Archives: Bob Hallahan

Jazz in the East

For a week in November, some of Richmond’s finest jazz musicians performed at a jazz festival in Turkey, where VCU alumnus Emre Kartari founded the country’s first jazz educational institution. For Kartari and musicians like Doug Richards, Skip Gailes, and Howard Curtis, it was a reunion of sorts. For VCU Jazz students Ben Heemstra, Andrew Randazzo, and Lucas Fritz, it was the trip of a lifetime.

Drop the Needle #2: The Bob Hallahan edition

For Round 2 of our new series, Richmond musicians really stepped up. It’s a snapshot of jazz and creative music in our city at this very moment. It’s Drop the Needle.

The Hanley man can

Pianist Wells Hanley is taking over the job that Bob Hallahan is leaving after this semester. VCU’s Jazz Piano Instructor position is all his, and there’s no one who’s more qualified than him.

RJS Presents Nat Reeves

Richmond Jazz Society’s Guest Educators Series VA Jazz bassist and International Recording Artist NAT REEVES With The Bob Hallahan Quartet Tuesday, June 9, 2009, 7PM Doors open at 6PM Capital Ale House Downtown Music Hall 623 East Main Street Free Deck Parking at 6th & Main Advance Tix: $10 with valid RJS, Altria or Student […]

VCU Faculty Recital and Workshop a Success

by Maggie Schlageter “Jazz is like water,” stated Victor Dvoskin. The VCU Faculty Jazz Trio composed of Bob Hallahan (piano), Victor Dvoskin (bass) and Tony Martucci (drums) presented a recital and workshop where talent and wisdom flowed seamlessly from each individual, swirling together and washing over the audience. The trio performed March 19th at 7:30 […]

Live Music at Infuzion

VCU Jazz Prof. Bob Hallahan will be performing SAT 2/9 from 8-11p at Infuzion Bistro and Lounge, 1401 Roseneath Road (two blocks north of Broad, in a renovated 1940s-era warehouse), with bassist/alumnus Randall Pharr and VCU Jazz alumnus Aaron Binder on drums. On Tuesdays from 8-10pm, Hallahan also performs in a duo format with VCU […]

An Eventful Weekend

This weekend in and around Richmond: Friday, February 1 WRIR Turns 3 Party – A Party for the Rest of Us featuring No BS Brass BandAlso performing will be Erin Tobey, Dead Goats, and Tulsa Drone. No BS goes on at 8:45. More info @ BallroomAll ages, $10 donation7 pm – midnight[where: 107 W. […]