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Ryles Jazz Club

212 Hampshire St., Cambridge, MA, 02139
(617) 876-9330

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Ryles Jazz Club
212 Hampshire St.
Cambridge, MA 02139
(617) 876-9330
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Compaq Big Band
Compaq Big Band
The internationally acclaimed Compaq Big Band has kept New England swingin’ since 1975, with a big band repertoire that begins with honoring the classics from the ‘30s and 40’s, from the bands of Glenn Miller, Count Basie, Duke Ellington, and other greats....
Claire Dickson
Claire Dickson
Jazz Singer Claire Dickson emerged on Boston jazz scene at the age of 12 with an astonishing ability to scat and reinterpret classic jazz, bop and post-bop material on a level far beyond her years. Initially recreating the American Songbooks of Ella Fitzgerald, she quickly delved into her own improvisations and interpretations, expanding into Bebop and Latin grooves.
Bob Gullotti
Bob Gullotti
Drummer/percussionist extraordinaire Bob Gullotti leads a band called The Fringe, one of the legendary jazz groups on the Boston jazz scene and a four-time recipient of the Boston Music Awards’ #1 Jazz Act title....
John di Martino
John di Martino
Composer, arranger, pianist, John di Martino has recorded many CDs for Venus Records with his "Romantic Jazz Trio." Noted for his versatility, John has performed and recorded  with such notables as Kenny Burrell, James Moody, Joe Lovano, David "Fat Head" Newman, Pat Martino, Paquito D'Rivera and Houston Person....
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(no rating) Aug 22, 2007 - Boston.com - Wesley Morris and Amy Graves
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(no rating) Sep 14, 2007 - patadams
Cadence Magazine, August 2007

”As anyone familiar with the Boston scene knows, there are few things finer than hearing Ray take on an acoustic piano. But there are different ways to tackle the challenge, and Ray can make any path work. On 6/2 Ray decided to put on a clinic. I'm not a piano player but even in my ignorance I found myself shaking my head in amazement. No doubt any piano player in the audience would have been inspired - or perhaps frightened into giving up the instrument. It was a master indulging in the sheer joy of tackling the possibilities (maybe the impossibilities) of the instrument. I wish there had been a video recorder running. I show up for the surprises and sometimes - as in this case - I am rewarded.” Stu Vandermark, CADENCE Magazine, August 2007

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