Triple Blind

Triple Blind began as a collaborative recording created entirely remotely during the COVID-19 quarantine:
We made videos for 4 of the tracks featuring work by Erin Parsch, Kathryn Alter, Justin Wert, Peter Kronreif, and Eduardo Pavez. Check them out!

Born and raised in Salzburg, Austria, drummer Peter Kronreif discovered his passion for the drum-set already in early childhood - “I went to the kitchen, chose cooking spoons, pots and pans, and enthusiastically accompanied the Mozart sonatas my big brother and my mother were playing on recorder and piano.”

After graduating highschool Kronreif went to Graz to study Jazz at the University of Arts with Alex Deutsch, then transferred to the Anton Bruckner University in Linz where he completed his Bachelor’s Degree of Arts in 2007 with first-class honors, studying with Doug Hammond and Jeff Boudreaux.

From 2004 to 2010 Peter Kronreif lived in Vienna and became a most-wanted sideman in Austria’s Jazz-scene. Working with Harry Sokal, Martin Reiter, Matthieu Michel, Alegre Correa, Bastian Stein, Ana Paola DaSilva, Peter O'Mara, Fabian Rucker, Pepe Auer and Phil Nykrin brought him on tour in over 20 nations. In 2010 he was awarded the Hans-Koller-Prize as “Sideman of the Year 2009“. He too was granted the "Annual Scholarship for Music 2010" by the city of Salzburg as well as a studying grant from the Ministry of Arts & Culture.

Over these years in Vienna he started visiting New York City for a few months each year to study with drummers like Greg Hutchinson, Jonathan Blake and John Riley. In 2010 Peter was granted an Artist Visa and moved to the Big Apple, to Brooklyn, where he currently lives and works most of the year. After two European tours with his own band WAYFARERS in 2010 and 2012 Kronreif became too busy as a sideman, with artists like Florian Hoefner, Le Boeuf Brothers, Thana Alexa, Immigration Booth, and Allan Harris.

With the new release “Aeronautics”, Kronreif is ready to lift off with his own band project yet again:

He performed at Chez Hanny previously with the Le Boeuf Brothers.

A Massachusetts native and graduate of both Harvard and Berklee, Kyle Nasser has established himself as one of the most technically fluid saxophonists and inventive composers of his generation. Since moving to New York City in 2010, he has played at some of the city’s most prestigious venues, including the Blue Note, Iridium, and Cornelia St. Cafe, and has toured in the U.S. and South America.

Nasser has shared the stage with jazz luminaries such as Jim Hall, Hank Jones, Joe Lovano, Dave Douglas, Ben Monder, Rich Perry, and Ethan Iverson.

Nasser’s music stands out for its seamless integration of classical forms and techniques with jazz language and phrasing.

His latest CD as a leader is "Persistent Fancy":

He performed at Chez Hanny previously with Beekman, and the Kyle Nasser Group.

Nick Jost is a Grammy-nominated bassist, whose work seamlessly spans genres and styles, drawing acclaim in Bass Player Magazine, All About Jazz, Pitchfork, and Metal Insider all in one calendar year.

He's a member of internationally touring metal band "Baroness", acclaimed indie rock outfit "Wilder Maker", experimental noise band "Horse Torso", intercontinental improvisational duo "Forgotten Arm", and has featured on recent records by up-and-coming jazz musicians like Pawan Benjamin, Max Cudworth, Matt Villinger, Sean McCluskey, and Kyle Nasser.

After launching his career as a regular at Jazz at the Bistro in his native St. Louis, he has performed across the world at venues such as Webster Hall, Camden Palace, Lollapalooza, Nürburgring, and the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival.

Jost received his masters in music from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, and has been active in music education in St. Louis, Nepal, Guyana, and Ecuador.

He currently lives in Brooklyn, NY.

He performed at Chez Hanny previously with the Kyle Nasser Group.

Dov Manski is a pianist, composer and teacher who has performed professionally for over a decade. He received his BMA in jazz piano performance from the New England Conservatory of Music, where he studied with Danilo Perez, Ran Blake, Michael Cain, and Frank Carlberg. Dov currently resides in Brooklyn.

Manski has shared the stage with many notable musicians including Bill McHenry, Dave Holland, John McNeil, Cecil McBee, Steve Davis, George Garzone, Bob Moses, and Allan Chase.

He has been featured at the Costa Rica Jazz Festival, Mexico City Jazz Festival, Portland Jazz Festival, and Boston Jazz Festival.

He performed at Chez Hanny previously with the Kyle Nasser Group.