Friday, December 16 2016
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Warren Wolf Quartet with Special Guest Antonio Hart

Warren Wolf on Vibes
Alex Brown on Piano
Kris Funn on Bass
Quincy Phillips on Drums
Antonio Hart on Saxophone

Warren Wolf is a multi-instrumentalist from Baltimore. From the young age of three, Warren has been trained on the Vibraphone/Marimba, Drums, and Piano. Under the guidance of his father Warren Wolf Sr., Warren has a deep background in all genres of music.

Warren attended the Peabody Preparatory for eight years studying classical music with former Baltimore Symphony Orchestra member Leo LePage. During his high school years at the Baltimore School for the Arts, he studied with current Baltimore Symphony Orchestra member John Locke. He then enrolled at Berklee College of Music where he studied with Carribean Jazz Vibraphonists Dave Samuels and Ed Saindon.

After two years of teaching at Berklee, Warren headed back to Baltimore where he landed the piano duties performing in the Rachael Price Group. Recording and touring with Rachael, Warren has had the opportunity to tour throughout the entire Unites States of America. Warren is currently the drummer of choice for Alto Saxophonist Tia Fuller, who tours with internationally renowned pop star Beyonce Knowles. Warren is also a member of the Donal Fox Group which includes bassist John Lockwood and drummers Dafnis Preito and Terri Lyne Carrington. Also, Warren tour and perform with Bobby Watson’s “Live and Learn” Sextet, Karriem Riggins “Virtuoso Experience” and Christian McBride & “Inside Straight”. With these three groups Warren has traveled the world. Warren has performed worldwide.

Warren has several recordings as a leader. He recently signed to the Mack Ave recording label. Another record will be released in the near future.

Antonio Hart is one of the most talented instrumentalist of his generation and as an important jazz educator. In his 20 years as a professional musician he has performed and recorded with many jazz greats from Dizzy Gillespie, Roy Hargrove, Nancy Wilson, Nat Adderley, and McCoy Tyner to Dave Holland. Hart’s Jazz studies began at the Berklee College of Music, Boston with Bill Pierce, Andy McGhee and Joe Viola. Drawing upon his time at Baltimore School for the Arts, in his sophomore year he became a Music Education Major. He spent three years touring with Roy Hargrove and recording Hargrove’s first three records. He even used Hargrove on his first recording “For the First Time.” After graduating from Berklee, Hart pursued a Master’s Degree at Queens College, where he learned from the great Jimmy Heath and Donald Byrd.Mr. Heath produced Hart's second recording “Don’t You Know I Care.” His 1997 release, ‘Here I Stand’ earned Hart a 1997 Grammy nomination for Best Jazz Instrumental Solo. He has been in much demand as a guest on over 100 recordings, and seven CDs as a leader. The latest is ‘All we Need’ on Chiaroscuro Records. After 12 years at Queens College Hart is a Full Professor. He maintains an extensive performance schedule and conducts workshops and clinics worldwide.

Tickets: $25 in advance/$28 at door/$10 full-time students with ID
Location: AN DIE MUSIK, 409 North Charles St Baltimore, MD 21201 410-385-2638,

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