The pianist/composer plays solo and with her trio featuring Lindsey Horner on bass and Reggie Nicholson on drums. Myra Melford has emerged as one of the most thoughtful and explosive jazz-influenced pianists of the 90s. She also works with Butch Morris, Henry Threadgill, Tom Cora, Samm Bennett, MOBI, Leroy Jenkins, Diedre Murray, and with her longtime duo partner Marian Brandis. Her record Jump on Enemy Records led to a recent Downbeat critics poll award. Also featuring Thomas Chapin on sax and flute and Marty Ehrlich on clarinets.
This performance was part of the Roulette Piano Festival of 1992.
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