Author Archives: chriswashburne
Honored to be playing with Marcus Roberts at the Catskill Jazz Factory all week
Jazz/Latino, inc. Presents Ahora, Latin/Jazz! 2014 Wednesday, May 14 – 7:00 pm, Lecture by Dr. Chris Washburne: “El Tema del Apolo: Latin Music in Harlem.” Sponsored by the Union College Department of Music and Jazz/Latino, inc. Free Admission.
Jazz/Latino, inc. Presents Ahora, Latin/Jazz! 2014 Wednesday, May 14 – 7:00 pm, Lecture by Dr. Chris Washburne: “El Tema del Apolo: Latin Music in Harlem.” Sponsored by the Union College Department of Music and Jazz/Latino, inc. … Continue reading
Please be sure to watch the latest episode of “The Inclusion Show with Wallace Ford” at with special guest, Latin jazz star performer, Professor Chris Washburne.
New great review of FFEAR’s Mirage in the Norwegian Press! For those who do not read Norwegian – translation – “FFFEAR ventures to places where no one else dares to go!” Nice – very trekky! “Unik utflukt Den norsk-amerikanske kvartetten … Continue reading
Here’s a review of Chris’ recent appearance with Eddie Palmieri at SOB’s in New York. Eddie Palmieri Sets SoHo on Fire In this era’s maze of weird tempos and microtones, sometimes some of us forget that jazz was the world’s default … Continue reading
Another great review of FFEAR’s newest release “Mirage” in the New York City Jazz Record. Thanks to writer Fred Bouchard for listening so carefully, thoughtfully, and deeply! FFEAR Review
We are celebrating our 15th season working with Carnegie Hall’s Educational programs. Read about the community work SYOTOS is doing with Carnegie Hall’s Musical Connections Program this year. We will be performing and conducting song writing workshops at Sing Sing … Continue reading
FFEAR’s Mirage makes it to the recommended list of new releases in the NYCjazzrecord.com NYC Jazz Record
Great reviews coming in of FFEAR’s newest release! FFEAR – Mirage 3/4 O’s Notes: FFEAR is Forum for Electro Acoustic Research, a quartet featuring Per Mathisen (b), Ole Mathisen (sax), Tony Moreno (d) and Chris Washburne (tb). They are free improvisers … Continue reading
New review of SYOTOS’s latest release! From the luxurious opener, the warm and senusous title track, Fields of Moon promises to be a singular Latin jazz experience. And as usual, Washburne and SYOTOS deliver. The writing, playing, and choice of material are sophisticated yet … Continue reading