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Jazz Road, a Program of South Arts Presents

Trio Incognito

David Bixler on Saxophones, Fabio Rojas on Percussion, & Dan Loomis on Bass

All Ages
Wednesday, March 06
Doors: 7pm
$15
Wednesday, March 6 // Door at 7 PM // Show at 7:30 PM // $15 Advance // $20 Day of Show
 
DAVID BIXLER
David Bixler is a renowned alto saxophonist, composer, and educator who has recently revitalized his career with the release of three new recordings: In the Face of Chaos (2019), Blended Lineage (2020), and Inside the Grief (2020). His latest work, THE LANGSTON HUGHES PROJECT vol. 1, is a unique compilation of music inspired by the poetry of Langston Hughes, which has been highly praised by PARIS-MOVE as “a touch of genius.”   
 
Having moved to New York City (NYC) three decades ago, Bixler honed his musical skills touring the world with the big bands of Lionel Hampton and Toshiko Akioshi. He later became part of the Chico O’Farrill Afro-Cuban Big Band, playing a decade-long residency of Sunday evenings at Birdland and winning a LATIN GRAMMY for the recording, Final Night at Birdland.
 
DAN LOOMIS 
With more than a decade of performing experience since moving to New York City, Dan Loomis has emerged as a daring leader, a sought-after sideman, and a composer whose view of the world – and willingness to explore his own inner questioning – has led to the creation of innovative and moving works. 
 
Loomis is also an in-demand sideman. He’s a regular member of Vadim Neselovskyi’s trio, which has played across Europe and at the Blue Note and Village Vanguard in NYC. A small sample of the no- table names with whom Loomis has performed includes TS Monk, Gary Burton, Wycliffe Gordon, Ernesto Cervini, Joel Frahm, Laurence Hobgood, and The Respect Sextet. He’s played in all of New York’s major clubs and at Jazz at Lincoln Center, in addition to appearing on stages across Europe, Canada, Australia, China and throughout the United States. For more on Dan Loomis’s current projects, recordings and clinics, visit https://www.danloomismusic.com
 
FABIO ROJAS 
Fabio Rojas, Drummer/Film Composer and Educator based in New York City, originally from Valencia-Venezuela. Since arriving to the US, Rojas has performed with artists such as David Bixler, Greg Osby Band, Lonnie Plaxico, Geri Allen, Bill Pierce, Sean Jones, Jon Cowherd, Terri Lyne Carrington, Kevin Harris, Mike Rodriguez, John Lockwood, Manuel Valera, Regina Carter, Rachel Z Hakim, Pepe de Lucia, Nino de los Reyes and many others, in venues such as BU Agganis Arena, Boston Symphony Hall, Daegu Jazz Festival (South Korea), Lincoln Center (NYC), The Esplanade, Scullers Jazz Club, SXSW, BGSU, Smoke Jazz Club, TEDx Boston 2010, TEDx Sommerville 2012, RVA Film & Music Festival, 55 Bar, NAMM, MusikFest. 
 
Fabio Rojas earned his Bachelor of Music with a Dual Major in Performance and Professional Music at the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston 14’, thanks to a scholarship and extreme hard work, where he had the honor of being mentored by Terri Lyne Carrington and Kim Plainfield. He also earned his Master of Music in Jazz Studies at CUNY – Queens College 23’ , Magna Cum Laude, where he studied with Michael Mossman, Antonio Hart and Dennis Mackrel. Rojas has given master classes in Youngstown State University (OH), Jazz St. Louis (MO), New Tier HS (IL), Berklee College of Music (MA), Lions Township HS (IL), Kalos Music & Art School (FL), NYC Public schools, Port Washington Public Schools, Conservatorio Sergei Rachmaninov (Ecuador), UEB Torremar (Ecuador), among other locations around the globe.
 
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