Streaming Concert_#476: Renee Tannenbaum Quartet

An die Musik Live!

409 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21201

Renee Tannenbaum Quartet 5.1.22

Recorded on 5/1/22

Renée Tannenbaum, vocals
Jon Ozment, piano
Ephriam Wolfolk, bass
Gary Montanaro, drums

Born in Toronto, vocalist Renée Tannenbaum has lived in Washington, DC, since 2001, appearing as featured vocalist with Dial 251 for Jazz, Night & Day, the Seth Kibel Quartet and the Hot Club of DC gypsy jazz band, and now fronting her own combo. With her lyrical interpretations of standards in English, French, Spanish and Italian, Renée plays with the area’s top jazz musicians, bringing her warm and engaging energy to the city’s best music venues. Her CD Sway was released in 2006

Pianist Jon Ozment is a performer, instructor, composer and arranger. He holds a Master's Degree in Jazz Studies from the University of Maryland, College Park, and also pursued private study with Paul Bley. Known for his superb musicianship, Jon has performed extensively in the jazz and contemporary jazz field. He is currently Adjunct Professor of Jazz Piano at the University of Maryland in College Park and at the American University, and he has conducted artist residencies under the auspices of the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and the American Composers Forum.

Ephriam Wolfolk, a native of Pittsburgh, pursued a 26-year career in The United States Air Force Band, where he started on tuba, and later switched to the bass. After retiring from The United States Air Force, Mr. Wolfolk performed as principal bassist with the Annapolis Symphony andl as sectional bassist in the Baltimore, Virginia, Roanoke, and Soulful Symphonies. As an outstanding chamber musician, he has performed with Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra in Philadelphia, and the Silver String Quintet on several Washington Performing Arts concerts. Concurrent with a very active symphonic career, he has performed and recorded as a jazz bassist with internationally acclaimed stars Ahmad Jamal, Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, David Baker, Diane Schurr, Sonny Stitt, and The Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra.

Gary Montanaro is a professional jazz drummer who has been performing in the DC metropolitan area for over 20 years. Originally from New York, he minored in music at Towson University where he studied under Berklee Graduate drum instructor, Grant Menefee, and went on to study privately with some of the area’s finest jazz drummers such as Dominic Smith. Gary was fortunate to receive several lessons with the late, great local jazz drumming legend, Mike Smith. Coordinator and Manager of Houston’s Woodmont Grill’s “Live Jazz Nightly” venue for over 12 years, he performed five nights a week there prior to the pandemic.

Streaming Cost: $15
Link will remain active for one week

Donations welcomed

Upcoming Events

Thu, June 27, 7:00 PM

Anna-Lisa Kirby Reimagines the Music of Leonard Cohen

In-person Attendance →

Thu, June 27, 7:00 PM

Anna-Lisa Kirby Reimagines the Music of Leonard Cohen

Get Access to the Live Stream →

Fri, June 28, 7:00 PM

Sam Newsome & Max Johnson

In-person Attendance →

Fri, June 28, 7:00 PM

Sam Newsome & Max Johnson

Get Access to the Live Stream →

Sat, June 29, 7:00 PM

Songs of Freedom with Keith Snipes

In-person Attendance →

Sat, June 29, 7:00 PM

Songs of Freedom with Keith Snipes

Get Access to the Live Stream →

Sun, June 30, 4:00 PM

Brian Kooken Trio "Groovin' On" CD release concert

In-person Attendance →

Sun, June 30, 4:00 PM

Brian Kooken Trio "Groovin' On" CD release concert

Get Access to the Live Stream →

Mon, July 1, 7:00 PM

Dave Mosko & Saul Dautch Quintet feat. Quincy Phillips

In-person Attendance →

Mon, July 1, 7:00 PM

Dave Mosko & Saul Dautch Quintet feat. Quincy Phillips

Get Access to the Live Stream →

Sat, July 13, 8:00 PM

Nick Sjostrom "1rregardle55" album release show

In-person Attendance →

Sat, July 13, 8:00 PM

Nick Sjostrom "1rregardle55" album release show

Get Access to the Live Stream →

Wed, July 24, 7:00 PM

Stephen Philip Harvey Octet Double Live Tour

In-person Attendance →

Wed, July 24, 7:00 PM

Stephen Philip Harvey Octet Double Live Tour

Get Tickets →

Quarantine Concert Series_#115: Carl Cornwell Quartet

Get Web Access to the Video →

Quarantine Concert Series_#116: Bill Heid Trio Three-peat

Get Web Access to the Video →

Quarantine Concert Series_#117: Wolf/Patrick/Jackson

Get Web Access to the Video →

Quarantine Concert Series_#118: Greg Thompkins and Olde SkooL Band

Get Web Access to the Video →

Quarantine Concert Series_#119: Cellist Sydney Bennett

Get Web Access to the Video →

Quarantine Concert Series_#121: Renee Tannenbaum Trio

Get Web Access to the Video →

Quarantine Concert Series #47: Bill Heid Trio

Get Web Access to the Video →

Quarantine Concert Series_#122: Amit Peled: Beethoven's 250th Celebration

Get Web Access to the Video →

Quarantine Concert Series #48: Lafayette Gilchrist & Kevin Pinder

Get Web Access to the Video →

Quarantine Concert Series_#123: Gabrielle Goodman and Friends

Get Web Access to the Video →

Quarantine Concert Series #49: Ronn McFarlane, lutenist

Get Web Access to the Video →

Quarantine Concert Series_#124: Eric Kennedy and Joel Santiago

Get Web Access to the Video →

Quarantine Concert Series_#125: Linda Harris and Light Switch Band

Get Web Access to the Video →

Quarantine Concert Series_#126: Mayu Saeki, flute & Warren Wolf, piano

Get Web Access to the Video →

Quarantine Concert Series # 9: Robin Bullock

Video of his Quarantine Concert #9 →

Streaming Concert_#314: Chris Barrick Band

Get Web Access to the Video →

Streaming Concert_#315: Mathuin Smith Quartet Live Stream

Get Web Access to the Video →