Wed Feb 19 2020

8:00 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

Star Theater

13 NW Sixth Avenue Portland, OR 97209

$25.00 - $35.00

Ages 21+

Share With Friends

Share
Tweet
Half Japanese, half New Zealander pianist, composer, live remixer and producer Mark de Clive-Lowe has been LA based since 2008. Equal parts composer, jazz musician, found-sound remixer and club music producer, the musical maverick tours his multi-faceted live show in both solo and band setups internationally. He has released over a dozen albums and hundreds of collaborations and remixes creating with musicians, artists and DJs from all around the world. His critically acclaimed club night CHURCH has seen him on stage with multiple generations of the world's most respected jazz, soul and hip hop artists. His new project HERITAGE sees him making a deep dive into his own Japanese roots, interpreting it through the lens of jazz and electronica.

"(the) avant-garde soulful Pianist/DJ/Producer delivers his lifetime of journeys to different musical ports in a concise package, seamlessly... transporting not just in genre but in emotion and spirit." - Huffington Post        

2020 BIAMP PDX Jazz Festival
MARK DE CLIVE-LOWE 'S HERITAGE and JAMIE BRANCH

  • Mark De Clive-Lowe

    Mark De Clive-Lowe

    Electro-Jazz

    Half Japanese, half New Zealander pianist, composer, live remixer and producer Mark de Clive-Lowe has been LA based since 2008. Equal parts composer, jazz musician, found-sound remixer and club music producer, the musical maverick tours his multi-faceted live show in both solo and band setups internationally. He has released over a dozen albums and hundreds of collaborations and remixes creating with musicians, artists and DJs from all around the world. His critically acclaimed club night CHURCH has seen him on stage with multiple generations of the world's most respected jazz, soul and hip hop artists. His new project HERITAGE sees him making a deep dive into his own Japanese roots, interpreting it through the lens of jazz and electronica.

    "(the) avant-garde soulful Pianist/DJ/Producer delivers his lifetime of journeys to different musical ports in a concise package, seamlessly... transporting not just in genre but in emotion and spirit." - Huffington Post        
  • Jaimie Branch

    Jaimie Branch

    World Jazz

    Branch was raised in Red Hook, Brooklyn and started playing trumpet at age nine. At 14, she moved to Wilmette, a suburb of Chicago,[2] before attending the New England Conservatory of Music (graduating in 2005). Later she moved back to Chicago, working as a musician, organizer and sound engineer on the local music scene, including with Jason Ajemian (on The Art of Dying, 2006), Keefe Jackson's Project Project (on Just Like This, 2007), and Tim Daisy' s New Fracture Quartet (on 1000 Lights, 2008), Anton Hatwich and Ken Vandermark. She has performed in Chicago and New York with her trio Princess, Princess, with bassist Toby Summerfield and drummer Frank Rosaly, and in trios with Tim Daisy and Daniel Levin,[4] Matt Schneider and Jason Adasiewicz,[5] and with Chris Velkommen/Sam Weinberg. Together with Jason Stein, Jeb Bishop and Jason Roebke, she founded the band Block and Tackle. To jazz she has contributed on five albums between 2006 and 2008.[6]

    In 2012 Branch moved to Baltimore, where she earned a master's degree in Jazz performance from Towson University. At this time she also founded the record label Pionic Records, where she releases the music of her group Bomb Shelter.[7] In New York she has worked with Brandon Lopez, Fred Lonberg-Holm and Mike Stolthet among others.[8] In addition, she performed on albums with the independent rock groups Never Enough Hope, Local H and Atlas Math. Currently, she works in a quartet with Chad Taylor (drums), Jason Ajemian (bass) and Tomeka Reid (cello),[9] as well as with Brandon Lopez, Mike Pride, Shayna Dulberger and Weasel Walter, and with Yoni Kretzmer and Tobey Cederberg. She names Don Cherry, Axel Dörner, Booker Lite and Miles Davis among her musical influences.[10] In 2017 she released her debut solo album, Fly or Die, with Tomeka Reid, Jason Ajemian, Chad Taylor, Matt Schneider (guitar), Ben LaMar Gay, and Josh Berman (cornet).[3]        

Please correct the information below.

Select ticket quantity.

Complete the security check.

Access Code

Select Tickets

limit 10 per person
General Admission
GA 21+
$25.00
Reserved

$35.00

Delivery Method

Mail
UPS
Will Call

Terms & Conditions

This event is 21 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 21 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.

2020 BIAMP PDX Jazz Festival

MARK DE CLIVE-LOWE 'S HERITAGE and JAMIE BRANCH

Wed Feb 19 2020 8:00 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

Star Theater Portland OR
MARK DE CLIVE-LOWE 'S HERITAGE and JAMIE BRANCH

$25.00 - $35.00 Ages 21+

Half Japanese, half New Zealander pianist, composer, live remixer and producer Mark de Clive-Lowe has been LA based since 2008. Equal parts composer, jazz musician, found-sound remixer and club music producer, the musical maverick tours his multi-faceted live show in both solo and band setups internationally. He has released over a dozen albums and hundreds of collaborations and remixes creating with musicians, artists and DJs from all around the world. His critically acclaimed club night CHURCH has seen him on stage with multiple generations of the world's most respected jazz, soul and hip hop artists. His new project HERITAGE sees him making a deep dive into his own Japanese roots, interpreting it through the lens of jazz and electronica.

"(the) avant-garde soulful Pianist/DJ/Producer delivers his lifetime of journeys to different musical ports in a concise package, seamlessly... transporting not just in genre but in emotion and spirit." - Huffington Post        

Please correct the information below.

Select ticket quantity.

Complete the security check.

Access Code

Select Tickets

Ages 21+
limit 10 per person
General Admission
GA 21+
$25.00
Reserved
$35.00

Delivery Method

Mail
UPS
Will Call

Terms & Conditions

This event is 21 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 21 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.