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Alex Hiele Paris Jazz Combo

October 6 @ 3:00 pm

Preservation New Jersey and the New Jersey Jazz Society welcome the Alex Hiele Paris Jazz Combo back to the 1867 Sanctuary for their program, Under the Provence Sky. The combo features Alex Hiele, on bass, Steve Rice on piano and acordion, and David Stier on drums.

Alex Hiele

Alex Hiele, founder of the Alex Hiele Paris Jazz Combo, is from Paris, France and moved to the U.S. in 2005. He has played all over the globe (Moscow, Berlin, London, Paris, Madrid, Barcelona, New York). He studied at the conservatory of Paris and quickly became the city’s most in demand Bass player. He toured in Europe with The Spirit of Life Ensemble featuring Ted Curson, recorded three albums with Mina Agossi, toured in Europe in a quartet featuring Mark Turner in 96 and co-wrote an album featuring Russian, French and American musicians in 2003. Alex co-wrote an album featuring French and Malian musicians in 2000. He also lead a classical trio playing a mix of Haydn, Frank Zappa and Jimi Hendrix pieces featuring Russian violinist, Alexei Aigui. Alex was also very active in the underground jazz scene in Paris from the late 90’s to 2005 and taught at the conservatory. He played at the Cape May Jazz festival festival in 2010,the West Oak Lane Jazz Festival (Philadelphia) in 2009 as well as New York jazz clubs (Sweet Rhythm, Jazz Standard, Tonic, Joes Pub, Bitter End, the Cutting Room and Cleopatra’s Needle) as well as clubs in New Jersey and the Philadelphia area,and got a record deal with seargent major records and a publishing deal with BMI LONDON for commercials and movies.

Steve Rice
Steve Rice

Steve Rice is a pianist/ composer/ accordionist new to the Philadelphia area. Steve spent the last 25 years based out of Seattle, WA where he toured and recorded with a large eclectic mix of jazz and world music groups including the Harry James Orchestra, the Mazeltones (Klezmer), Gary Gibson (calypso-jazz fusion), Jean Jacques Perrey (electronica) and “Walk All Ways” (third stream). Steve’s musical personality starts with Bebop, then veers thoughtfully and widely fromthat center. Steve is a graduate of Berklee College of Music where he received a degree in Film Scoring and received the Oscar Peterson award. Steve’s jazz compositions and recordings have been heard in many popular television shows including The Big Bang Theory, The Blacklist, and Sons of Anarchy and films including Storks, Identity Thief, and Passengers.

David Stier
David Stier

Drummer Dave Stier has 30 years of experience performing with a wide range of music ensembles. He studied music at Chapman University near Los Angeles, California where he was taught by noted jazz drummer and co-founder of the Los Angeles Jazz Quartet, Kevin Tullius. David also studied with jazz drummer, Tony Denicola, an influential music professor at The College of New Jersey well known for working with Harry James, Charlie Ventura, Kenny Davern and many other jazz icons. David has worked with many area musicians including Darla and Rich Tarpinian, Michelle Wiley and Jeannie Brooks. He has been both a leader and has had supporting positions in groups ranging from small combos to Big Bands.

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New Jersey Jazz Society

Preservation New Jersey is pleased that the New Jersey Jazz Society (NJJS) is co-sponsoring jazz events at the 1867 Sanctuary. We encourage fans of our jazz concerts and jazz musicians to join NJJS at www.njjs.org so they receive their award-winning Jersey Jazz journal 11 times a year and other special benefits, including a $5 discount on tickets to Jazz Music Series concerts at the 1867 Sanctuary at Ewing!

Tri-State Jazz Society
Tri-State Jazz Society

Preservation New Jersey also welcomes members of the Tri-State Jazz Society (www.tristatejazz.org) to our Jazz Music Series concerts. We also offer a $5 discount on General Admission for current TJJS members!

Wheelchair accessibleThe 1867 Sanctuary Arts and Culture Center is wheelchair-accessible through a wheelchair ramp through the gate on the left side of the building. All parking is across the street in the Ewing Presbyterian Church lots, including an inner ring across the street for disabled parking. Passengers may be dropped off at the curb directly in front of the main entrance; please use your hazard flashers when stopped there. Concert parking is recommended in the north lot (by the field closest to I-295). For your safety, please cross at the marked crosswalk and press the yellow button to activate flashers.

To Purchase Tickets

  • $20 for General Admission
  • $15 for Members of the New Jersey Jazz Society
  • $15 for Members of the Tri-State Jazz Society
  • $15 for Friends of the Sanctuary
  • $5 for School and College students with ID
  • $15 per person for Groups of 10 or more**

Tickets can be purchased online or reserved at the box office for payment by cash, check or credit card by calling 609-392-6409 or emailing 1867sanctuary@preservationnj.org. Tickets may also be purchased at the door as space allows.

For online purchases, PLEASE PRINT AND KEEP YOUR RECEIPT emailed from PayPal. You will not be mailed tickets. While our notification from PayPal is usually sufficient, the receipt will provide your proof of purchase, particularly for same-day purchases.

**GROUP RATES (10 or more people). Group rates apply only to advance online sales and must be purchased in quantities of 10 or more within a single purchase. Group rate tickets cannot be purchased at the box office prior to the concert.


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Details

Date:
October 6
Time:
3:00 pm
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Venue

1867 Sanctuary at Ewing
101 Scotch Road + Google Map