Live Music: Char, Wednesday, 9/30, 5-6pm (postponed)

Wednesday, 9/30, 5-6pm, (postponed)


The Everett Cafe Music Program sponsors performances by TC student musicians. Come enjoy a variety of genres and styles! If you'd like to participate, please contact us with your details via online support. September Music:
  • Wednesday, September 2, 5-6:30pm Wadsworth Strings
  • Wednesday, September 9, 6-7pm Freedom Now Project
  • Wednesday, September 16, 6-7pm Cadenza String Trio
  • Wednesday, September 23, 5-6pm TBA
  • Wednesday, September 30, 5-6pm Char
Musician Bios: The Wadsworth Strings Ensemble features music for classical strings, from the symphonies of Mozart and Haydn, to well known arias from the operas of Puccini and Bizet, adding in a selection of continental Viennese waltzes and French cabaret. Musicians of The Claremont Strings Ensemble have performed collectively at Weill Hall, Carnegie Hall, Avery Fisher Hall and throughout the Northeast, playing a diverse range of symphonic and chamber music, eclectic jazz, and gypsy swing. Wadsworth Strings, emanating from the Washington Heights area, is a division of Claremont Strings, founded by Vivian Penham, a graduate of the Juilliard School and Columbia University. The Freedom Now Project is a collaborative music ensemble that features digital and acoustic instruments. The music that these three musicians create together, is a collage of styles, themes, and motifs at the service of freedom in all aspects of living and being. The music draws inspiration from philosophers, like Maxine Greene, Cornel West, Roland Barthes, and Michel Foucault, as well as artists, like Coltrane, Miles, Stevie Wonder, Duke Ellington, Sting, Soulive and Robert Glasper. The band is made up of current doctoral students and graduates of Teachers College. The members are Tyreek Jackson - bass/beat machine, Daniel Hartig - guitar/effects, and Jarritt Sheel - trumpet/deejay. #TheFreedomNowProject Char is a group of friends from the Music department here in TC. Yan Colon-Leon, Tim Perry, and Lindsay Burstedt met last year while taking a course together and have been playing music ever since. They recently came back from China where they had the opportunity to not only perform, but to learn and coexist with other Chinese music students and share community through music. Back in New York, and with renovated spirits, they aspire to keep making music together and with others. The Cadenza String Trio comprises Evan Riehl, cellist, and Shane Bordeau and Enrico Zanardo, guitarists.
  • Evan is a PhD candidate in economics at Columbia University. He began playing cello in kindergarten and has performed with numerous ensembles throughout his academic and professional career, including the Bloomington-Normal Youth Symphony (Bloomington, IL), the Washington University Symphony Orchestra (St. Louis, MO), and the Arapahoe Philharmonic (Denver, CO). In undergrad he also played in the Washington University Chamber Orchestra, and he performed in the chamber music recital each semester as a member of a string quartet. He is currently a member of the Columbia University Orchestra.
  • Enrico is a PhD candidate in economics at Columbia University and has been performing throughout Europe on the guitar for the past 10 years. Enrico began his performance career as guitarist and leader of the jazz quartet "Quattro Quarti Quartet” and has played in several other projects involving diverse ensembles.
  • Shane is an EdM candidate in the music department at Teachers College and has been teaching and performing music for the past 15 years. He has been involved with many performing groups, most recently as a member of the Chicago-based rock/pop band Berry and can be heard on their 2010 album "blue sky, raging sun", released by Joyful Noise Records. As a composer, some of his works include the musical "The Manson Family Follies", which debuted with the Bergen County Players in Bergen County, NJ, June 2007, and pieces for modern dance, "the body electric"and "5 suites for Stacey", which were choreographed and performed by the Creative Alliance in Baltimore, MD, November 2007.


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