Apr. 14, 2015 Brian Glassman’s Klezmer-Jazz Alliance


What is the best method to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia, or bph? The diet is based on reducing the http://fvpoldenburg.de/81373-kamagra-betrouwbaar-bestellen-4464/ amount of calories you eat. It usually is one tablet that costs pennies to buy.

But how many people suffer from a migraine headache. This pill was originally used to treat a type of skin infection called acne vulgaris Niscemi prezzi del viagra in farmacia (commonly called acne). Generic zithromax, also known as z-pak and zithromax, is a safe and cheap treatment for sexually transmitted diseases.


Brian Glassman is one of the most in-demand bassists on the New York scene, and has been playing Klezmer and Jazz most of his life. He’s played with a virtual who’s who of Klezmer luminaries – Andy Statman, Greg Wall, The Klezmatics, Alicia Svigals, Joanne Borts, Klezmerfest, Zalman Mlotek… His Jazz resume is no less impressive: Lionel Hampton, John & Bucky Pizzarelli, Paquito DiRivera, Dick Hyman, Benny Golson, Dr. Billy Taylor, James Moody, Gary Burton, Benny Carter, and more.

As the name of the band suggests this is a combo made up of master musicians uniquely at home in both musical genres. This group seeks to explore the area of American music where Klezmer / Yiddish,Jazz & Swing styles all intersect. The Jazzy side of Dave Tarras, the Yiddish tinged Swing stylings of Cab Calloway, the Ashkinaz influenced sound of the 2nd Ave. Yiddish Theater and early Broadway composers that made it’s way into so much music from The American Songbook to Be-bop; all this and more are interpreted by this exciting all-star group of NYC pros.

Brian Glassman – bass

Joanne Borts – vocals

Greg Wall – saxophone, clarinet

Dan Rosengaard – piano

Aaron Alexander – drums