Jan 6

Australian Workshop!

Tony Miceli (USA)

Vibe Workshop Down Under 2016

January 2–6, Groove Warehouse, Canberra Australia

Get your vibe on with one of the worlds leading educators.

This workshop features jazz vibe great Tony Miceli, in a 5-day intensive study on the art of improvisation. Each student will closely work with Mr Miceli. The week will conclude with a concert featuring the students of the workshop and guest artists and an online vibe hang.

This is the perfect opportunity for keyboard percussionists to expand their awareness of improvisation and the jazz idiom.

The first 5 people to register receive an individual lesson with Tony!

Draft Schedule


School opens


1st workshop

12:00 - 2:00

Lunch and Practice time

2:00 - 4:00

Afternoon workshop

4:00 - 6:00

Dinner and Practice time


Guest Artist


practice time, your time

For more information on Tony please go to www.vibesworkshop.com.


6:30 pm18:30

The Ebbitt Room

The Jost Project will be playing at the Ebbitt Room. Come out for a nice evening of Rock Classics performed in a jazz setting. 


7:00 pm19:00

The Ware Music Center

For more information click here: http://www.artsmu.com/event/259321410876a9fdd06420daf638f575

The Jost Project will perform in the intimate Owen Salon overlooking Prince Street to launch our 2015-16 Jazz in the Sky series. All tickets include complimentary beverage service which begins at 7:00 PM with concerts beginning at 7:30 PM.

Jazz in the Sky presents The Jost Project on Oct 9. The Jost Project brings new generations to jazz by playing the music of the 60’s and 70’s – the great classic rock of Aerosmith, Led Zepellin, the Beatles, Iron Butterfly and many others. They are internationally renowned vibraphonist Tony Miceli, vocalist/harmonist Paul Jost, bassist Kevin MacConnell and drummer Marko Marcinko. In Jazz in Europe, the critic wrote, “The Jost Project is, without a doubt, one of the most creative bands I have heard in years.”

Feb 7

Residency at Bellaire High School with Grant Beiner

Four-day residency working with Grant Beiner, who works at the school, and student percussionists who attend the high school. Friday, the school will host a concert featuring the students and myself.