Dominick Farinacci's "Triad"

Fri Jul 26 2024

8:00 PM

Treelawn Music Hall

15335 Waterloo Rd Cleveland, OH 44110

$15.00 - $50.00

All Ages

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DOMINICK FARINACCI'S "TRIAD"
RECORD RELEASE EVENT
SELF-TITLED on ROPEADOPE


Dominick Farinacci - trumpet
Christian Tamburr - vibraphone and marimba
Michael Ward-Bergeman - accordion

The members of TRIAD — who play stirring, challenging music but have the naturally sidesplitting rapport you’d find in a good buddy comedy — like to recount the rocky start of one auspicious run at the iconic Birdland Jazz Club in New York City.

As the band began to load in — Dominick Farinacci carrying his trumpet; Christian Tamburr hoisting his vibraphone and marimba; Michael Ward-Bergeman with his accordion — club owner Gianni Valenti became incredulous, even irate: “What the hell is this instrumentation? Where is the bass player?”

TRIAD began their soundcheck with Valenti glaring at them from the back of his venue, but “shortly into the first set,” Farinacci recalls, “he totally started to dig it, and he became very supportive of the concept.” In the end, the run was a rousing success with six sold-out shows, a trial by fire that proved to the band and their audiences that they’d hit upon a rare and inspired alliance.

That singular meld of personalities is what defines TRIAD and their new self-titled debut, out March 22, 2024 from Ropeadope. When the group first came together during a London residency, Farinacci explains, “I didn’t have a specific sound in mind. The only thing I had in mind was these two brilliant artists. I knew the chemistry would be really great between the three of us. And I love the out-of-the-box dynamic.”

TRIAD’s dynamic is certainly explorative — try and name another “jazz” debut that covers tunes by Astor Piazzolla, Screamin’ Jay Hawkins, Kurt Weill and John Mayer — but also resolutely focused. To start, these are three of the most widely accomplished musicians currently at work, whose individual résumés perfectly explain the collective TRIAD aesthetic — a space where a roots standard like “St. James Infirmary Blues” can be tackled with the telepathy of a modern jazz combo and the resourcefulness of a progressive chamber ensemble.

Dominick Farinacci's "Triad"

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    Dominick Farinacci's "Triad"

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Dominick Farinacci's "Triad"

Fri Jul 26 2024 8:00 PM

Treelawn Music Hall Cleveland OH
Dominick Farinacci's "Triad"

$15.00 - $50.00 All Ages

DOMINICK FARINACCI'S "TRIAD"
RECORD RELEASE EVENT
SELF-TITLED on ROPEADOPE


Dominick Farinacci - trumpet
Christian Tamburr - vibraphone and marimba
Michael Ward-Bergeman - accordion

The members of TRIAD — who play stirring, challenging music but have the naturally sidesplitting rapport you’d find in a good buddy comedy — like to recount the rocky start of one auspicious run at the iconic Birdland Jazz Club in New York City.

As the band began to load in — Dominick Farinacci carrying his trumpet; Christian Tamburr hoisting his vibraphone and marimba; Michael Ward-Bergeman with his accordion — club owner Gianni Valenti became incredulous, even irate: “What the hell is this instrumentation? Where is the bass player?”

TRIAD began their soundcheck with Valenti glaring at them from the back of his venue, but “shortly into the first set,” Farinacci recalls, “he totally started to dig it, and he became very supportive of the concept.” In the end, the run was a rousing success with six sold-out shows, a trial by fire that proved to the band and their audiences that they’d hit upon a rare and inspired alliance.

That singular meld of personalities is what defines TRIAD and their new self-titled debut, out March 22, 2024 from Ropeadope. When the group first came together during a London residency, Farinacci explains, “I didn’t have a specific sound in mind. The only thing I had in mind was these two brilliant artists. I knew the chemistry would be really great between the three of us. And I love the out-of-the-box dynamic.”

TRIAD’s dynamic is certainly explorative — try and name another “jazz” debut that covers tunes by Astor Piazzolla, Screamin’ Jay Hawkins, Kurt Weill and John Mayer — but also resolutely focused. To start, these are three of the most widely accomplished musicians currently at work, whose individual résumés perfectly explain the collective TRIAD aesthetic — a space where a roots standard like “St. James Infirmary Blues” can be tackled with the telepathy of a modern jazz combo and the resourcefulness of a progressive chamber ensemble.

Dominick Farinacci's "Triad"

Dominick Farinacci's "Triad"

Jazz

Please correct the information below.

Select ticket quantity.

Complete the security check.

Select Tickets

All Ages
limit 10 per person
VIP-Row 1 + Meet&Greet
$50.00
Preferred-Rows 2, 3, & 4
$40.00
GA-Seated
$25.00
GA-Student (Need ID)
$15.00

Delivery Method

ticketFast
Will Call