Although he’s D.C.-based, drummer Tony Martucci plays a significant role for VCU Jazz as the Drum Set Professor. He plays in Richmond from time to time, but as you can see here, he plays some pretty serious gigs back home. Check out two of them that he has coming up in the next month. (1) […]
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On Friday night, Glenn Wilson Quartet graced us with their presence for an incredible performance at The Camel. We’ve got the photos to bring the show back to life.
Baritone saxophonist Glenn Wilson returns to Richmond on Friday evening with his quartet’s performance at The Camel! RVAJazz is putting on this event that is sure to be an exciting homecoming for the past Richmonder.
Next Friday, baritone saxophonist Glenn Wilson will be making his return back to Richmond with a performance at The Camel. His band will consist of regular collaborators guitarist Rory Stuart, bassist Jimmy Masters, and drummer Tony Martucci. In his own words, he discusses the origin of his group, The Jazzmaniacs, in Richmond and his musical career that has taken place here.
RVAjazz will present a performance by baritone saxophonist and past Richmonder Glenn Wilson and his quartet of Rory Stuart (guitar), Jimmy Masters (bass), and Tony Martucci (drums), on Friday, October 30, 2009, at 8pm at The Camel. Tickets are $5 and will be available at the door.
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 […]