David Friesen Circle 3 Trio
David Friesen: Bass
D. 2013.21.03 Kl. 20:00
Its been said of David Friesen that He does for the art of bass playing what Pythagoras did for the triangles. (Patrick Hinely/Jazz Times)
David Friesen has recorded over 75 CD's as a leader/ co-leader and appeared as a sideman or featured artist on more than 100 recordings. He has performed and/ or recorded with many of the great names and legends of jazz including: Stan Getz, Dexter Gordon, Joe Henderson, Sam Rivers, Michael Brecker, Bud Shank, Dizzy Gillespie, Woody Shaw, Freddy Hubbard, Art Farmer, Clark Terry, Joe Venuti, Mal Waldron, Jaki Byard, Kenny Drew Sr., Chick Corea, Milt Jackson, Slim Gaillard, John Scofield, Philly Joe Jones, Elvin Jones, Paul Motian, Jack Dejohnette, Airto Moreira, and many others. He has performed in concert as a soloist (Friesen is one of two or three bassists in the world that is able to play a solo concert and keep an audience riveted) and with his own groups throughout the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, The Netherlands, France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Austria, Hungary, Slovenia, Turkey, Poland, Japan, Australia, Argentina, Chile, China, Russia, Lithuania and the Ukraine.
In 1997 he was nominated for the best jazz bassist in the American Jazz Awards ceremony in Los Angeles.
In a 2006 jazz bass poll, David Friesen was listed as one of the 20 most influential bass players in the history of jazz. He is also included in a recent poll as one of the 100 Greatest Jazz Bassists of all time.
Friesen was inducted into the Oregon Music Hall of Fame at the first induction ceremony Sept. 2007 and the Oregon Jazz Society Hall of Fame May 2012.
Greg Goebel: Piano
Greg Goebel is counted as one of the great new jazz promises on his instrument.
Born in Oregon, Greg began piano lessons at the age of four. Though improvising and composing music from an early age, it wasnt until high school that he became seriously interested in jazz and improvisation. Greg graduated with a Bachelor of Music degree in Jazz Studies from the University Of Oregon School Of Music where he studied composition and improvisation with Gary Versace, Randy Porter and Steve Owen.
Throughout his high school and college careers, Greg has received numerous awards for excellence in musicianship and composition. Upon graduation he received the Universitys award for Outstanding Undergraduate Performer in Music. The University said of his achievements, [he] has personally done more to elevate the performance level of our jazz students than any other person, graduate or undergraduate, who has attended the U of O in at least the last fifteen years. Greg has been recognized in Down Beat magazine with an award for Outstanding Original Composition. He has consistently been given top honors at music festivals including, most recently, Best Overall College Performer and three times Best Overall College Pianist at the Reno International Jazz Festival.
Goebels musical style, rich with subtle complexities and harmonic surprises make him a distinct voice among jazz pianists today.
Goebel has recorded and toured in the United States, Canada and Europe with renowned bassist David Friesen and is a current member of the David Friesen Trio. His work with the trio can be heard on Friesens 2009 CD, Five and Three, and on the 2011 CD, Circle of Three.
Goebel also records and currently tours with singer Gino Vannelli. His contributions can be heard on the CD, The Best and Beyond.
Also a member of the Portland Jazz Quintet, Goebel can be heard on Vol. I and Vol. II.
In addition to keeping a busy schedule in Portland, Goebel has had the pleasure of performing with notable musicians such as John Handy, Dick Oatts, Bob Magnusson, John Mosca, Terrell Stafford and Larry Koonse.
Charlie Doggett: Drums
Doggett, a drummer of imagination and curiosity, propels each tune with cunningness and unrelenting swing. (John Barron/All About Jazz.com)
Charlie Doggett, drummer/percussionist/composer, is one of the most enigmatic drummers in the Portland and the greater Northwest music scene.
He has earned a BA in Music from the University of Oregon, where he studied with Charles Dowd and Gary Versace. He has performed with a long list of stellar artists including, Charles McPherson, John Gross, Javon Jackson, Ralph Bowen, David Friesen, Glen Moore, Ben Wolfe, Nancy King, David Frishberg, Darrell Grant, Poncho Sanchez, and Titos Sompa. He has appeared at such festivals as, British Columbias du Maurier International Jazz Festival, the Medicine Hat Jazz Festival, Alberta, Canada, Seattle's Bumbershoot Festival, the Ballard Jazz Festival, and the Mt. Hood Festival of Jazz. His performances have been featured on Branford Marsalis NPR Jazz Set Program, the WB's prime time show "Jack & Jill" and the title track for the movie "Kat and Allison".
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