The Klobas/Kesecker/Brewer Ensemble

Bassist Pat Klobas has had the pleasure of performing with Rosemary Clooney, Jessica Williams, Jeremy Cohen and Quartet San Francisco, San Francisco Symphony Pops, San Francisco Opera and Ballet, The Three Tenors, Skywalker Symphony, the Sun Valley Symphony and Marin Symphony.

Shorenstein/Nederlander “Best of Broadway” performances include “The Producers” with Martin Short and Jason Alexander, “Fosse”, “Kiss Me Kate” with drummer Marty Morell, “42nd Street” and the world premier of Irving Berlin’s “White Christmas”.

Pat’s bass work include many movie and TV soundtracks as well as recordings with Linda Ronstadt, Randy Newman, Turtle Island String Quartet and the Grammy Nominated “Star Wars Trilogy” with John Williams.

He appeared here previously with the Klobas/Kesecker Ensemble.

Vibraphonist Tommy Kesecker graduated from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and joined ‘Zakir Hussain and the Rhythm Experience’ in 1988. This group afforded him the opportunity to play with Don Cherry, Airto, and L. Shankar.

Tommy has played with Larry Vuckovich, Jim Campilongo, George Brooks, Illana Parker, Michael Feinstein, Diana Krall, and Joel Gray. He has performed at the Monterey Jazz Festival, San Jose Jazz Festival, San Francisco Jazz Festival, and in Dubai with Zakir Hussain.

He appeared here previously with Lee Waterman and Jazz Caliente, and the Klobas/Kesecker Ensemble.

"Groovin’ Wes" (2009, Strong Brew Music), a Wes Montgomery tribute project and the fourth album from guitarist Terrence Brewer.

He has performed at Yoshi’s at Jack London Square, Yoshi’s San Francisco, Jazz At Pearl’s, the Monterey Jazz Festival, the Russian River Jazz Festival, SFJazz Festival, and the Fillmore Jazz Festival.

In addition to headlining his own shows, Brewer has worked with Diana Krall, Michael McDonald (Doobie Brothers), Mary Wilson (The Supremes), Gerald Albright, Dr. Anthony Brown, Pete Escovedo, Dave Ellis, Calvin Keyes, Babatunde Lea, Kim Nalley, Bruce Forman, Scott Amendola, Tuck and Patti, Khalil Shaheed, Ed Kelly, and Herb Gibson.

He appeared here previously with the Klobas/Kesecker Ensemble, and the Terrence Brewer Trio.