Chad Leftkowitz-Brown, tenor saxophone
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RJAM & TAC: Chad Lefkowitz-Brown Album Release

Venue

Caroline H. Hume Concert Hall
50 Oak Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
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Program

Cole Porter (1891-1964)
arr. Steven Feifke

Easy to Love 

Sonny Rollins (b. 1930)
arr. Rafael Rocha

Airegin

Guy Wood (1911-2001) & Robert Mellin (1902-1994)
arr. Steven Feifke

My One And Only Love 

Traditional Swedish
arr. Jason Marshall

Dear Old Stockholm

Antonio Carlos Jobim (1924-1997)
arr. Todd Bashore

Waters of March

Ray Noble (1903-1978)
arr. Steven Feifke

Cherokee

Stevie Wonder (b.1950)
arr. Steven Feifke

Superstition

Personnel

Sean Quirante, Carter Eng, Michail Thompson,
Karlie Wood, Charles Ryan, trumpet

Skyler Nolan, Ayden Johnson, alto saxophone

Aidan Sieman, Caleb Rose, tenor saxophone

Sebastian Pinillos, bari saxophone

Karl Dray, lead trombone

Katie Lambert, David Sakamoto  
Tsukimi Sakamoto-David, trombone

Jeremy Mogado, bass trombone  

Jose Vargas, Michael Potter, Jake Byers, piano

David Falacko, Spencer Hoefer, guitar

Josh Setala, John Cavalier, drums

Amelie Anna, percussion

Kody Thiessen, bass

Lola Miller-Henline, Amelie Anna, vocals

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