March 24, 2018

Million/Moulder Jazz Duo & Jamie Breiwick - Dreamland, the Music of Thelonious Monk

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$18 – Adults

$16 – Seniors (62+)

$5 – Students (21 and under)

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Million/Moulder Jazz Duo & Jamie Breiwick - Dreamland, the Music of Thelonious Monk

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Million/Moulder Jazz Duo

Steve Million is a professional jazz pianist, improviser, and composer. Although largely self-taught beginning with blues and boogie-woogie piano, he studied at the University of Missouri–Kansas
City and with John Elliot. A fixture on the Chicago jazz scene since 1988, he has recorded five CD’s: Million to One (1995), Thanks a Million (‘97), Truth Is (‘99), Poetic Necessities (‘03), and Remembering the Way Home (‘08).

John Moulder is a guitarist and composer whose music has evolved from an assimilation of musical
traditions. His recent release, Earthborn Tales of Soul and Spirit (‘16), is inspired by soulful individuals and has been described as a contemporary musical narrative. The Chicago Tribune described him
as one of the “most adventurous, technically accomplished and ferociously committed guitar virtuosos working today.”

 

Jamie Breiwick – Dreamland, the Music of Thelonious Monk
Jamie is a trumpet player, composer, and educator. He has performed with such notable jazz artists as Arturo O’ Farrill, Adonis Rose, Ralph Bowen, Matt Wilson, Francios Moutin, and Pete Zimmer, as well as Grammy nominated R & B artist Eric Benet, Beck, and comedian Bob Newhart. He is an Instrumental
Music Instructor at The Prairie School and was nominated for the Grammy Music Educator Award. He co-founded the Milwaukee Jazz Vision, an organization guided by the purpose of advancing jazz and creative music.