Loren Stillman Trio

Brooklyn-based saxophonist and composer, Loren Stillman studied with Lee Konitz, David Liebman, and Harvey Pittel. He attended Manhattan School of Music (1998), and The New School (2002), on full music scholarship, and was a semifinalist in the 2002 Thelonious Monk Saxophone Competition.

In addition to leading his own ensembles, Stillman has performed and recorded with Charlie Haden, Paul Motian, Carla Bley, John Abercrombie, Michael Formanek, Ralph Alessi, Andy Milne, Michele Rosewoman, Tyshawn Sorey, Brad Shepik, Vic Juris, and The Vanguard Jazz Orchestra.

Stillmanís original recordings, Going Public (Fresh Sound 2013), Winter Fruits (Pirouet 2008), It Could Be Anything (Fresh Sound, 2005), The Brothersí Breakfast (Steeplechase, 2006), and Blind Date (Pirouet, 2006), received critical acclaim from The New York Times, New Yorker, and four star recognition in BBC Jazz Review, Jazz Man Magazine, and Downbeat.

He appeared here previously with the David Ambrosio/Russ Meissner Sextet.


For the past 25 years, bassist David Ambrosio has been one of New York Cityís finest freelance musicians and educators. His current working projects as a leader are CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE: Blue Note Records in the Progressive Ď60s, featuring Donny McCaslin and Victor Lewis, and the David Ambrosio Trio, featuring Loren Stillman.

In addition to his own ensembles, he is the co-leader of the David Ambrosio/Russ Meissner Sextet, 40Twenty, and Grupo Los Santos, as well as being a part of many other groups including George Schullerís Circle Wide, the Matt Renzi Trio, Eri Yamamoto Trio, and Jazz at Lincoln Centerís BMI/New York Jazz Orchestra led by Ted Nash and Andy Farber.

He has performed with such jazz greats as Kenny Werner, Terry Gibbs, Buddy DeFranco, George Garzone, Joseph Jarman, and Ralph Alessi.

He appeared here previously with the Matt Renzi Trio, and the David Ambrosio/Russ Meissner Sextet.


Tim Bulkley is a drummer and artist located in the Northern California area.

Tim is known for a musical, intuitive approach to drumming. He grew up taking piano lessons, taking art classes, singing in choirs, and studying the drums. His professional career as a musician started early and has stayed a constant for over 25 years. Tim spent the years of 2006 - 2017 living and working in Brooklyn NY & 2000 - 2006 living and working in San Francisco CA.

He has played and recorded with artists including Dayna Stephens, Michelle Amador, Goh Nakamura, Evan Francis, Anton Schwartz, The Invisible Cities, John Lester, Postmodern Jukebox, Adam Platt, Stacey Kent, Boz Scaggs, Peter Bernstein, Telepathy, Wil Blades, Dandelion Dance Company, and BodyVox Dance.

He appeared previously at Chez Hanny with Julian Pollack, the MCH Quartet, Jeff Buenz, Dan Blake, and Gatekeeper.