The show where we uncover the stories, processes, and worldviews behind NYC’s most artful and creative musicians.

Back once again, after our first try was tarnished by a mistake in the audio. Please enjoy this conversation with Joe Giordano.

Today's Guest: Originally from Albany, NY, Joe Giordano is a trombonist, multi-instrumentalist, composer, and bandleader based in New York City. He currently studies at the Manhattan School of Music under the tutelage of Marshall Gilkes and Marc Cary. Giordano was inspired by his father, Mark, at a young age and became enamored with the sounds of JJ Johnson and Curtis Fuller. His list of heroes and influences has expanded to include literary geniuses such as William Blake, Carl Jung, and Ta-Nehisi Coates.

Since moving to New York City, Giordano has performed with many key voices on the scene, including Frank Lacy, Bobby Sanabria, Stacy Dillard, and Davis Whitfield Jr. He has performed at venues such as Smalls, Dizzy’s, Clement’s Place, Newport Jazz Festival, and with the Jazz Exchange. In addition to being a Vail Jazz Alumnus, Giordano was named a YoungArts Finalist in Jazz in 2018.

Find him @joegiordano120 on Instagram

TICKETS for Nov. 8 Concert: https://bravesound.org/shop/joegiordano/

Your hosts: Austin Zhang - https://www.austinzhang.org/

Michael Shapira http://michaelxshapira.com/ and @michaelxshapira

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