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“Among the smartest large ensembles on the scene today . . . . With Quake Mike Holober establishes a new benchmark for modern large ensemble jazz.”
Jan P. Dennis, “Mike Holober & The Gotham Jazz Orchestra,” Audiophile Audition, February 12, 2009

“With his fourth release as a leader, composer/pianist Mike Holober reaffirms his spiraling presence within modern jazz circles, to augment his role as a first-call session instrumentalist . . . . Holober's arrangements signify a comprehensive study in contrasts and sound-sculpting . . . . a fruitful balance consisting of heady compositional attributes, and a highly entertaining string of movements that beckons repeated listens.”
Glenn Astarita, “Quake by Mike Holober & The Gotham Jazz Orchestra,” Jazz Review, June 5, 2008

"Duke Ellington's legacy is alive and well with pianist Mike Holober and The Gotham Jazz Orchestra . . . . gorgeous voicings and a perfect amount of flavoring from the soloists . . . refreshing and elegant.”
Elliott Simon, “Mike Holober & The Gotham Jazz Orchestra: Quake (2009),” All About Jazz, March 15, 2009

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released January 27, 2009

All compositions by Mike Holober, except Here Comes the Sun (George Harrison) and Ruby Tuesday (Mick Jagger & Keith Richards). PRINT SCORES & PARTS AVAILABLE

Mike Holober - piano
Dave Pietro - saxophone
Jon Gordon - saxophone
Tim Ries - saxophone
Charles Pillow - saxophone
Steve Kenyon - saxophone
Tony Kadlek - trumpet
Craig Johnson - trumpet
Scott Wendholt - trumpet
Joe Magnarelli - trumpet
Bruce Eidem - trombone
Mark Patterson - trombone
Pete McGuinness - trombone
Nate Durham - trombone
John Hebert - acoustic bass
John Riley - drums

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Mike Holober Mount Kisco, New York

Recipient of the American Academy of Arts & Letters Andrew Imbrie Award for Music, and nominated for a 2020 GRAMMY®Award for his critically acclaimed CD “Hiding Out,” Mike Holober has been described as “one of the finest modern composer/arrangers of our time” (Downbeat Magazine). Other recent projects include Balancing Act (a jazz octet with voice), and The Mike Holober/Marvin Stamm Quartet. ... more

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