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Rutgers-Newark, 2011

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The "Stanley Cowell Trio" perform at Rutgers University/Newark on April 4, 2013, as part of the Paul Robeson Galleries' "Evening of Music and Art" series.

Personnel:

Stanley Cowell, piano
Tom DiCarlo, bass
Chris Brown, drums

A native of Toledo, Ohio Stanley, Cowell attended the Oberlin Conservatory of Music while performing with Roland Kirk.

A piano student since the age of four, he met Art Tatum who made a lasting impact on him.

His most memorable collaborations include those with Max Roach, Bobby Hutcherson, Marion Brown, Stan Getz, Clifford Jordan, Sonny Rollins, and Harold Land.

Cowell was a member of the Detroit Artist's Workshop Jazz Ensemble featuring Charles Moore from 1965 to 1966, and would also work and record with trumpeter Charles Tolliver during the 1970s.

Together Charles Tolliver and Stanley Cowell launched the New York jazz label, Strata-East Records in 1971.

He played with the "Heath Brothers" regularly between 1974 and 1983, and joined the "J.J. Johnson Quartet" in the late '80s.

Stanley Cowell is currently a member of the faculty at the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers music department, at the State University of New Jersey.



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