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The Arboreal Quartet

The Arboreal Quartet

The Arboreal Quartet


The Arboreal Quartet, from Montréal, Québec, was founded by multi-instrumentalist John Wrinch Williams. John's musical background includes formal training in Hindustani music in India and in California, jazz instruction in Toronto, apprenticeships in traditional music in Ontario and Québec, teaching, and much experience in performance and composition for a variety of instruments and ensembles. John plays the sarod, the 25-stringed relative of the sitar, and is the composer/arranger. Read more on Last.fm
The Arboreal Quartet, from Montréal, Québec, was founded by multi-instrumentalist John Wrinch Williams. John's musical background includes formal training in Hindustani music in India and in California, jazz instruction in Toronto, apprenticeships in traditional music in Ontario and Québec, teaching, and much experience in performance and composition for a variety of instruments and ensembles. John plays the sarod, the 25-stringed relative of the sitar, and is the composer/arranger. On acoustic guitar, Tom Eliosoff is very active in the Montréal jazz scene, performing with the Chet Doxas Quartet and Eric Thibodeau, teaching, and hosting jazz nights at noted Montréal Jazz clubs such as Upstairs and Grumpy's. On upright bass, JF Martins, from Schefferville, Québec, is a multi-instrumentalist himself and brings a melodic touch to the instrument.

Drummer Fernando Gelso, originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina, is also a member of the Franco Proietti Morph-tet along with JF. The Arboreal Quartet's debut – an self-titled instrumental CD -- is an independent release, and features original artwork by artist Carl David Ruttan. It was recorded live in one studio session. The CD launched on Friday March 5th, 2010 at O Patro Vys in Montréal, and is receiving significant radio airplay in Canada: #3 - Exclaim! magazine Jazz chart - July 2010 issue #4 - Exclaim! magazine Jazz chart - June 2010 issue #2 - ChartAttack Jazz/Blues chart - June 12, 2010 #1 - !earshot Jazz chart - June 8, 2010 "..beautiful instrumental music that peeks over the fence between jazz and global sounds" - Scott Stevens, SoundRoots.org & Spin The Globe radio “It's unbelievable the different musical influences that [John] manages to make shine in this quartet's music.” - Laurie Brown - The Signal, CBC Radio 2 Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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