Project 206

Sun

2/18/2018

4:00pm

Edge

Project 206

With Galen Bundy!

  • $30 Assigned Rows 1-2
  • $20 Assigned Rows 3-5
  • $15 General Admission
  • $5 Student

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  • Galen Bundy, rhodes and synthesizers
  • Ben Wolkins, trumpet
  • David Mirarchi, alto and baritone saxophones
  • Johannes Ronquillo, bass
  • Travis Auckerman, drums
  • Jonathan Taylor, drums

Event Details

Project 206 takes the formation of an avant-garde jazz ensemble existing in the world of electronics. It is a world brought forth by the detailed creation of synth sounds, outside-the-box arranging, and sensitivity for creating music that brings both originality and depth to Jazz in 2017. The horn section evokes the improvisational freedom of Sun Ra, and exists beautifully in an orchestral atmosphere that has the trance-like quality of Flying Lotus. The rhythm section is versatile in its ability to move effortlessly from bold, assertive soundscapes to moments that are soft and even reflective. The bridge between the two genres is effortless; the overall sound immersive.

Galen Bundy

Galen Bundy is a pianist, organist, synthesist, composer, and educator based in southern Michigan. He has studied jazz with Tad Weed, David Bixler, Jeff Halsey, Kevin Bales, and classically with Dr. George Lucktenberg. Galen received his undergraduate degree in jazz piano from Bowling Green State University in 2015, and has since appeared there as a guest pianist for select concerts.

Galen’s current projects include Groove Plexus - an electro-jazz keys & drums duo - , Project 206 - debut album Struggle is Joy out Sept 1st 2017 -, an organ trio, and a piano trio. Galen is also keyboardist for Hope United Methodist Church (Toledo) and the international corporate band Bluewater Kings, a pianist for the Art Tatum jazz society of Toledo, and a frequent accompanist/collaborator for many Detroit area vocalists and musicians. As an educator, Galen teaches piano at Milford music, as well as privately.