Mark Dresser Trio

Mark Dresser OnTour

On Monday February 7, 2011 the Herb Albert Creative Music Series at the REDCAT Theater presents The Mark Dresser Trio with “hyperpianist” Denman Maroney and multi-flautist Matthias Ziegler. “Since 1983, Mark Dresser has been expanding the sonic possibilities of the double bass through solo and collaborative projects that explore the musical, technical, and social dimensions of live and telematic performance. …

Mark Dresser Trio

Mark Dresser OnTour

February 4th at 8pm Hyperpianist Denman Maroney and Swiss multiple flute virtuoso Matthias Ziegler join Mark Dresser for a concert of original electro-acoustic music at the Conrad Prebys Concert Hall at the Department of Music at the University of California, San Diego.

Mark Dresser Quintet

Mark Dresser OnTour

On January 30, 2011 at 7pm Mark Dresser’s Quintet featuring Michael Dessen-trombone, Tripp Sprague-saxophones, Joshua White-piano, Duncan Moore-drums, and Dresser-bass will play recent compositons at Dizzy’s

Daniel Jackson and Mark Dresser Duo

Mark Dresser OnTour

Saturday January 29th at 8:30 PM as part of the Daniel Jackson Music Week Festival will be a duo set at Croce’s. Corner of 5th and F in San Diego. Other artists to perform between Jan 24 and the 29th include: Jan 24 Bob Magnusson and Peter Sprage Jan 25th Daniel Jackson with Charles McPherson with Marshall Hawkins, Mikan Zlatkovich, …

Where I’m Calling From

Mark Dresser OnTour

Trombonist Michael Dessen, bassist Mark Dresser, and percussionist Steven Schick hail from far-flung corners of the musical map. They search for common ground in an 75 minute long improvisation that explores the intersections of space, noise, and groove. At UCSD’s Loft 8pm

Sonic Diasporas: Mark Dresser & Bert Turetzky Duo

Mark Dresser OnTour

As part of Sonic Diasporas, an alumni festival of the Department of Music of University of California, San Diego, Mark Dresser and Bert Turetzky will play a duo. Other presentations that evening include keynote addresses by Diamanda Galas and speech and performance by Paul Dresher! 8pm, Free! Conrad Prebys Music Center