Jeremy Bleich's Glass Key Trio

Thu Jul 18 2024

7:30 PM

Treelawn Social Club

15335 Waterloo Rd Cleveland, OH 44110

$15.00

All Ages

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Jeremy Bleich's Glass Key Trio

Jeremy Bleich - guitar/composition
Paul Brown - bass
Milton Villarrubia III - drums

Based in Santa Fe, NM and led by Jeremy Bleich’s eclectic guitar and compositional style, The Glass Key Trio explores compositions inspired by world music, folk, country, and film noir. Each composition is a vehicle for spirited dialogue between the players ushering the listener into a narrative exploration of musical landscapes.

"The Glass Key Trio... has conceived a strange combination of folk, gospel, spirituals, jazz and experimental curiosities, all without adhering too intensely to any one, and without an easy means to genre-fy." - Santa Fe Reporter
EPK Reel: https://youtu.be/8bvX20hxKfs 
websites:
https://www.glasskeytrio.com/
The Glass Key Trio by newbassplace - (J.Bleich)
https://www.facebook.com/TheGlassKeyTrio
Contact:  Jeremy Bleich - glasskeytrio@gmail.com 
Jeremy Bleich is a composer and multi-instrumentalist who incorporates a wide palette of sound and 
culture into the process of creating music. He has composed pieces ranging from small chamber works, theatre pieces including “Love and Emma Goldman”, a rock opera funded by The California Foundation for Peace and Justice, and has toured extensively across Europe and the U.S playing bass and electronics with critically acclaimed trio “birth”, Oud with Eftah, and Zevk Ensemble, and guitar with The Glass Key Trio.   He resides in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he is involved with presenting new music on his Grasshopper Music record label, teaching Orchestra at Los Alamos Public Schools and conducting with the Santa Fe Youth Symphony.  Jeremy has played and/or recorded with musicians as diverse as Count Vu (Pat Metheny group), Joe Maneri, Joe Tomino (Sublime, Matisyahu),  Jason White and Rick Elias.  

Paul Brown has been playing music for 47 years, studying bass and improvisation at the Berklee College of Music, 
and ud and makam with Haig Manoukian and Yordal Tokcan.  Comfortable in all styles of music from Eastern Europe and beyond, he is in demand across the country, 
playing electric and acoustic bass with a number of bands (Édessa, Souren Baronian’s Taksim, Pontic Firebird) 
at music and dance camps, concerts, and festivals.

Milton Villarrubia, III grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana and has been crafting his music art in Santa Fe, 
New Mexico since 1996. Milton has performed with Ellis Marsalis, Myra Melford, Anthony Braxton, 
Peter Bernstein, Steve Masakowski, The University of New Orleans Jazz Studies Program, 
The Santa Fe Opera, New Mexico School for the Arts, William A. Thompson, IV, Circus Luminous, 
The Academy for Technology and the Classics, Candyman Strings and Things, Ray Francen's Drum 
Center and Drummer's World. In 2016 Milton and the Santa Fe based group Kodama Trio won best Jazz 
Album as well as Best Jazz Song in the Prestigious New Mexico Music Awards.

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Jeremy Bleich's Glass Key Trio

Thu Jul 18 2024 7:30 PM

Treelawn Social Club Cleveland OH
Jeremy Bleich's Glass Key Trio

$15.00 All Ages

Jeremy Bleich's Glass Key Trio

Jeremy Bleich - guitar/composition
Paul Brown - bass
Milton Villarrubia III - drums

Based in Santa Fe, NM and led by Jeremy Bleich’s eclectic guitar and compositional style, The Glass Key Trio explores compositions inspired by world music, folk, country, and film noir. Each composition is a vehicle for spirited dialogue between the players ushering the listener into a narrative exploration of musical landscapes.

"The Glass Key Trio... has conceived a strange combination of folk, gospel, spirituals, jazz and experimental curiosities, all without adhering too intensely to any one, and without an easy means to genre-fy." - Santa Fe Reporter
EPK Reel: https://youtu.be/8bvX20hxKfs 
websites:
https://www.glasskeytrio.com/
The Glass Key Trio by newbassplace - (J.Bleich)
https://www.facebook.com/TheGlassKeyTrio
Contact:  Jeremy Bleich - glasskeytrio@gmail.com 
Jeremy Bleich is a composer and multi-instrumentalist who incorporates a wide palette of sound and 
culture into the process of creating music. He has composed pieces ranging from small chamber works, theatre pieces including “Love and Emma Goldman”, a rock opera funded by The California Foundation for Peace and Justice, and has toured extensively across Europe and the U.S playing bass and electronics with critically acclaimed trio “birth”, Oud with Eftah, and Zevk Ensemble, and guitar with The Glass Key Trio.   He resides in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he is involved with presenting new music on his Grasshopper Music record label, teaching Orchestra at Los Alamos Public Schools and conducting with the Santa Fe Youth Symphony.  Jeremy has played and/or recorded with musicians as diverse as Count Vu (Pat Metheny group), Joe Maneri, Joe Tomino (Sublime, Matisyahu),  Jason White and Rick Elias.  

Paul Brown has been playing music for 47 years, studying bass and improvisation at the Berklee College of Music, 
and ud and makam with Haig Manoukian and Yordal Tokcan.  Comfortable in all styles of music from Eastern Europe and beyond, he is in demand across the country, 
playing electric and acoustic bass with a number of bands (Édessa, Souren Baronian’s Taksim, Pontic Firebird) 
at music and dance camps, concerts, and festivals.

Milton Villarrubia, III grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana and has been crafting his music art in Santa Fe, 
New Mexico since 1996. Milton has performed with Ellis Marsalis, Myra Melford, Anthony Braxton, 
Peter Bernstein, Steve Masakowski, The University of New Orleans Jazz Studies Program, 
The Santa Fe Opera, New Mexico School for the Arts, William A. Thompson, IV, Circus Luminous, 
The Academy for Technology and the Classics, Candyman Strings and Things, Ray Francen's Drum 
Center and Drummer's World. In 2016 Milton and the Santa Fe based group Kodama Trio won best Jazz 
Album as well as Best Jazz Song in the Prestigious New Mexico Music Awards.
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