Jazz Concert – The Aesthetic of Not Knowing

Tony-carShadybrook, Inc. is proud to co-sponsor with

Jijuyu-ji Zen Sangha of Cleveland and the

Cleveland Buddhist Temple to bring

Tony Malaby and Carmen Castaldi


The Art of Not Knowing- Jazz Concert

Sunday, November 2nd

4:00 p.m.

Cleveland Buddhist Temple

1573 E. 214th St.

 Euclid, OH 44117

Suggested Donation: $15

Reserve your space on  www.eventbrite.com


Tony Malaby—In his two decades as an integral member of the thriving improvised music community of New York City, saxophonist and composer Tony Malaby has emerged as a wholly unique and singular voice. Malaby was recently named one of Downbeat’s “80 Coolest Things in Jazz”, saying that, “[Malaby] is a formidably accomplished soprano and tenor saxophonist with enviable tone and an endless font of compelling ideas, yet he steers his music away from perfection,” and that “his considerable gifts as a melodist tend to sneak up on you.” Jazztimes added that Malaby is, “a hero of today’s improvised music scene”.


Carmen Castaldi began playing drums more than 45 years ago, his playing being  influenced by jazz, rock, classical, modern and free style music.  He attended Berklee School of Music with studies in drums, arranging and composition.  Carmen has enjoyed a very successful life as a professional drummer.  He spent 11 years in Las Vegas playing everything from shows, to lounge groups, to jazz with some world famous artists.    n addition to his time in Vegas he also went on two European tours with the famed Joe Lavano.  He can currently be found playing locally with The Oblique Orchestra and many other well known jazz bands.  Carmen can be heard on various recordings such as Viva Caruso with Joe Lovano,  ‘When You Wish Upon a Star- A Jazz Visit to the World of Disney’,  recorded with Kelly Stevens Carnival,  ”Henry Tree- Electric Holy Man” and “ Oblique Orchestra:Trio Sessions Live Vol. 1,  Duo Sessions Live Vol. 1″



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