Jack Soref & Jameson Stewart
are a modular collection of ensembles that revolve around the longtime musical partnership of guitarists Jack Soref and Jameson Stewart.
Reaching both forward and back in time, the band pays homage to the music of Django Reinhardt while simultaneously enriching the tradition, with many their own compositions.
The chemistry of these two musicians always yields a fertile musical dialogue, and many wonderful surprises. The duo is usually augmented with one or two special guests, so in addition to guitars, expect to hear upright bass, tuba, violin, clarinet, or accordion.
Jason Anick and the Swingers
(Tuesday Jazz Manouche at the Burren)
Every Tuesday night from 8:00pm-11:00pm
You can hear three hours worth of rollicking,
impromptu Jazz Manouche played in the front room of the Burren, one Somerville's most treasured venues.
Come and join us each week and you will catch a quartet of violin, two guitars, and bass plus surprise guests from all over the world, and if you're lucky, some great swing dancing!
Tomoko Iwamoto and 440
Led by Violinist and composer Tomoko Iwamoto,
this toe-tapping ensemble features, tight arrangements, Tomoko's sublime original compositions, and a delightful interplay between the whole ensemble.
Tomoko Iwamoto - Violin
Mark Chenevert - Clarinet/Tenor Sax
Sven Larson - Bass
Jack Soref - Guitar
Led by Clarinetist, Singer and Storyteller Andy Moore, Sinti Rhythm is an acoustic quartet that performs Jazz Manouche, and vintage swing. The bands name pays homage to the Sinti tribe from which Django hailed. Sinti Rhythm's music features delightful, and rarely heard, standards from the worlds of
traditional jazz, Django Reinhardt, and the Tin Pan Alley.
Andrew Moore - Clarinet
Jack Soref - Guitar
Jameson Stewart - Guitar
Mike Ball - Bass
The Blue Horizon Jazz Band
The Blue Horizon is noted for its repertoire of Sidney Bechet compositions, dramatically brought to life by the band's leader, and soprano saxophonist, Stan McDonald. Stan's expressive power on is acclaimed throughout the jazz world, and over the years the band has produced six albums, recorded with Jelly Roll Morton's one time drummer Tommy Benford, and performedat Hatch Shell on the Charles River Esplanade, summer home of the Boston Pops. These days you can catch them every first Thursday of the month at the Primavera Ristorante in Millis, MA.