CUBED (Brandeis School Students) & THE HACKJAMMERS
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Thursday, April 4 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm$10
An accomplished conductor and musical director, Jesse has a number of graduate degrees in music (B.M., M.M., M.M.Ed). He has toured both Europe and the entire United States after winning a concerto competition for the Marin Symphony. He has recorded with the Taipei Symphony on the “live” Air Supply album “Now and Forever” and later performed with the Boston Philharmonic. Over the last decade+, he has brought his awesome talents to The Red Rocker Experience, Rock Skool, and previously HOT FOR TEACHER.
In 1999, he began his career teaching music at the Brandeis Marin School. As the Music Director and Instructor, he has guided his students’ musical futures – some go on to become songwriters, some choose to major in music at college, and one ofJesse’s students became the lead guitarist for singer John Legend. Jesse has also twice been nominated for a Grammy award.
Bob grew up in Massachusetts and has played in multiple bands since his teen years. While he cut his teeth on rock and pop hits from the era, he took to jazz later in life, and has recently been working on blues piano to support his rock keyboards with HackJammers. Bob is influenced by a range of artists from Jon Lord of Deep Purple to jazz pianists from the post bebop era.
Born and raised in San Francisco, Walter’s interest in drumming began at age 6 after hearing the backbeat of the song “Satisfaction”. The TV show “The Monkees” inspired him to take up the instrument only a short while later. Playing professionally since 1978, Walter’s influences span many genres including rock, pop, r&b, soul, Latin jazz and jazz fusion. Walter has studied privately with Dan Sabanovich for many years, and taken lessons from some of the best of the best, including Elvin Jones, Terry Bozzio, Rick Latham, Steve Smith and Simon Phillips.
Having grown up playing classical piano, Roberto “Bert” Bayardo switched to guitar at the age of 18 when he realized it would be too difficult to take his Steinway to college. His playing is heavily influenced by musicians from his home state of Texas, including Stevie Ray Vaughn, Chris Duarte, and Eric Johnson. Not content to be just another Texas guitar slinger, his other musical interests span a variety of genres ranging from jam bands to progressive rock and metal.
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