Tritticali’s CD has received a nice review in Seattle Jazz Scene. Andrew Freund calls Trio Tritticali’s sound “… comfortable, organic, cohesive, and insidiously thrilling.”
Trio Tritticali is both daring and conversational, a fascinating combination. They traffic in sensual release, but in the context of formal restraint. Their CD matches band originals and arrangements to Jobim’s Corcovado and Oliver Nelson’s Stolen Moments, visiting Argentine tango and keening Near Eastern mysteries, along with evocations of traditional Japan and other ports of call. Sometimes redolent of the hippest of salons, the music finds time to swing, while telling one overall, sly, knowing story.
Thanks for the kind words, Mr. Freund! Read the full review in Seattle Jazz Scene here.
We want to boldly go where we haven’t before and spread our unique sound to the West Coast! Concert dates in San Francisco, Portland, Seattle and Bozeman have been booked, and we are very excited to play in these splendid cities and spread the word on how awesome a string trio can sound playing all different styles of music. With your contribution to our Indiegogo campaign, you can help us cover our tour expenses and complete our mission!
Our concert dates and venues:
San Francisco: Saturday, August 16th
Nichiren Hokke Buddhist Church- https://plus.google.com/104862082349738222718/about?gl=us&hl=en
2016 Pine St in Japantown
7 p.m. Performance
8 p.m. Refreshments and live music by Trio Tritticali
$15 suggested donation
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Portland: Tuesday, August 19th
Performance Works NW- http://pwnw-pdx.org/
4625 SE 67th Ave
7:30 p.m. Performance
8:30 Refreshments and live music by Trio Tritticali
$10-20 at the door
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Seattle: Wednesday, August 20th
The Chapel- http://www.waywardmusic.org/event/trio-tritticali/
4649 Sunnyside Ave
8 p.m: Trio Tritticali
9 p.m: Performance of “2125 Stanley Street”
$5-15 at the door
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Bozeman: Sunday, August 24, 2014 – 4:00pm.
Wild Joe’s Coffee Spot, 18 Main St. Bozeman Montana.
Click on the picture below to find out more and help us out if you are able. Many thanks in advance.
“On a String and a Prayer” is a spirited evening of dance, music and storytelling that celebrates Spring in the tradition of the Seasonal Saturday Sanctuary Salon Series at Seven. The Salon will feature violist, Leanne Darling, cellist Loren Dempster, and violinist, Helen Yee. Helen, Leanne and Loren are from the acclaimed Trio Triticalli, known for “going where no string trio has gone before!” The dancers and musicians will explore ideas that blur the lines between dancer and musician, and which comes first-movement or music? In the tradition of Mark Lamb Dance the musicians often times put down their instruments and dance, or sometimes, even dance while they play. Other performers will include dancers and choreographers Edwardo Brito, Madison Krekel, Mark Lamb, Sarah Pope, and Jennifer Wilenta.
Seasonal Saturday Sanctuary Salon Series Event
“On a String and a Prayer”
Saturday, May 10, 2014
Mark Lamb Dance and Metro Baptist Church
410 West 40th street (9th / 10th Aves)
New York, NY, USA
with special guest Tom Swafford
Tritticali becomes Quadritritticali. Tom Swafford, violinist and composer extraordinaire will be joining us for the first performance of “Mis(fit)”, an original string quartet by Leanne Darling, combining modern classical, blues with a rousing middle eastern finish. We’ll also play “Lost Spring”, an original quartet by Helen Yee, as well as a new Spanish arrangement by Tom.
We’re excited to play at the new location of this beloved Brooklyn venue. Freddy’s is in the heart of Park Slope on 5th ave. between 17th and 18th St. Hope to see you there!
Tritticali @ Freddy’s Backroom
Friday, March 22, 2013
9:00pm – All Ages
627 5th Ave between 17th & 18th St.
Brooklyn, NY 11215
We had a great time performing with Chris Ferris and Dancers, performing Loren’s music for string trio and electronics with added hammer dulcimer wizardry of Dan Joseph. If you missed the performance you can get a taste of it in these excerpts from the performances. Click the image to be taken to vimeo to view the video.
Tritticali just got a really nice write-up about our recent show at Cafe Vivaldi. Lucid Culture writes:
“Combining the exacting virtuosity of a classical ensemble with the wild improvisational edge of a jazz band, there’s no other group like them in the New York area.”
Check out the rest of the review here, and hope to see you at our next show!
We’re looking forward to our season opener at Caffe Vivaldi. We’ll be playing our usual eclectic mix of tunes, original, jazz, world and funk. The video is a declaration of our mission, from our May performance.
It’s a preview of our concert opening piece in May 2012 at the Brooklyn Conservatory. The video will take you to Facebook, but we’ll be putting up a few videos up elsewhere on the web soon. And while you’re in Facebook-land, you can “Like” Trio Tritticali too!
Tuesday, August 28, 9:30-11pm
32 Jones Street
New York, NY 10014
Trio Tritticali is throwing a party to celebrate our CD, Issue #1 and we’ll have a special guest, Todd Isler on drums and percussion. The Quadro-Tritticali sound adds extra dimension to a set of our tunes, and we’re freakin’ stoked to have you hear that. The details on our performance / celebration are below. There will be two sets of music, refreshments and plenty of fun. I do hope we’ll see you there.
Trio Tritticali CD Release Party
Wednesday, May 30, 2012 — 7:30 pm
Brooklyn Conservatory of Music
58 Seventh Avenue, Brooklyn, New York
$10 adults / $5 students
for more info, visit bqcm.org
Circuitous Body, April 22, 2012
Just in case you missed the performance, here is the first video from that magical, rainy night at Roulette. Trio Tritticali plus Dan Joseph on hammer dulcimer performed music composed by the trio’s cellist/composer, Loren Kiyoshi Dempster. Thanks to all who came out to see this live!
See more Chris Ferris on Vimeo.
Cherry blossoms in Linger Cafe's garden
This month at Linger we don’t know exactly what we’ll have in store for you. Maybe we’ll have some ‘double bow’ tunes courtesy of our cellist, Loren Dempster, perhaps our seasonal favorite Sakura in mixed meter, perhaps some previews of our upcoming Roulette show on April 22 with Chris Ferris Dance? What we do know: this is a comfortable, casual setting where we can experiment and surprise your ears, and Jessica can make your taste buds and tummy happy. We hope you’ll come on out to enjoy brunch with us!
Sunday, April 15, 2012, 1-3pm
Linger Café and Lounge
533 Atlantic Avenue (between 3rd – 4th Avs)
Brooklyn, NY, USA 11217