Sylvia Cuenca Trio

Drummer Sylvia Cuenca, originally from San Jose, now living in New York, has performed for 17 years with trumpet legend Clark Terry at venues such as the Village Vanguard and Blue Note in New York City. She toured internationally for 4 years with saxophonist Joe Henderson, including trio settings with Henderson and bassists Charlie Haden or George Mraz.

Ms. Cuenca has performed with such jazz luminaries as Billy Taylor, Eddie Henderson, Gary Bartz, Kenny Barron, Ray Drummond, Frank Foster, Red Holloway, Jimmy Heath, Al Grey, Frank Wess, Michael Brecker, Houston Person, Etta Jones, Jon Faddis, Dave Stryker, Ed Cherry, Dianne Reeves, John Hicks, Geoff Keezer, John Handy, Lew Soloff, Marian McPartland, Hilton Ruiz, George Cables, James Spaulding, Kenny Drew Jr., Frank Foster, Randy Brecker, Emily Remler, and Helen Merrill.

She has appeared at Chez Hanny with Jared Gold and Ed Cherry, Jared Gold and Brian Levy, Cuenca/Bollenback/Blades, and Roni Ben-Hur/Harvie S Trio.

Guitarist Roni Ben-Hur relocated from Israel to New York in 1985, where he was fortunate to be taken under the wing of veteran jazz pianist Barry Harris.

Roni collaborated with famed Brazilian singer Leny Andrade - performing around the world, from New York's Birdland and Dizzy's in Jazz at Lincoln Center, to top clubs in Brazil and Australia, and recording the duo album "Alegria de Viver" (2014). He has also performed with Cecil Payne, Etta Jones, Marcus Belgrave, Walter Booker, Diane Schuur, Charles McPherson, Jimmy Heath, Clark Terry, Slide Hampton, Earl May, Teri Thornton, Bill Doggett, Jon Faddis, and Roger Kellaway.

He has appeared at Chez Hanny with Roni Ben-Hur/Harvie S Trio.

Doug Miller was one of Seattle’s most respected bass players for 23 years, and appeared with James Moody, Ken Peplowski, George Cables, Ray Vega, Dick Hyman, the Count Basie Orchestra, the Ellington Orchestra, Ernestine Anderson, Tom Harrell, Charles McPherson, Conte Condoli, Sonny Fortune, Bobby Shew, Larry Coryell, Ernie Watts, Don Lanphere, Pete Christlieb, and Mark Murphy.

Doug studied jazz bass with Ray Brown protege John Clayton, and classical bass at Indiana University, with Murray Grodner, Eugene Levinson and Stuart Sankey.

In 1982, Doug moved to New York City, playing with Mel Lewis, and Ram Ramirez (composer of “Lover Man”).

In 1987, Doug moved to Seattle. Doug, pianist Marc Seales, and drummer John Bishop formed "New Stories", which produced four recordings as a trio, six with Don Lanphere, and one with Mark Murphy that was nominated for a Grammy.

In 2010, Doug relocated to the Bay Area, where he has performed with Benny Green, Akira Tana, Peter Horvath, Ken Cook, and Michael Wolff.

He has appeared at Chez Hanny with Brad Buethe.