The music of pianist Emilio Teubal effortlessly spans across diverse countries, styles, and sounds. Teubal grew up in Argentina and was an active member of the tango scene in Buenos Aires before coming to study jazz in New York in 1999. His current ensemble puts instruments traditionally associated with tango, the cello and clarinet, in dialogue with the modern electric guitar and electric bass. The result is music that has been described as “painterly,” “imaginative, dreamy,” and “…as near to perfection as you can get.”
The Jazz Gallery is proud to present the Emilio Teubal Ensemble this Thursday, March 26th, 2015. For a little taste of Teubal’s impressionistic tunes, check out the group performing at ShapeShifter Lab in the video below.
The Emilio Teubal Ensemble plays The Jazz Gallery on March 26th, 2015. The group features Mr. Teubal’s piano and compositions, as well as Sam Sadigursky on clarinet and saxophone, Franco Pinna on drums, Moto Fukushima on electric bass, Brad Shepik on electric guitar, Adam Fischer on cello, and Josh Deutsch on trumpet. Sets are at 8 and 10 p.m. $15 general admission ($10 for members) for the first set, $10 general admission ($8 for members) for the second. Purchase tickets here.