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I See The Moon by Trevor Giancola

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Album Title: Fundamental
Label: Self Produced
Released: 2016

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Fiona's Comments

Refined player, not unlike Jim Mullen's playing. Perfect Sunday listening.

About the Album

Guitarist Trevor Giancola is becoming a staple of Toronto’s thriving jazz and creative music scene.  He has performed as a member of the The Mike Murley Quartet, The Kelly Jefferson Quartet, Boptarts featuring Seamus Blake, John Macleod Big Band among others. He has shared the stage with Sophie Millman, Dave Douglas, Seamus Blake, John Abercrombie, Donny McCaslin and the who's who of the Toronto Jazz Scene.  Trevor has been featured on CBC Radio 1, BT Breakfast Television, and Canada AM. The Trevor Giancola Trio and Quartet showcase original music and have been performing at clubs and Jazz Festivals since 2004. Trevor received his Bachelor of Arts in Jazz Performance from TRU via Humber College and has studied with Peter Bernstein, Ben Street, Ben Monder, Lage Lund, Gilad Hekselman, Mike Moreno, Drew Gress, John Abercrombie, and other Toronto-based guitarists.

Personnel

Additional Personnel

Trevor Giancola: Guitar; Neil Swainson: Bass; Adam Arruda: Drums

Date featured

June 23, 2016

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