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About the Event
Two Sets 7:30-9:30pm
The Robert Jospe Trio features Daniel Clarke on piano, Paul Langosch on bass, and Robert Jospe on drums.This concert will include a varied repertoire of jazz classics drawn from the American Song Book, original compositions, and well-known popular tunes. The performance will highlight the trio’s arrangements and improvisational skills.
Daniel Clarke is a multi-instrumentalist/songwriter/producer/teacher born and raised in
Richmond, VA. His playing has been heard everywhere from the White House to the Opening Ceremonies of the 2010 Winter Olympics. His ear for quality has made him a sought-after collaborator by artists such as k.d. lang, Ryan Adams, The War on Drugs, Mandy Moore, Jason Mraz, René Marie, and countless others spanning all genres.
Paul Langosch has worked with many of the leaders in the jazz world including Phil
Woods, Tal Farlow, Al Cohn, Mose Allison, Johnny Hartman, Bud Shank, Zoot Sims,
Barney Kessel and Herb Ellis. Paul’s touring credits include tours with Jon Hendricks,
George Shearing, Rosemary Clooney, Mel Torme, Susanna McCorkle and Conte Candoli. In 1985 Paul was invited by Tony Bennett to become a permanent member of his trio. His association with Mr. Bennett lasted over 20 years.
Robert Jospé is a jazz drummer, percussionist, composer, educator and band leader of Robert Jospé Trio. He is nationally known for his eight CDs as leader, receiving two four-star
reviews in Downbeat Magazine, reaching #4 twice on JazzWeek national radio chart
and being featured in Jazztimes Magazine and Modern Drummer. His latest album “Just
Lookin" was released in 2019. Robert has been a touring artist and educator with the
Virginia Commission for The Arts for 31 years. Throughout his career Jospé has played and recorded with many bands and in many musical styles including Tim Reynolds and TR3, (rock/reggae/fusion), John D’earth Quartet, pianists Hod O’Brien and Cyrus Chestnut, guitarist Stanley Jordan, vocalist Bobby McFerrin and John McCutcheon (folk rock).
For more information on Robert Jospé , visit www.robertjospe.com