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John Yao's Triceratops Cd Release Celebration at Terraza 7 Live Music

John Yao uploaded this event on October 2, 2019


Terraza 7 Live Music
40-19 Gleane St
Queens, NY

John Yao's Triceratops Cd Release Celebration at Terraza 7 Live Music


Wed, October 23, 2019
8:00 pm

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With its dual saxophone and trombone frontline, John Yao's Triceratops is a force as formidable as the majestic three-horned dinosaur it's named after - especially with the thundering voices of Yao's trombone and saxophonists Billy Drewes and Jon Irabagon front and center.

Triceratops’ debut album, "How We Do"(set for release on October 18, 2019 via See Tao Recordings), is the latest showcase for Yao’s composing and arranging gifts, previously evidenced in his work with his own quintet and his adventurous big band, the 17-Piece Instrument. Yao’s writing for Triceratops corrals the audacious virtuosity of the three horn masters, propelled by the vigorous rhythm tandem of bassist Peter Brendler and drummer Mark Ferber....

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