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Warren Vaché to join Dave Roth Trio for evening of jazz at Moravian
(Bethlehem, Pennsylvania) - Renowned jazz musician Warren Vaché Jr. will join Moravian College jazz piano faculty instructor Dave Roth, bassist Paul Rostock, and drummer Glenn Davis for a concert on January 23, 2004 at 8 p.m. in Foy Concert Hall, Moravian College. General admission is $12 and $6 for Senior Citizens, students with I.D., and children 12 and under.
An accomplished cornet, trumpet, and flugelhorn player, Vaché’s music has spanned every style and era in the history of music. He has performed at every major jazz venue throughout the world, including Condon’s and the Blue Note, Perugia (Italy), Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Vienna Opera, and Royal Festival Hall (London). He has also appeared at festivals such as the Newport Jazz Festival and the North Sea Jazz Festival.
Strongly influenced by jazz greats such as Louis Armstrong, George “Pee Wee” Erwin (with whom he studied for many years), Roy Eldridge, Bobby Hackett, Clifford Brown, Blue Mitchell, and Billy Butterfield, Vaché has developed a musical style all his own. He has recorded over 35 albums, including the award-winning “2gether” with Bill Charlap. Some of his other albums include “Polished Brass,” “Easy Going,” “Warm Evenings” with the Beaux-Arts String Quartet, “Horn of Plenty,” “An Affair to Remember,” “The Best Thing for You,” “Mrs. Vaché’s Boys” with Alan Vache, “Warren plays Warren” with Randy Sandke, “What is There to Say” with Joe Puma, and “Swingtime” with the NYC Big Band.
Vaché also composed and performed music for the movie “Luckiest Man in the World” and has performed on the soundtrack for other films, including “Money Pays,” “Biloxi Blues,” “Simon,” and “The Dain Curse.” He trained actor Richard Gere for his role in the movie “The Cotton Club.” Vaché is currently a charter member of the faculty of the Juilliard Jazz Program.
Foy Hall is located on the Priscilla Payne Hurd Campus at Church and Main Streets in historic Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. For more information, call 610-861-1650 or visit Moravian College on the Web at www.moravian.edu.