A look inside The Jazz Gallery

Ryan Keberle, Camila Meza, Pedro Giraudo. Photos courtesy of the artists.

This past June, Ryan Keberle released The Hope I Hold (Greenleaf), the trombonist’s fourth album with his working band, Catharsis. The album finds Keberle in his favored exploratory mode, writing music that draws from diverse practices and keeps its eye fixed on greater socio-political issues. The album is composed of two contrasting “sets” so to speak—the opening “Hope I Hold Suite,” featuring the full band plus guest multi-instrumentalist Scott Robinson, and a set of tunes for a stripped down Catharsis trio, featuring Keberle, bassist Jorge Roeder, and guitarist/vocalist Camila Meza. Take a listen to Roeder’s evocative composition “Peering,” performed live in the studio, below.

This Tuesday, October 29, Keberle and the Catharsis Trio will come to The Jazz Gallery for two sets. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear the band’s wide ranging and passionate music in an intimate space.

The Catharsis Trio plays The Jazz Gallery on Tuesday, October 29, 2019. The group features Ryan Keberle on trombone, keyboards, & voice; Camila Meza on voice & guitar; and Pedro Giraudo on bass & voice. Sets are at 7:30 and 9:30 P.M. $15 general admission (FREE for members), $20 reserved cabaret seating ($10 for members) for each set. Purchase tickets here.