"Foreverfully Falling" Thomas Bergeron Quintet - MP3
Thomas' ethereal flugelhorn playing is featured in the opening of "Foreverfully Falling", which is based on Debussy's "Dead Leaves". As the piece heats up, Bergeron improvises three layers of counterpoint over the changes, followed by a tight drum solo by Charlie Dye. The sound of the harmon muted trumpet caps off a beautiful coda which disappears into the distance.
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released 01 June 2011
Produced by Thomas Bergeron
• Thomas Bergeron - trumpet, flugelhorn
• Dave Veslocki - guitar
• Dan Campolieta - piano, Rhodes
• Samuel Adams - acoustic bass
• Charlie Dye - percussion
Bio Thomas Bergeron
American trumpeter Thomas Bergeron is at home in a wide variety of genres. He is currently a fellow with Carnegie Hall's resident chamber ensemble ACJW in New York City and works as a teaching artist for Carnegie's Weill Institute. He is Principal Trumpet with the Springfield Symphony Orchestra and a frequent guest principal with the American Symphony Orchestra. He performs regularly with jazz groups throughout the Northeastern US. Thomas has taught jazz and classical trumpet and brass chamber music at Williams College, Bennington College, Amherst College, and Yale University. He holds two advanced degrees in music from the Yale School of Music, as well as a bachelor’s degree in Management from the University of Massachusetts. He has performed on Saturday Night Live and Jimmy Kimmel Live with Vampire Weekend, and has also performed with The Temptations, The Danish Radio Symphony Orchestra, The Albany Symphony, The Vermont Symphony, Deep Purple, The Irish Tenors, Arlo Guthrie, and Byron Stripling, among others. Thomas is a founding member of the Reveille Trumpet Collective, dedicated to expanding the contemporary music repertoire for trumpet. He has commissioned and premiered works by Lukas Ligeti, Andy Akiho, David Kechley, Jay Wadley, and Jacob Walls.