Mathis Picard Trio - That Girl (Live At The 1905)
Mathis Picard Trio - That Girl (Live At The 1905) Mathis Picard - Piano Jonathan Pinson - Drums Parker McAllister - Bass Recorded live on September 22nd 2021, At The 1905 in Portland, USA. “That Girl” Written by Jonathan Pinson Video Film & Edit - Jordan Henline, 88.8 Films Audio Tracking & Mixing - Scott Stanley Audio Master - Calum Lee
Mathis Picard - Solo Piano - Live at Monks
Leave a tip for Mathis tonight at: https://paypal.me/monksjazz https://venmo.com/monksjazz Get tickets at https://monksjazz.eventbrite.com Mathis Picard is a pianist, composer and producer based in New York City and originally from France and Madagascar. He was dubbed a rising star by The Scotsmen paper at age 10. Mathis performed for ASCAP’s “Songwriters: Next Generation” Showcase, is a member of the Montreux Jazz Foundation, and studied at Juilliard under the mentorship of Kenny Barron. London reviewers describe Mathis as a “knockout, as dynamic as personality as he is virtuosic on the keys.” (whatsonstage.com) Mathis tours as a solo pianist, playing solo sets for NY Fashion Week, Little Island, and Umbria Jazz Festival, and has played on various recordings. His latest solo release Live At The Museum was released under critical acclaim in January 2022. Mathis’ large ensemble The Sound Orchestra has performed on the eastern and western coasts of the US. Their debut, genre-bending EP World Unity was released in 2020 on Outside In Music Records. All About Jazz called him “a fascinating name to follow in any context.” Mathis has worked with such acclaimed artists as Braxton Cook, Ron Carter, Lillias White, Lee Ritenour, Kindness, Wynton Marsalis, Veronica Swift, Etienne Charles & more. —— One set at 7:30pm —— Grab tickets at https://mathis-picard-solo-april-16th-tickets.eventbrite.com Facebook event at https://www.facebook.com/events/2478098422321216
Episode 64: Mathis Picard - "Off The Bandstand"
Subscribe: https://bnd.lc/BandstandPresentsYT Live At The Museum! The Estuary! “DJ!” As genuine as he is brilliant, pianist Mathis Picard is an artist that is rightfully celebrated. In our conversation, we explore the beauty of what happens in silence, being comfortable with not knowing what is going to happen, and an irredeemable moment of betrayal caused by a Casio keyboard. Off The Bandstand is now in the audio podcast format! Listen to Mathis' episode here: https://off-the-bandstand.simplecast.com Follow Off The Bandstand for more content: ➤ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bandstandpresents/ ➤ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bandstandpresents/ ➤ Website: http://www.christianwiggs.com/offthebandstand ➤ Podcast: https://off-the-bandstand.simplecast.com Getting to Know: Mathis! MATHIS, born May 30th, 1995, is a French-Malagasy pianist, composer, producer, and bandleader who currently resides in New York City. Rooted in the tradition of live acoustic performance while incorporating the latest musical technology, Mathis’ created his own style that merges Electronic Bass Music, Jazz, Classical & Stride Piano. Mathis, who began playing at 3 years old, was immediately passionate about music and improvisation and now focuses on sharing that passion globally. Mathis currently leads a solo project, a trio and his orchestra, The Sound Orchestra. When not performing his music, Mathis has the honor of sharing the stage with artists such as Mwenso & The Shakes, Braxton Cook, Ron Carter, Lillias White, Lee Ritenour, Jason Moran, CROWN, Kindness, Wynton Marsalis and more. FEATURED RELEASE: Mathis “Mathis Sound Orchestra - World Unity” (2020) https://open.spotify.com/album/7AS4cxKyIySZJj02u28zYS?si=7s0-04FSSzG5aRu14b5lGA About Off The Bandstand: Too often, audiences are only able to experience jazz musicians while they’re performing on the bandstand. “Off The Bandstand”, hosted by vocalist Christian Wiggs, is a series of one-on-one, informal conversations with members of the jazz scene. Each episode will feature a new guest and provide an opportunity for listeners to get to know more about the people behind the music, as well as their influences and stories throughout their career. While COVID-19 has provided a shortage of gigs, musicians everywhere now have a lot of time on their hands to hit the shed, create new works, and find projects that keep the music alive. A large part of the gig is the “hang” among musicians: the time in the green room, at the bar in between sets, and talking about any myriad of topics. So, if we can’t have the gig - we might as well have the hang. Join us! Follow your host, Christian Wiggs: ➤ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/christianwiggsjazz ➤ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/christianwiggs/ ➤ Website: http://www.christianwiggs.com/home #jazz #interview #music