Trumpeter Terell Stafford was the recent guest soloist with the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra. Jazz Northwest’s Jim Wilke recorded them and will air one of the concerts on Sunday. From his announcement, here are details.
…Stafford played a three-concert series in February as special guest with the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra. The final performance was recorded for Jazz Northwest to air Sunday, March 6 at 2 PM Pacific on 88.5 KPLU and streaming at kplu.org. Compositions by Duke Ellington, Michael Brecker and Chick Corea are among the highlights included on the broadcast.
Terell Stafford has appeared with Jazz at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall Jazz Band, Kenny Barron, Bobby Watson, McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Heath, Matt Wilson, The Clayton Brothers and Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra, among others. He has been on more than 130 albums, his most recent album as a leader is BrotherLee Love, a tribute to Lee Morgan.
Go here for a Rifftides Monday Recommendation review of Stafford’s Morgan album. Here’s Morgan’s “Hocus Pocus” by Stafford with Tim Warfield, tenor saxophone; Bruce Barth, piano; Peter Washington, bass; and Dana Hall, drums.