Performing  on 2&4 at the Nashville Jazz Workshop


The Nashville Jazz Workshop welcomes vibraphonist Jerry Tachoir and the Jerry Tachoir Group for their first appearance in the Jazz Cave Friday, February 27 at 8 pm. He leads the group along with his wife, pianist and composer Marlene Tachoir. Rounding out the ensemble is bassist Roy Vogt and drummer Rich Adams.

A graduate of Berklee College of Music, Jerry is a nationally acclaimed bandleader and an authority on vibes, marimba and percussion. Originally from Pennsylvania, Tachoir has lived in Nashville for many years, performing and leading clinics and master classes here and around the world.

The Tachoir group's newest release is "Stories," a CD that showcases Marlene's original compositions, with a variety of styles ranging from Latin rhythms to the classic Shearing piano/vibes sound of the 1950's. The CD is available on CD Baby and iTunes.

There will be two sets beginning at 8:00 pm in the Jazz Cave at the Workshop. Tickets will go on sale Monday, February 16 at 10am, and are $20 ($10 for high school and college students). Advance purchase is strongly recommended. Tickets will be available online right here, by phone at 800-838-3006 24/7 or 615-242-5299 during business hours. 

© Richard Scott Adams 2013