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V. Shayne Frederick At Phila City Institute

V.Shayne Frederick At Phila City Institute

As part of Jazz Appreciation Month, during April of 2017, PJP collaborated with Philadelphia’s Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy to present four special concerts in various public spaces around the city. These concerts were presented at facilities under the auspices of the Free Library of Philadelphia and Parks & Recreation.

 

We selected four ensembles who are quite different from each other and demonstrate the broad and diverse possibilities of contemporary Jazz music. This particular concert was captured in audio and we share it with you here now.

 

Download V. Shayne Frederick At Phila City Institute Mixtape Below


On the evening of Monday, April 17, 2017, vocalist & pianist V. Shayne Frederick, guitarist Jeff Scull, bassist Justin Sekelewski and percussionist Jose Claudio served up a heaping, helping of Great American Songbook nuggets, with a side order of Soul in Center City at the Philadelphia City Institute.

 

The compositions are as follows:

2. Miss Brown To You 
3. Caravan (Written by Duke Ellington)
4. Mood Indigo (Written by Duke Ellington)
5. Open The Door Dear (Written by Betty Carter)
6. Yes Sir, That's My Baby 
7. Our Day Will Come   
8. This Little Light of Mine (Arranged by Paul Giess)

 

 

Downloading: To download, click the download links below, when page with audio appears, let it download to your browser and then go to File/Save Page As... Be sure to save file as mp3.

 

V. Shayne Frederick At Phila City Institute CD CoverV. SHAYNE FREDERICK

Released March 2019

 

Music performed by V. Shayne Frederick, Jeff Scull, Justin Sekelewski & Jose Claudio. Mixed & edited at Lynasha Studios by Homer Jackson

 

Duration: 46 minutes

File Size: 66 MB

 

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MUSICIAN BIOS:

 

V Shayne V. Shayne Frederick is a pianist, vocalist, arranger and musical director with a career spanning two decades. He has performed at venues like historic Minton's in Harlem, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Kimmel Center, the Barnes Foundation, SugarHouse Casino, Suzanne Roberts Theater, Resorts Casino, South Jazz Parlor, World Café Live and the African-American Museum in Philadelphia. He has also been featured in the John Coltrane Jazz Festival, Center City Jazz Festival, Lancaster Avenue Jazz & Arts Festival, and the Piton International Film Festival in the Caribbean island of St. Lucia. Cited by the Broad Street Review as “one of the region’s busiest and best jazz singers,” V. Shayne has been appointed “one to watch” and a “shining light" by All About Jazz. His debut album, "Lovesome," is set for release Spring 2019.

 

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Jeff ScullJeff Scull is a jazz guitarist, composer, and teacher who has been active in the Philadelphia Jazz scene for the past 15 years. He is a graduate of the University of the Arts and holds a master's degree in Jazz studies. He has worked with various Philly musicians including V. Shayne Frederick, Kendrah Butler, Nimrod Speaks, Don Glanden, Larry McKenna, Paul Jost, and many others. Scull has performed at World Cafe Live, Saitama Arena (Japan), South Kitchen & Jazz Parlour, Cibo Ristorante Italiano, Chris' Jazz Cafe, The Saffron House, Paris Wine Bar, Sassafras, Tritone, and the Reserve Wine Bar. He also worked with the Philadelphia Jazz Project as the Music Director for their Frosty 3 Holiday Concert in 2015.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Justin SekelewskiJustin Sekelewski is a graduate of the Esther Boyer College of Music at Temple University. Mr. Sekelewski has performed with Terell Stafford, Branford Marsalis, Benny Golson, Joanna Pascale, Jerry Weldon, and many other notable jazz musicians from the Philadelphia area. He has toured nationally and internationally, including appearances at the Hague Jazz Festival and the Detroit Jazz Festival, and performed in such venues as the Kimmel Center, Carnegie Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Chris’ Jazz Cafe and Ortlieb’s Jazzhaus. Among many other groups that Mr. Sekelewski works with consistently, one has released their debut recording which is Najwa Parkins & The After Hours Trio, “Not The Next Someone Else.” The group was recently a 2012 featured artist at the legendary jazz club, The Deerhead Inn.

 

 

 

 

 

Jose ClaudioJose Claudio, drummer, percussionist and composer was born and raised in Philadelphia, PA, and educated in the Philly public school system. Jose is rhythmically fluent, whether performing on the drum kit or congas, on any given genre. A student of music at an early age and formally, since the age of 12, was also trained as a percussionist at Mastbaum High School, where he majored in music.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Special Thanks: Kathryn Ott Lovell - Commissioner: Philadelphia Parks & Recreation, Kelly Lee - Chief Cultural Officer: Philadelphia Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy, Perry Genovisi and the staff at the Free Library of Philadelphia, Chip Powell, Steve Rowland, Karen Smith, Bill Johnson, Lynn Washington, J. Michael Harrison, James Solomon, Asha Jackson, Julia Lopez, Melissa Talley Palmer and Stephanie Seiple.

 

 

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