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Brad Goode (Trumpet)

brad goode - trumpet

is a unique and instantly recognizable virtuoso. He has worked with Von Freeman, Red Rodney, Al Cohn, Eddie Harris, Ira Sullivan, Frank Morgan, Don Lanphere, Curtis Fuller, Jacke DeJohnette, Ernie Krivda, Richie Cole, Rosemary Clooney, Barrett Deems and many others. Appearing at major festivals and nightclubs around the world, Goode led the house band at the famous Green Mill Jazz Club for 12 years.  Goode has served on the faculties of the American Conservatory of Music, the Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music, and currently teaches at the University of Colorado.  He has performed in the Middle East, Asia and Europe.

David Rajewski (Trumpet)

Dave Rajewski - Professional Musical Services

has performed and recorded with artists and groups as diverse as The Temptations, The Vervepipe, David Liebman, Tom Harrell, John Fedchock, Rob McConnell, Jiggs Whigham, James Carter, Slide Hampton, Charlie Persip, Steve Lippia, Ed Polarmo, Van Lester, Fred Hess, and Leslie Gore. A jazz educator, Rajewski has worked with numerous music programs giving clinics and private lessons. He has performed throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and Europe.

Michael Dunn (Tuba)

Michael Dunn | CU-Boulder College of Music | CU-Boulder

attained degrees in Music Education from Tennessee Technological University (B.S.) and Music Performance from Arizona State University (M.M.). Mike began his performance career as a member of  “The President’s Own” U.S. Marine Band in Washington D.C. from 1984-1989.  He played for three seasons with the Alabama Symphony, toured nationally with Mr. Jack Daniel’s Original Silver Cornet Band. He has performed the Colorado Symphony, the National Symphony Orchestra, the Kennedy Center Opera Orchestra, the Arizona Opera Orchestra, the Maryland Symphony and the St. Louis Brass Quintet and Dallas Brass. He is an Assistant Professor of Tuba and Euphonium at the University of Colorado, Boulder.

Nat Wickham (Trombone)

Dr. Nathaniel Wickham - UNC College of Performing and Visual Arts

has been a soloist  in the United States, Canada, and Europe. 

A founding member of the Colorado Jazz Orchestra, he was lead trombonist and jazz soloist with the Bob Curnow Big Band. He has performed with the Woody Herman Orchestra, Natalie Cole, and has collaborated in performances with countless internationally known artists. Wickham is professor of trombone and euphonium at the

University of Northern Colorado.


Jacqueline Victor (Horn)

began her professional career when, as a foreign exchange student in Finland, she was a guest soloist with the Finnish Army Band then becoming principal horn for the Joensuu Symphony. Often a soloist in Denver area Churches, Jacqueline loves to perform the repertoire for two horns. Although trained as a classical musician, Jackie is one of the few French horn players to also play improvisational jazz. Jackie is a founding member of the Park Hill Brass.

John Gunther (saxophone, flute,clarinet)John Gunther | CU-Boulder College of Music | CU-Boulder

is also a composer. He is currently in the process of developing a CD of his own compositions called “Surrender” with the Safari Trio. Working as a professional musician in New York for years, he played with John Abercrobmie, Buddy DeFranco, Dizzy Gillespie, Tom Harrel, Dewey Redman, Joe Williams, The Woody Herman Orchestra, The Vanguard Jazz Orchestra and the Maria Schneider Orchestra. He has toured in Russia and also in Canada. In London he played at the 606 Club and at Chez Charlie Wright while teaching at the Royal Conservatory and at the Guildhall Conservatory.

Ron Bland (Bass)Bland | Department of Music | MSU Denver

plays all styles of music. He has worked with many different artists such as George Benson, Dizzy Gillespie, Pavarotti, Andrea Bocelli, and the Pan Jumbies Steel Band. He has been invited to play around the world, in Europe, in New Zealand, in Mexico, in England and in the USA.

Jeff Jenkins (Pianist)Jeff Jenkins | CU-Boulder College of Music | CU-Boulder

has played with many well know American artists such as Freddie Hubbard, David Fathead Newman, Marlena Shaw, Eddie Harris, Richie Cole, Dakota Staton , Bobby Hutchenson, Curtis Fuller, Benny Golson, John Abercrombie, Clark Terry and the Orchestra of Count Basie. He has practiced his art in London, Toronto, Montreal, Hamburg, Frankfort, New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco. This year he played with “The New York Voices,” Barbara Morrison, and Preston Person. He just released a CD of his own compositions called “The Healing.”

Todd Reid (Percussion)Todd Reid :: Drums - home

has been a Jazz musician since childhood. In New York City he worked with artists such as Gerry Mulligan, Billy Taylor, Jim McNeely, and Marlene VerPlank among others. In Denver Todd has played at the famous jazz club “El Chapultepec” and has worked with jazzmen Mose Allison, Nick Brignola, Freddie Cole, Richie Cole, Eddie Daniels, Bob Borough, Teddy Edwards, Charles McPherson, Bobby Shew, Nestor Torres, and many others. His CD with Curtis Fuller on Trombone, called “I will Tell Her,” was number one on the list of newly released jazz CDs in 2010 for four weeks.

Terri Jo Jenkins (composer, guitarist, singer)Terri Jo Jenkins - Home

specializes in Jazz, Blues and Folk music. She has made a number of CDs in her career as a soloist and with her trio “Baby Needs Shoes.” Her last CD, released in 2008, was “Turn the Page.”

“Terri Jo’s suave, sexy voice put us over the top with Someone to Watch Over Me, and When I Fall in Love among others.”

M.M.M - The Dauphiné Libéré.

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