Recital: CJ Schrieber '22, Jazz Composition

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290 Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA
United States

NEC's students meet one-on-one each week with a faculty artist to perfect their craft. As each one leaves NEC to make their mark in the performance world, they present a full, professional recital that is free and open to the public. It's your first look at the artists of tomorrow.

CJ Schrieber '22 studies Jazz Composition with Ken Schaphorst, Frank Carlberg, and Mark Zaleski.

This performance is open to in-person audiences, and can also be viewed via livestream.

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  1. CJ Schrieber | Don't Talk to Me

    • Harrison Pershing, alto saxophone solo
    • Michael Gerace, trombone solo
  2. CJ Schrieber | You Should Leave

    • Lemuel Marc, trumpet solo
  3. CJ Schrieber | from Once in a While

    I. Dull
             Zion Dyson, vocals
             Simone Trovato, trumpet solo
    II. It’s Not That Serious
              Garrett Frees, tenor saxophone solo
              Eleanor Pruneau, piano solo

    III. Oh Goodness
              Zoe Murphy, trumpet solo
              Avi Randall, synthesizer
    IV. For You
              Zion Dyson, vocals


  4. Personnel

    Harrison Pershing, alto and soprano saxophone
    Joseph Borsellino III, alto saxophone

    Chris Ferrari, clarinet,tenor saxophone
    Garrett Frees, tenor saxophone
    Nick Biagini, bass clarinet, baritone saxophone

    Mark Tipton
    Zoe Murphy       
    Simone Trovato

    Lemuel Marc

    Joseph Dies
    Michael Gerace       

    Aiden Coleman
    Quinn McGillis

    Avi Randall, synthesizer

    Thatcher Harrison, guitar
    Eleanor Pruneau, piano
    Chris Worden, double bass
    Carles Pereira, drums

    Zion Dyson


  5. I would like to thank my friends and family for their unconditional support of my musical endeavors.
    Additionally, I would like to thank my teachers, Ken Schaphorst, Frank Carlberg, and Mark Zaleski for the wisdom they have shared over the past two and a half years, as well as the many other teachers I studied with in my time both at Berklee and NEC.
    I would also like to thank the performers for taking time out of their busy schedules to help make my music come to life.
    Lastly, I would like to thank NEC for allowing me the opportunity to have my music performed in Brown Hall, as well as the countless other performance and educational opportunities provided to me by the conservatory.  Without any of the aforementioned people, none of this would have been possible, so I thank you.