- David Eure
David Eure is the jazz violin instructor at the New England Conservatory of Music (Prep. & SCE Division – Jazz Faculty). Embodying a soulful sound with precision, clarity and finesse, he effortlessly bridges the classical and jazz styles with elegant aplomb.
- David Eure Latin Jazz Ensemble
David Eure (jazz violin instructor at the New England Conservatory of Music (Prep. & SCE Division) embodies the most soulful sound with his HOT Latin Jazz band. They define precision, clarity and finesse.
- Eure On Fire! The David Eure Quartet
Eure on Fire: An Incendiary R&B Blast from the 60’s & 70’s!
David Eure – Jazz Violin http://www.myspace.com/eureviolin
Kevin Harris – Piano
Daniel Day – Bass
Zeke Martin – Drums
- La Tuza: Mexican roots music (son mexicano)
Mexican roots music, with a repertoire that includes pieces from the son jarocho, son huasteco, and son calentano traditions.
- Mr. Ho's Orchestrotica
Referencing the mid-century-exotica of Denny, Lyman, Raskin, & Les Baxter, Mr. Ho’s Orchestrotica presents an original collection of updated jazz, chamber, and world music reaching towards the South Pacific via Asia, the Middle East, the Balkans, and Latin America. Led by percussionist/vibist Brian O’Neill with bass flute, percussion, & bass.
- Royal Island Players
Calypso, latin, and reggae in a group that can include steel pan
- Steve Langone Group
Double cd release at Ryles Jazz Club in Cambridge MA $10 cover.
8:00-10:00pm Jim Repa septet celebrating the cd release of "Destinations"
10:00-midnight Steve Langone Group, celebrating the cd release of "Six"
- WAITIKI, The WAITIKI 7 and WAITIKI INTERNATIONAL
Classic exotica music retooled for modern ears. We specialize in 1950s-1960s era exotica ala Martin Denny, Les Baxter, and Arthur Lyman. Available for private events incl. weddings, bar mitzvahs, and retirement parties.
- Winnie Dahlgren Group
The Winnie Dahlgren Group is comprised of members with different musical and cultural backgrounds.
It is exactly this difference which gives the band a sound that is uniquely its own.