Le Boeuf Brothers – ‘HUSH’ Album Release
Sunday, April 30
An event every day that begins at 4:00 am, repeating indefinitely
Originally from Santa Cruz, California, identical twin brothers Remy & Pascal Le Boeuf—saxophone & piano, respectively—moved to New York in 2004 where they established their prominent musical voices as jazz performers and composers and founded Le Boeuf Brothers. Together, they have received 6 GRAMMY nominations for their innovative compositional projects, which span as broadly stylistically as they do collaboratively.
Their latest project, “HUSH” (2023), crafts an atmosphere of intimacy and solace with its innovative compositions and experimental recording techniques. Past projects include “imaginist” (2016) which received a Grammy nomination in collaboration with JACK Quartet; “House Without A Door” (2009) which the nee York Times called, “An impressively self-assured new album, which reaches for the gleaming cosmopolitanism of our present era,” “In Praise of Shadows” (2011), which “deftly blends elements of electronica with touches of indie rock and sophisticated jazz writing on this genre-defying project” (JazzTimes); and “Remixed” an “open-minded and masterfully crafted precursor of things to come” (All About Jazz) featuring remix collaborations with Knower, David Binney, and others.
In addition to their work as performers/composers with Le Boeuf Brothers, Remy and Pascal take part in a number of diverse projects. Remy is well known for his jazz orchestra work, leading Remy Le Boeuf’s Assembly of Shadows, working as the chief conductor of the Nordkraft Big Band in Denmark, and having written for the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis. He has also performed on projects led by Donny McCaslin, The Bob Mintzer Big Band, and HAIM. Remy has received commissions from Chamber Music America, the American Composers Forum, and the Copland Foundation. He is also the Director of Jazz and Commercial Music Studies at the University of Denver. Pascal performs with his trio featuring bassist Linda Oh and Justin Brown. He has played as support for D’Angelo’s Black Messiah tour, with Australian pop artist Meg Mac, jazz vocalist Allan Harris and the 15-piece gospel-funk band Jesus On the Mainline. Pascal is currently an Assistant Professor of Practice in Music and Technology at Vanderbilt University, and a Harold W. Dodds Honorific Fellow and Ph.D. candidate in Music Composition at Princeton University.
Remy Le Boeuf – Alto Sax
Pascal Le Boeuf – Piano
Martin Nevin – Bass
Peter Kronreif – Drums
Tickets – $25 – $35
Set 1: Reservations begin at 630. Bar open at 630.
Set 2: Reservations begin at 830.