“One of the most important jazz ensembles of recent times”

-Brian Morton, Far Cry, Penguin Guide to Jazz

 

String Trio of New York’s 40th Anniversary Celebration

For 40 years, the String Trio of New York (S3NY) has been a powerful force on the contemporary music scene. For the 2018/19 season, they are marking their 40th anniversary celebration with an outstanding repertoire of recent compositions and re-imaginations of earlier works – both classic originals and selections from the more than a dozen pieces commissioned from a variety of the most notable composers of the late 20th century.

Formed by three men who cut their teeth on the legendary New York Loft Scene of the early 1970s, guitarist James Emery, bassist John Lindberg and the late violinist Billy Bang co-founded the groundbreaking ensemble amidst New York’s next fertile phase, the Downtown Lower New York scene. Forging the path for the genre-defying Jazz, Western Classical and World Music-informed Chamber discipline that is so prevalent in today’s adventurous musical environment, the S3NY has remained active and thriving over its entire 40-year history.

Over those years and with only a few changes in personnel – including the highly-awarded violinist Regina Carter – the ensemble is still led by Mr. Emery with violinist Rob Thomas and bassist Tony Marino (members for 18 and 8 years respectively), and remains on the cutting edge of the music that it has pioneered. Housed within Sound Directions Inc., the 501(c)(3) non-profit cultural and educational organization with which it has been involved for more than 30 years, the S3NY will be recording its 18th album in late 2018. The group will also be touring with its specially created repertoire and conducting residencies in celebration of its 40th anniversary and Fifth Decade during the 2018/19 and 2019/20 seasons, and can be booked through Jean-Pierre Leduc’s Lunched Management And Booking or Sound Directions, Inc.
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