Eliot Zigmund - Tony Miceli Quartet
Zigmund-Miceli Quartet features the music of two Iconic groups. "The Modern Jazz Quartet" which featured Milt Jackson on vibes and "The Mastersounds" which featured Bobby Montgomery on vibes (brother of Wes Montgomery).
Eliot Zigmund has been a professional musician for over 50 years. A New York City native, steeped in the jazz tradition of the city, he has performed and recorded extensively with such jazz luminaries as Bill Evans, Michel Petrucciani, Jim Hall, Lee Konitz, Benny Golson, Eddie Henderson, Stan Getz, Eddie Gomez, Steve Swallow, Art Lande, Mel Martin, Vince Guaraldi, Richie Beirach, and many others. Eliot is also involved in jazz education, is a former faculty member of both William Paterson University Jazz Studies, NJ, and NYU Jazz Studies, NYC, and currently does workshops and clinics around the world as well as private instruction. In recent years Eliot divides his time between his home in Teaneck, NJ, his gigs in and around NYC, and his touring schedule abroad.
Internationally renowned vibraphonist Tony Miceli has been performing steadily on the jazz scene since 1980. In All About Jazz, Vic Schermer describes him as ... “a vibraphonist of astonishing virtuosity, musical resilience, and inventiveness. His vibes playing is nothing short of phenomenal.”
Tony Miceli is the consummate versatile musician who is involved in a number of musical projects and recordings. An artist who performs throughout the world, Tony has played in countless jazz festivals, percussion festivals, jazz clubs, colleges, and even prisons. He is a performer, educator and innovator, not just as a musician, but also as the creator of www.vibesworkshop.com, his vibraphone online school of music with over 3,000 members. Traveling around the world, he has recently performed in such countries as Spain, Ireland, South Korea, Australia, Canada, Belgium and Patagonia. Based in Philadelphia, he performs and leads vibraphone workshops throughout the USA including Colorado, North Dakota, Delaware, Idaho, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.