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This streamed concert—the live version of which took place in Jordan Hall for on December 2nd. 2021— is the culmination of the Grow Your Art residency with guest artist

Cécile McLorin Salvant.

Domenico Botelho - Double Bass.

Pianist Ran Blake joins Ken Schaphorst and the NEC Jazz Orchestra for a performance of his own "Magic Row" blended with Ken Schaphorst's "Blues for Gunther." Both works are dedicated to and inspired by Gunther Schuller, the composer, conductor, jazz educator, author, and musical visionary who served as New England Conservatory president from 1967-1977, and founded NEC's seminal jazz studies program in 1969. This concert, which took place in NEC's Jordan Hall on December 5th, 2019, was the third in a series celebrating the 50th anniversary of the program.

Domenico Botelho - Double Bass.

Drummer George Schuller, a New England Conservatory alumnus and son of former NEC President Gunther Schuller, composed "MBS" in memory of his mother, Marjorie Black Schuller. "MBS" harkens strongly back to George's years leading the formative Boston jazz ensemble Orange The Blue. The NEC Jazz Orchestra performs, conducted by Ken Schaphorst, with featured soloists Domenico Botelho, double bass, Samantha Spear, alto saxophone, and Daniel Hirsch, trumpet. George Schuller is on drums. This performance took place in NEC's Jordan Hall on December 5, 2019, as part of an NEC Jazz50 program celebrating Gunther Schuller and the 50th anniversary of the innovative jazz program he founded at NEC in 1969.

In October 2019, Grammy Award-winning Mexican-American jazz drummer and NEC alum Antonio Sanchez performed with the NEC Jazz Orchestra in NEC's Jordan Hall. Domenico Botelho - Double Bass.

Performed at Jordan hall NEC by the "Jazz Composers Workshop Orchestra" on December 14th. 2021 Composed and conducted by Domenico Botelho.


The Bach Trio with Domenico Botelho - bass Henry Godfrey - percussion Ben Schwendener - piano & casiotone.

Recorded at Gravity Arts Studio 12.7.21

Domenico Botelho - Double Bass Solo,

"Yesterday", (Lennon/ McCartney.

Domenico Botelho - Double Bass Solo,

"Three Coins in the Fountain", Hank Mobley.

CubeJazz Trio: "Brigas Nunca Mais", Tom Jobim.

CubeJazz Trio: "Caatinga", Domenico Botelho.

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