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Chris Madsen Quartet with special guest Tito Carrillo

Chris Madsen - saxophone; Tito Carrillo - trumpet; Ryan Cohan - piano; Clark Sommers - bass; Neil Hemphill - drums;

Chris Madsen Quartet with special guest Tito Carrillo
Chris Madsen Quartet with special guest Tito Carrillo

Time & Location

Mar 18, 2023, 7:30 PM – 11:00 PM CDT

Chicago, 465 N McClurg Ct, Chicago, IL 60611, USA

About The Event

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Chris Madsen - saxophone

Tito Carrillo - trumpet

Ryan Cohan - piano

Clark Sommers - bass

Neil Hemphill - drums

Jazz saxophonist Christopher Madsen is one of the most in-demand figures in the Chicago jazz world as a performer, composer, and pedagogue.  He serves as full-time jazz faculty at the University of Illinois at Chicago, jazz faculty at Midwest Young Artists in Highwood, IL, and was Coordinator of Jazz Studies at Northwestern University (Evanston, IL) from 2008-2014.

He is a sought-after jazz clinician, adjudicating at jazz festivals and offering workshops to ensembles of all ages and levels from across the globe. He is a Vandoren Performing Artist, and has also contributed jazz articles to The Instrumentalist magazine and been interviewed on several radio broadcasts about jazz history and his performing career.

As a leader and sideman, Madsen’s discography is extensive. He has released five albums as a leader since 2004 and can be heard as a player and composer on countless additional releases with artists such as Michael Dease, Marquis Hill, and Jeff Hamilton.  He has performed at jazz festivals and live music venues domestically as well as in Japan, Spain, and Costa Rica.

www.chrismadsen.net

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Tito Carrillo joined the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign faculty in the Spring of 2006. He is a trumpeter, educator, bandleader, composer, and arranger, and since 1996 he has been a fixture in the Chicago jazz and Latin music scenes. The list of artists he has performed, recorded, and toured with is as varied as his skill set: Chicago heavyweights Willie Pickens, Bobby Broom, Patricia Barber, and Kurt Elling; big bands such as the Woody Herman Orchestra, Chicago Jazz Ensemble, Chicago Jazz Orchestra, and Smithsonian Masterworks Orchestra (directed by David Baker); jazz greats such as Toshiko Akiyoshi, Louis Hayes, Jon Faddis, and Vincent Herring; Salsa legends such as Andy Montaoez, Tony Vega, and Cheo Feliciano; Latin jazz giants Tito Puente and Paquito D'Rivera; and pop icons Quincy Jones and Phil Collins.

Carrillo has played some of the most prestigious venues in the world, including Chicago's Symphony Center, Carnegie Hall, Kennedy Center, and London's Royal Albert Hall. His work has been heard at international jazz festivals in Chicago, Telluride, Montreux (Switzerland), North Sea Jazz Festival in The Hague (Netherlands), and Pori, Finland.

As an educator, he served on the faculties at both the Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University, as well as Northwestern University prior to his appointment at Illinois. He has also brought his talents as an educator and performer to Chicago's inner-city high schools through the Ravinia Festival's community outreach program, the Ravinia Jazz Mentors.

Of Carrillo, the Chicago Tribune states "he has acquired a reputation as a fluid improviser, doubly-blessed with a warm lyric style and technique to burn." He continues to lead his own quintet in Chicago and throughout the Midwest, as well as being an active guest soloist and clinician at various secondary and collegiate jazz programs.

TICKETS

  • 7:30 - General Admission

    Alyssa Allgood - vocals Chris Madsen - saxophone TBD - piano Dennis Carroll - bass Neil Hemphill - drums

    $22.75
    Sale ended
  • 7:30 - VIP Seating

    Alyssa Allgood - vocals Chris Madsen - saxophone TBD - piano Dennis Carroll - bass Neil Hemphill - drums

    $27.75
    Sale ended
  • 9:30 - General Admission

    Alyssa Allgood - vocals Chris Madsen - saxophone TBD - piano Dennis Carroll - bass Neil Hemphill - drums

    $22.75
    Sale ended
  • 9:30 - VIP Seating

    Alyssa Allgood - vocals Chris Madsen - saxophone TBD - piano Dennis Carroll - bass Neil Hemphill - drums

    $27.75
    Sale ended

Total

$0.00

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