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Reece Cogswell, RJAM Drums - Senior Recital
Friday, March 22 2024, 07:30 PM at
Barbro Osher Recital Hall Map
Student Recital

Reece Cogswell, RJAM Drums - Senior Recital

Friday, March 22 2024, 07:30 PM
Barbro Osher Recital Hall Map
snare drum, piano and double bass performing

No tickets required for this event.


In pursuit of their degrees at SFCM, each student presents a recital that represents their artistry and craft. Student Recitals feature repertoire curated by students with guidance from their faculty instructor.  

Mateyko Jazwinski, bass
Junhong Jung, guitar
Morgan Harrison, piano
Ayden Johnson, alto/tenor saxophone
Lucas Davis, trumpet, flugelhorn
Daniel Alonzo, alto saxophone
Veotis Latchison, voice
Carlo Rubano, trombone
Graham Houpt, trombone
Nate Gilbreath, trombone

Jaco Pastorious: Continuum

Reece Cogswell: Castle Bravo

Ron Miles: Average

Charlie Parker: Segment

R. Cogswell: May Night

Squarepusher: Beep Street

R. Cogswell: Untitled

Ornette Coleman: Is it forever?

Elvin Jones: The Children’s Merry-Go-Round March

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Friday, March 22 2024, 07:30 PM to Friday, March 22 2024, 09:00 PM

About SFCM’s Roots, Jazz, and American Music Department

Roots, Jazz, and American Music is a first-of-its-kind program that links a world-class music conservatory to an award-winning jazz concert venue at SFJAZZ. A program for undergraduate and postgraduate students that takes a holistic view of jazz from its inception to its current status, RJAM prepares the next generation of great jazz artists by engaging students in an innovative model of apprenticeship with all-star faculty, including members of the SFJAZZ Collective. Students in the RJAM program have the opportunity to perform in multiple venues in the Bay Area, and to collaborate and learn from some of the top jazz artists on the concert circuit today.

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