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Landau Morrison Papell Trio + Standard Expansion Project

Landau Morrison Papell Trio + Standard Expansion Project
Landau Morrison Papell Trio + Standard Expansion Project


Apr 06, 2024, 7:00 PM – 11:50 PM



Bill Morrison is a master bassist with over 50 years experience. He has played with Boston piano legend Harvey Diamond, Texas blues/roots master Johnny Nicholas, as well as noted jazz artists and educators Jerry Coker, Donald Brown, and David Baker.

Tom Papell studied with pianists Harold Danko and Dr. Bob Hinz. Before moving to Maine he played regularly at The Jazz Loft in Stonybrook, NY, as well as local clubs, and private parties around Long Island.

Eric Landau is a percussionist with a BA in Music from USM playing jazz, rock, and other styles of music. He has performed with the Maine State Ballet at Merrill Auditorium and The Maine State Music Theater as well as with The Portland Jazz Orchestra, Tony Boffa, Viva and others.


Standard Expansion Project's Erik Van Dam plays flute, bari, tenor, alto, and soprano saxophones. Having studied with the highly acclaimed Joe Lovano and later Hal Crook, Erik has gone on to draw inspiration from many influences, including Lovano, Sam Rivers, and Eric Dolphy. Erik has crafted a sound of his own.  He has also spent time working and performing with Bob Moses, Bill Lowe, Stan Strickland, and Fred Ho’s Monkey Orchestra. Former performance ensembles include Erik’s jazz trio TRIOSOPHY, his all improvisational quartet SRUTI, as well as "The Sonic Construct Funk Project, and a nine piece rock group "Strange Changes. " Erik has performed internationally in Tokyo, Paris, Jamaica, and Bulgaria. Erik currently performs at many venues in Massachusetts as well as jazz clubs in NYC.  In addition to being a musician, Erik is an avid creative painter and sculptor who teaches art professionally in a local school system.


Doors @ 6PM

Landau Morrison Papell Trio @ 7PM

Standard Expansion Project @ 9PM

This event is donation based, bring cash to tip the musicians!


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