53 Stations
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53 Stations

Band Jazz Avant-garde

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"The Hilltop Sessions"
"Live in Wilmington"

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Shapiro and Rohrich met in 1997 and immediately realized a shared passion for non-standard jazz and a shared commitment to forging a new sound They cultivated a musical relationship over the next several years, and finally formed 53 Stations in 2004. Though currently a quartet, the size of the group may vary from duo to big band depending on the composition. They take great satisfaction in presenting to audiences composers they might not have been aware of in the hope that this may increase interest in these composer's works. Recent performances have included The Clifford Brown Jazz Festival in Wilmington, Delaware. Drummer Skip Rohrich was recently awarded a 2007 Individual Artist Fellowship for jazz performance from the Delaware Division of the Arts.