Christopher Woitach plays a wide range of jazz styles, from Dixieland to Free jazz, Ragtime to Bebop. His compositions reflect his diverse musical tastes and abilities, combining the intricacies of Baroque counterpoint with the freedom of modern jazz. Christopher Woitach has played with many nationally and internationally known artists, including Bernadette Peters, Rich Little, Hank Roberts, Bob Mover, Tony Monaco, Mel Brown, and John Stowell. He regularly performs throughout the Pacific Northwest, and at jazz festivals in the U.S. and Canada. Woitach’s recordings have been played on broadcast and internet radio stations across the globe. They have received excellent reviews from such respected jazz publications as Jazz Improv and Cadence, and internet sites including Jazzguitar.de and Jazzreview.com.
Trombonist “Jazzy” John Moak has performed with many notable artists including Dave Brubeck, Clark Terry, Louie Bellson, Pete Christlieb, Nat Adderley, Randy Brecker, Diane Schuur, Branford Marsalis, Slide Hampton, Doc Severinsen, Jack Sheldon, Herbie Mann, Rosemary Clooney, James Moody, John Faddis, Byron Stripling and Ken Peplowski . He has performed as a member of the Louie Bellson Big Band and Octet, the Clark Terry Quintet, the Portland Jazz Orchestra and with pop acts, Frankie Valli, Aretha Franklin, Johnny Mathis, the Temptations, and the Four Tops. John appears on many recordings, most recently with Gino Vannelli. He has performed at the New Orleans, Newport, Montreux and North Sea Jazz Festivals.
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