Jake Silverman, Piano
Tyrone Allen II, Bass
Max Light, guitar
Eviatar Slivnik, drums
Aidan Lombard, trumpet
Aidan Lombard earned a trumpet performance degree at the Frost School of Music. At Frost, he was a member of the Stamps Jazz Quintet, an ensemble formed every four years that awards its members full academic scholarship, room, board and a stipend. Currently, he is pursuing a Master’s degree at the Berklee Global Jazz Institute, Boston.
In 2013, Aidan was selected to play in the Grammy Jazz Orchestra and the Jazz Band of America. In 2014, he was the youngest of 12 semifinalists in the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition. More recently, Aidan was one of five finalists in the Carmine Caruso International Jazz Trumpet Competition.
Aidan has performed throughout the US and Europe sharing the stage with Chick Corea, Stanely Clarke, Terence Blanchard, Christian McBride, Brian Lynch, Dave Liebman, Wycliffe Gordon, Ndugu Chancelor, Tarus Mateen, Tim Green and others.
Max Light is a New York City based guitarist and a graduate of New England Conservatory. He has performed with Donny McCaslin, Jason Palmer, Guillermo Klein, and Noah Preminger among many others. In the summer of 2017 he was a featured artist at the New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival. He recently recorded a live album at Wally’s Jazz Club in Boston with Jason Palmer’s band that will be released on Steeplechase in Spring 2018.
Bassist Tyrone Allen grew up in Temple Hills, Maryland. In 2017, he graduated from the Eastman School of Music with a Bachelor of Music in classical bass and jazz bass, under the instruction of James VanDemark and Jeff Campbell, respectively. In summer 2015 he received a scholarship to attend the Banff International Workshop in Jazz and Creative Music directed by Vijay Iyer. He will be moving to Boston to attend the Berklee College of Music, to study within the Global Jazz Institute run by Danilo Pérez.
Eviatar Slivnik an Israeli born drummer studying at Berklee College of Music, While studying in Israeli, Eviatar performed with some of the world’s leading jazz musicians: Avishai Cohen, Mark Whitfield, Darren Barrett, Jason Palmer, Dida Pelled and most notably, Eli Degibri. Eviatar has become a core member of Eli’s band touring Europe.
In 2016 Eviatar was awarded a full scholarship from Berklee College of Music & the Bracha Foundation and studies with Terence Blanchard, Darren Barrett and Bob Gullotti. He expects to graduate with a Bachelor’s Degree in May 2018, pursuing a career in jazz performance.
Jake Silverman started playing piano at the age of 6. In 2010, the Maryland Higher Education Commission honored Jake with a Distinguished Scholar in the Arts Award. Jake was a Jazz Studies major at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music. He was awarded a merit-based Conservatory Dean’s Award. At Oberlin, Jake studied jazz piano and organ under the mentorship of Dan Wall. Jake also had the great fortune to interact with and study under Bobby Farrazza, Billy Hart, Jamey Haddad, Jay Ashby, and Gary Bartz. He attended graduate school at the Manhattan School of Music to obtain a Master’s of Music where he studied with Phil Markowitz. Soon after he began his DMA at the University of Southern California where he studies with Alan Pasqua an Russel Ferante.
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