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November 14, 2010, Sunday - Jazz Off the Charts at MacPhail Center for Music

Time: 7:00pm 

Location:  MacPhail Center for Music, 501 2nd Street South

Join the Copper Street Brass Quintet and the Bryan Nichols Quintet as they walk the line between planned charts and improvisation, performing many original compositions and new takes on classics. This jazz will flow from melodic to moody and adventurous, as the musicians embrace the risks
of making improvised music.

Copper Street Brass Quintet: Allison Hall, trumpet; Corbin Dillon, trumpet; Timothy Bradley, French horn; Alex Wolff, trombone; Stefan Kac, tuba.

Bryan Nichols Quintet: Bryan Nichols, piano; Sean Carey, drums; Brandon Wozniak, saxophones; Mike Lewis, saxophones; James Buckley, bass.