The Tartarsauce Traditional Jazz Band

The Tartarsauce Traditional Jazz Band

 Detroit, Michigan, USA
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Ron Kischuk & The Tartarsauce Traditional Jazz band perform Traditional New Orleans jazz with a taste of Detroit.

Biography

The Tartarsauce traditional Jazz Band is a staple of the Detroit music scene. They are the "Official Band" of the Detroit Tigers, featured performers at the Greenfield Village Ragtime Street Fair, and featured band at the Michigan Jazz Festival. The band is led by Yamaha Performing Artist Ron Kischuk. They have recorded 4 CDs, and have featured among them, Charlie Gabriel, Marcus Belgrave, Mike Karoub and more. The band has been performing in and around the Detroit area for almost 30 years, and has performed with the Rochester Symphony Orchestra and the Emerald Sinfonietta. Additional performances include the Detroit Jazz Festival, The Michigan Jazz Festival, the Detroit Lions, Detroit Tigers, Major League Baseball, Greenfield Village, Detroit Zoo, Detroit Institute of Arts, and the cities of Detroit, Warren, Beverly Hills, Grosse Pointe, Lincoln Park, and Milford to name a few.

Ron Kischuk is a career Detroit musician. He has performed with many legends of jazz, as well as with hundreds of major stars, and has been a featured soloist with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Ron has performed for both television and movies as well as on grammy winning records. He is a Yamaha clinician and performing artist, and is the leader of the Masters of Music Big Band, the Tartarsauce Traditional Jazz Band and is music director of the Toledo Jazz Orchestra. Ron is also the founder of the Masters of Music Teaching Studio, a conservatory designed to develop the next generation of professional musicians.

Discography

1) The Tartarsauce Traditional Jazz Band 2) Revenge of The Tartarsauce Traditional Jazz Band 3) Music of America's Hometown, 4) The Tartarsauce Traditional Jazz Band plays the Arrangements of Chet Bogan & The Wolverine Jass Band. Band is featured on Napster, Itunes, Accujazz, Rhapsody, Lastfm, Spotify, WDET, WRCJ, WEMU, etc...

Set List

Sets vary in length. Songs selected per the venue from approximately 1000 traditional jazz tunes.