Gabriel Mark Hasselbach and his Trifecta group feat. Jason DeCouto (keys) and Phil Belanger (drums) perform a streaming concert for Jazz Vespers at UCOL (United Churches of Langley).
The theme was 'Spring' with classics like Up Jumped Spring; Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most; It Might As Well Be Spring. On A Clear Day; Sunny; I Love Paris In The Springtime; and Little Sunflower.
Recorded by Brad Jarvis and William Ness. Introductions and session coordinator: Linda Szentes; Sermon: Sophia Ducey.
I Love Paris In The Springtime
Up Jumped Spring
On A Clear Day
It Might As Well Be Spring
Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most
Thanks to The United Churches of Langley for this opportunity!
Gabriel Mark Hasselbach and his band rip through an exciting set at the 2017 TD Vancouver Jazz Festival, in a cool venue called Blue Martini. Performing with him are his longtime fav players: Miles Black (piano), Laurence Mollerup (bass), Phil Robertson (drums), and his 'since childhood' musical buddy Brian Monroney (guitar), who came all the way up from Seattle for this gig. The set included many of Gabriel's strongest live tunes, culled from his 14 albums, 10 Billboard hits, and 3 JazzWeek hits, plus his 2011 Canadian Smooth Jazz Awards Album of the Year 'Told Ya So'.
Gabriel plays flugelhorn, flute, and trumpet on this set. You can find him at www.GabrielJazz.com
His Gabriel Signature Mouthpiece line is at www.Wedgemouthpiece.com/Gabriel
During a pandemic, virtual performances are the only way to go.
UCOL (United Church of Langley) invited Miles Black and Gabriel Mark Hasselbach to perform their mutual original material for their Jazz Vespers. Sumptuously recorded by Brad Jarvis, with still photos from Garth Balint, and production coordination from Linda Szentes.
I mounted a rooftop concert gratefully sponsored by Creative BC, to share my original material and to raise money for Reach Child & Youth Development Society and your contributions so far have added up greatly, thank you for your support! I've included information and a donation link for Reach Child & Youth Development Society https://www.reachchild.org/giving/. and at the bottom of this page is a short video from Director Kristin Bibbs, telling in more detail about the Reach program and its important function in our world.
Reach is a non-profit organization in Delta that helps children with special needs reach their full potential. The organization has been providing services to children and their families since 1959, and REACH provides timely, accessible, and supportive community programs and services for the Delta, Surrey, and Langley areas (BC). They promote optimal development and well-being for all children, youth, and adults, where all individuals flourish. REACH provides special programs to help with families and children challenged by Autism, and programs to help transition young Autistic adults into society.
Thanks to some of our donors, such as Phil Belanger, Tilden Webb, Bill and Char Shephard, Armi Grano, Michael Angelo, Lisa Dunn, Erv Schill, Trevan Wong, Sasha Dudnikoff, Alison Martin, Maggie Chamberlin-Holben, Linda Szentes, Glenn Riley. Alfie Zappacosta, and others.... thank you Creative BC and Showcase BC for ongoing support.
Here are songs from the concert, neatly cut into bite-size chunks with Chris Haas (drums), Tilden Webb (keys), Adam Rohrlick (guitar), and Gabriel (horns and flute).
A special Father’s Day promotion! Get Gabriel’s Ultimate Collection of 11 curated albums for only $33! That’s only three bucks a pop in case you are wondering.... The best projects with Billboard and JazzWeek hits plus the Smooth Jazz ‘Album of the Year’.
Gabriel has a solid Smooth Jazz audience as well as a Mainstream one but focuses on the taste of the audience in front of him without dilution or pandering. His style reaches a wide demographic and he is at home on any stage. See why Gabriel Mark Hasselbach's Jazz Trifecta show is so successful and compelling for all audiences: