October 3, 2011-Kevin Elaschuk interview


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By Rhythmaning-Kerilie McDowall and BC. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.
Vancouver trumpet player and composer Kevin Elaschuk joins Rhythmaning live on the telephone for a chat about his writing and recordings. Kevin Elaschuk has different musical groups he leads including the group ESQ, the Elaschuk/Ryga Quartet and the Kevin Elaschuk Quartet with Ross Taggart and also the Kevin Elaschuk Trio. Kevin also plays in the Tony Wilson Sextet, Peggy Lee's Film and Music and the group Soft Morning City. Kevin Elaschuk has some great recordings out and some of my favorites include Breakfast in Kamloops and Casual Coordinates with Kevin's group ESQ and Any Answers with the Elaschuk /Ryga Quartet. I also recommend listening to Kevin's playing on Tony Wilson's Sextet albums The Lowest Note and The People Look Like Flowers at Last. Kevin has been an important part of the Vancouver music scene for many years and has also taught jazz trumpet at Capilano University for the past decade. You can catch Kevin performing around the city of Vancouver and I highly recommend you catch him live. A highly creative and honest player Kevin has an approach to the craft of being a musician that you will love and enjoy for years to come. Creative improvisation at its best. Check out Kevin Elaschuk's website at www.eastsidequintet.com Kevin's recordings can be purchased at CD Baby. www.cdbaby.com/cd/elaschukrygaquartet www.cdbaby.com/cd/esqjazz

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