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Live at Seneca One I The Remy Le Boeuf Quartet
Friday, March 18 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm$20
“RADIANT, UNCLUTTERED BEAUTY”
– San Francisco Chronicle
– New York times
Remy Le Boeuf is a Grammy-nominated composer and saxophonist whose music is rooted in the jazz tradition and overlaps into the contemporary classical realm, drawing on various influences from Aaron Copland to Charles Mingus. Le Boeuf is also the founder and director of the Assembly of Shadows jazz orchestra. He has worked with a range of collaborators including the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, HAIM, JACK Quartet, Knower, Linda Oh, and his identical twin brother Pascal, with whom he co-leads the Grammy-nominated ensemble, Le Boeuf Brothers.
Hailed by the New York Times for its “overwhelming beauty,” Le Boeuf’s Assembly of Shadows (2019), brings together haunting cinematic textures and melody-driven themes. Praised by the San Francisco Chronicle for its “radiant, uncluttered beauty,” Le Boeuf’s prior release, Light as a Word (2019), features a sextet of Le Boeuf’s long-time collaborators including Walter Smith III, Aaron Parks, Charles Altura, Matt Brewer, and Peter Kronreif.
In November of 2021, Le Boeuf releases another highly and anticipated work of art, Architecture of Storms, stemming from recording sessions in spring 2019, as well as new material recorded earlier this year.
Le Boeuf often employs literary elements to fuel his compositions as in his recent collaborative album imaginist (2016)—a collaboration between Le Boeuf Brothers and JACK Quartet. The term “imaginist” refers to the early 20th-century Russian poetry movement characterized by sequences of arresting images and long chains of metaphors. Imaginist is structured to unfold like a book. Past Le Boeuf Brothers projects include House Without A Door (2009), In Praise of Shadows (2011), and Remixed (2013).
Le Boeuf has received commissions and awards from SFJAZZ, Chamber Music America, The Jerome Foundation, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Symphonic Jazz Orchestra, Copland House, Copland Fund, National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts, American Composers Forum, Cafe Royal Cultural Foundation, New York Youth Symphony, University of Denver, Keio University, BMI, and the ASCAP Foundation.
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