Welland has played with Jay Thomas, Hadley Caliman, Julian Priester, Dawn Clement and other Seattle jazz greats. She has studied under Chuck Deardorf, John Clayton and the late Ray Brown. Welland received her music degree from Cornish College of the Arts and was a “runner-up bass” player at the international Sisters in Jazz Competition. Her albums include, Love is Never out of Season (2004) and Dissertation on the State of Bliss (2005), both produced by her friend and mentor, John Clayton.


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Grammy nominee Matt Wilson is universally recognized as a gifted composer, bandleader, producer, and teaching artist. He leads the Matt Wilson Quartet, Arts and Crafts, Christmas Tree-O, and the Carl Sandburg Project. He has performed with many legends of music including Herbie Hancock, Bobby Hutcherson, Elvis Costello, Cedar Walton, Kenny Barron, John Zorn, Marshall Allen, Wynton Marsalis, Michael Brecker, Pat Metheny, Bill Frisell and Hank Jones. Matt has appeared on 250 CDs as a sideman and has released nine as a leader, as well as co-leading five additional releases. (Photo by Jim Levitt) MARTIN WIND - BASS

Bassist and composer Martin Wind was born in Flensburg, Germany, and moved to New York to study at New York University on a scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service. In addition to leading his own quartet, Martin has recorded and/ or performed with Monty Alexander, Pat Metheny, Clark Terry, Slide Hampton, Toots Thielemans, Buddy DeFranco, The Metropole Orchestra, Michael Brecker, Bud Shank, Bucky Pizzarelli, Mike Stern, Terell Stafford, John Scofield, Benny Green, and many others. (Photo by Olff Appold) BEN WOLFE – BASS

Early on in bassist/composer Ben Wolfe’s career, he formed a duo with Harry Connick Jr. and went on to record more than a dozen albums and soundtracks. He then joined the Wynton Marsalis Septet and remained until it disbanded. Ben also became an integral part of Diana Krall’s touring band and played on many of her recordings, including the Grammy Award winning CD, When I Look In Your Eyes. Ben Wolfe has recently released his new CD, No Strangers Here on MAXJAZZ. Ben is currently on the teaching faculty at The Juilliard School.

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Centrum Summer Season 2012 Jazz in the Clubs

$25 evening club pass

THURSDAY, JULY 26, 2012* | 8pm-11pm

FRIDAY continued

SATURDAY, JULY 28, 2012 | 10pm-1am

Northwest Maritime Center

Upstage Restaurant

Northwest Maritime Center

(all ages/free venue) Workshop participant combos

Set 1 George Cables, piano Terell Stafford, trumpet

(all ages/free venue) Workshop participant combos

Jeff Clayton, alto saxophone Terell Stafford, trumpet Wycliffe Gordon, trombone Benny Green, piano Ben Wolfe, bass Rodney Green, drums

Set 2 George Cables, piano John Clayton, bass Jeff Hamilton, drums

(all ages/free venue) Workshop vocalists with Sachal Vasandani, vocal; Dena DeRose, piano/vocal; Laura Welland, bass; Bryon Vannoy, drums

Castle Key Restaurant

Public House

Upstage Restaurant

Gary Smulyan, baritone saxophone Jay Thomas, trumpet & tenor saxophone Randy Halberstadt, piano Ben Wolfe, bass Sherrie Maricle, drums

The Public House

Tamir Hendelman, piano Martin Wind, bass Matt Wilson, drums

FRIDAY, JULY 27, 2012 | 10pm-1am

Key City Public Theatre

The Rose Theatre

Northwest Maritime Center

Upstage Restaurant

(all ages venue/Club Pass required) Sachal Vasandani, vocal Walter Smith III, tenor saxophone Eric Reed, piano Martin Wind, bass Gary Hobbs, drums

(all ages/free venue) Workshop participant combos

Key City Public Theatre (all ages/free venue) Workshop vocalists with faculty artists Mary Stallings, vocal; Dawn Clement, piano; Jon Hamar, bass; Kelby MacNayr, drums

George Cables, piano Chuck Deardorf, bass Matt Wilson, drums

Castle Key Restaurant Eric Reed, piano Ben Wolfe, bass Rodney Green, drums

The Undertown Graham Dechter, guitar Dena DeRose, piano/vocal Chuck Deardorf, bass Byron Vannoy, drums

The Public House Jeff Clayton, alto saxophone Bruce Forman, guitar Benny Green, piano Mike Gurrola, bass Rodney Green, drums

The Rose Theatre (all ages venue/Club Pass required)

Tamir Hendelman, piano Bruce Forman, guitar Mike Gurrola, bass Gary Hobbs, drums

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Jay Thomas, trumpet & tenor saxophone Gary Smulyan, baritone saxophone Jiggs Whigham, trombone Benny Green, piano Martin Wind, bass Kevin Kanner, drums

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The Undertown Randy Halberstadt, piano Jon Hamar, bass Kelby MacNayr, drums











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1. The Public House 1038 Water Street 2. The Upstage 923 Washington Street 3. NW Maritime Center 431 Water Street 4. Castle Key Restaurant in historic Manresa Castle







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5. The Rose Theatre 235 Taylor Street 6. The Undertown 211 Taylor Street 7. Key City Public Theatre 419 Washington Street 2012 CENTRUM SUMMER SEASON

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Jazz Port Townsend’s FREE “Friday Workshop Blow-out” Friday, July 27, 10:30 am to 4:45 pm

Centrum’s 5th annual Friday Workshop Blow-out at Jazz Port Townsend is your opportunity to experience one of the nation’s longest running and most respected jazz workshops and festivals from the inside!

instrument-specific master class, or take in a film saluting the groundbreaking progress of women in jazz. It’s the perfect way to enhance your understanding of this uniquely American art form and get the most out of the public performances. All without charge!

Enjoy a seminar on listening to jazz recordings, observe an

(Note: the following are workshops and clinics, not performances)

10:30am - 11:45am

2:00pm - 3:15pm

“Wow, It Is so much Fun to Play With You!”  Drummer Matt Wilson leads a fun gathering to play some songs and share ideas about how offering and receiving focus, awareness, compassion and gratitude can elevate the spirit of your fellow musicians. Get insight into how jazz musicians communicate non-verbally, and why they have so much fun doing it. Wheeler Theater. “saxophone summit” Jeff Clayton, Walter Smith III, Gary Smulyan and Jay Thomas. Master class and discussion. 204 #10. “understanding Jazz” Pianist Eric Reed provides the perfect introduction to jazz if you’re relatively new to the genre or you just want to add to your knowledge of the art form. Schoolhouse D.

“Playing With the WHoLe Band: Getting  Beyond rhythm section + Horns” Ben Wolfe talks about how a group of musicians becomes a cohesive musical ensemble. 204 #10. “trombone summit” Wycliffe Gordon, Jiggs Whigham, David Marriott Jr. and Dan Marcus. Master class and discussion. Schoolhouse D.

3:30pm - 4:45pm “the Hippest and Coolest Jazz records  eVer” Blue Note trumpet-saxophone quintet recordings of Hank Mobley, Lee Morgan, Jackie McLean, Horace Silver, Dexter Gordon, Freddie Hubbard, Joe Henderson, Wayne Shorter, Art Blakey and others. Led by Benny Green. 204 #10.

“singing Is something For everyone” Singer/ pianist Dena DeRose leads a workshop to help you learn more about yourself as a musician, your instrument, and the music! 204 #20. “a Conversation with Johnny mandel”  JPT Artistic Director John Clayton hosts a conversation with Academy Award-winning composer and NEA Jazz Master Johnny Mandel about his remarkable 70-year career in music. Wheeler Theater.

12 noon - 1:00pm  Jazz Port townsend Workshop Participant  Big Band Performance Outside on the Nora Porter Commons. (Food and beverage available for purchase.)

1:15pm - 3:15pm  “the Girls In the Band” Preview screening of the feature-length documentary film, which will be included in this year’s Port Townsend Film Festival, September 21 and 22. The film highlights many of the outstanding and often under-recognized women in jazz throughout its history. Followed by a discussion led by faculty artist and drummer Sherrie Maricle, who appears in the film. Wheeler Theater.

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Volunteers Betty Abersold Don Allen Kay Allen Jacqueline Andriesian Lynne Bennett Larry Berger Sharon Black Molly Brooks Donald Clark Mark Clark Helen Cleveland Robert Cleveland Eva Coffin Nelson Cone Sharon Cone Shannon Davis Julie Duke Kate Dwyer Barbara Dyer Fred Esson Patricia Farmer Tim Flumerfelt Diane Forsmark Jane Franklin Lois Frisch Nonie Gaines Myron Gauger Bill Harju Peggy Harju Carolyn Harper Joan Hartnett William Hartnett Philip Herbert JoAnne Heron Kathleen Holt Carole Huelsberg

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS President - Cynthia Stevens McBride, Port Townsend Vice President - Steve Fetter, Nordland Secretary - Robin Ditzler, Port Ludlow Treasurer - Aldryth O’Hara, Sequim

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ARTISTIC DIRECTORS Erin Belieu, Writing Lucinda Carver, Chamber Music John Clayton, Jazz Daryl Davis, Blues Suzy Thompson, Fiddle Tunes

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Centrum Jazz Port Townsend 2012  
Centrum Jazz Port Townsend 2012  

The official program for Centrum's 2012 Jazz festival, as published by the Port Townsend & Jefferson County Leader.