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MP3 Chris DeRosa - Inner Voicings
A beautiful collection of compositions reminiscent of the late 70''s early 80''s ECM soundscapes. Among the tunes are several vocal jazz standards to round out this sonic journey.
9 MP3 Songs
JAZZ: Modern Creative Jazz, JAZZ: Jazz Vocals
1. Big Country
3. My Rainbow
4. Stormy Weather
6. Yardbird Suite
8. My Funny Valentine
Chris DeRosa: Drums
Tom Lippincott: Guitar
Mike Mennell: Bass
Adriana Samargia: Vocals (Tracks 4-9)
Ron Dziubla: Saxaphone (Track 3)
Chris DeRosa is a Professional Drummer/Composer who currently lives in New York City, but his experience has taken him to many parts of the world (over 40 countries).
As a well-versed Seasoned Drummer Chris has studied at both The Berklee College of Music where he received the prestigious Buddy Rich Jazz Masters scholarship and at the University Of Miami where he was the recipient of the Bowman Ashe scholarship for artistic and academic achievement. There he also received his Studio Music/Jazz Performance degree.
Chris has played and/or recorded with the likes of Deborah Harry and Chris Stein (Blonde), Skinner Box, Motorbaby, The Deep Down, The Congregation Of Vapors, Kim Fahy (The Mabuses), ECA Jazz Ensemble, Nate Ouderkirk, E-trance, Ben Stivers (MatchBox 20), Jonathan and Victor (Camper Van Beethoven), Nori Nori, Tony Scherr (Norah Jones, Al DiMeola), Fluffer, Yoshiaki Masuo (Sonny Rollins, Jack Dejohnette), Cross Currents, Lolita Jackson Quintet, Tom Jennings, Jon Cowherd, Leo Traversa, Vibrolush, Redeemer, Jefferson Thomas, Paul Mark & The Van Dorens, Magnet (Replacing Moe Tucker of the Velvet Underground), The Five Satins, Air-O-Sol, Matt Bonelli (BeeGee''s), Collider, Liquid, Mark White (The Spin Doctors), Yale University Big Band, Ron Dziubla (Ricky Martin, Chayanne), Willie Ruff, Bill Brown Quartet, Jeff Baker (a.k.a King Django), Matthew Brubeck, Chris DeRosa Group, Broadway Shows Oh! Calcutta (National and International Tours), Grease, Songs Of Paradise, Mikado, and such Producers as Daniel Rey (White Zombie, Ramones), Steve Eigner (Nelly), Jon Brion (Fiona Apple, Aimee Mann, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind), Roger Fife (Tricky), Kramer (Urge Overkill, Ween, Butthole Surfers, Daniel Johnston).
In The World Of Dance Chris Has Performed, Composed, Or Accompanied Barbara Feldman Dance Co., Gus Solomons jr, Ron Brown/Evidence, Elisa Monte Dance, David Brown, Andrea E. Woods (Souloworks), Kun-Yang Lin, Ellis Wood Dance, Kosad, Peridance, David Dorfman Dance, Bebe Miller, Ana Marie Forsythe, Mark Morris Dance Group, Sean Curran, Gina Gibney Dance, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Douglas Nielsen, Doug Varone And Dancers, Larry Keigwin, Kevin Wynn, Donald Byrd, Jennifer Muller, 2nd Avenue Dance Co., The Island Moving Company, Joy Kellman, Dance Space Inc., Zeynep Tanbay, Jose'' Limon Dance Foundation, Nicholas Leichter (nicholasleichterdance), Columbia University (Barnard), Paul Taylor Dance Co., University of Utah https://www.tradebit.com Dance among others.
Chris Has Lectured at Marymount Manhattan College (Adjunct Professor), The NYACK School Of Music (Guest Lecturer), and at NYU''s Tisch School of the Arts (Staff Musician, Guest Lecturer), as well as Freelancing with some very talented artists.
As a creative drummer Chris has been featured in both Modern Drummer and DRUM! Magazines. Chris plays all styles of music (ie. Rock, Reggae, Jazz, Latin, Brazilian, Pop, Afro, and Solo drumming) and has released many offerings as both a leader and a sideman. Chris has performed on among others WXPN’s (Philadelphia) “World Cafe”, WDST’s (Woodstock) “Sessions”, has toured the Middle East for the Armed Forces in support of our troops, and toured China as part of a Jazz Cultural Exchange.
Chris Is Endorsed By Vic Firth Drumsticks, Sabian Cymbals, Evans Drum Heads, Brady Snare Drums, RhythmTech, and Grover Pro Percussion.
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