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Local artists from BOP STOP!!!

The Bop Stop at The Music Settlement is Cleveland's premier listening room: an intimate, acoustically pristine performance venue with sweeping views of Lake Erie.

WINNER of All About Jazz's "Top Jazz Club In The United States" 2019
WINNER of Cleveland Hot List's "Best Jazz And Blues" 2017, 2018, 2020
WINNER of Scene Magazine's "Best of Cleveland: BEST JAZZ CLUB" 2015, 2016
WINNER of the FOX 8 BUZZ LIST "Nightlife Spots" category, 2014

Live at the Bop Stop GilAzar Media

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Local artists from BOP STOP!!!

The Bop Stop at The Music Settlement is Cleveland's premier listening room: an intimate, acoustically pristine performance venue with sweeping views of Lake Erie.

WINNER of All About Jazz's "Top Jazz Club In The United States" 2019
WINNER of Cleveland Hot List's "Best Jazz And Blues" 2017, 2018, 2020
WINNER of Scene Magazine's "Best of Cleveland: BEST JAZZ CLUB" 2015, 2016
WINNER of the FOX 8 BUZZ LIST "Nightlife Spots" category, 2014

    The Atlas Tango Project

    The Atlas Tango Project

    All music used with permission by The Atlas Tango Project.
     


    Founded in 2009 and hailed as "one of the foremost tango ensembles in the country," The Atlas Tango Project specializes in the music of the late Argentine composer Astor Piazzolla as well as original nuevo tango compositions. They’ve appeared globally, with noteworthy performances including the premiere of “The Angel of Buenos Aires” with the world-renowned Colorado Ballet in 2016 and a premier of their own works with the Wilmington, Nort Carolina Symphony Orchestra.
     
    Featuring James Anderson on Violin, Tony Rogers on Cello, Ben Thomas on Bandoneon, Jonathan Geer on Piano and Phil Spencer on Bass, and from an October 13th, 2023 performance, it’s The Atlas Tango Project – Live at the Bop Stop.
     
    Live at the Bop Stop is made possible by The Music Settlement – serving Northeast Ohio by offering music instruction, music therapy, and early childhood education since 1912. The Music Settlement's mission is to welcome all to our music and arts community to learn, create, inspire, and heal.
     
    This program is recorded at the Robert Conrad Studios at the Bop Stop in Cleveland, Ohio, and the studios of WBWC FM on the campus of Baldwin-Wallace University in Berea, Ohio. Additional production at the Bop Stop is provided by Graham Rosen. Technical editing for the program is provided by Dr. Pete Naegele, Shawn Gilbert, and Darren Thompson through Gilazar Media.
     
    The executive producer and writer is Daniel Peck, with additional consulting production on behalf of The Music Settlement by Bryan Kennard.
     
    For extended versions of all of our shows, our Live at the Bop Stop podcast can be found on your favorite podcast app or visit our website at www.themusicsettlement.org and click the Bop Stop link.
     
    To reach out directly, email liveatthebopstop@gmail.com.
    I'm Daniel Peck. Join me again next time... Live at the Bop Stop.



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    • 58 min
    Javier Red's Imagery Converter

    Javier Red's Imagery Converter

    All music used with permission by Javier Red.
     


    Following up on their highly acclaimed 2019 debut album, Chicago based Javier Red’s Imagery Converter returns to the Bop Stop in support of their sophomore release ‘Life and Umbrella’, a performance and an album meant to contribute to empathy and love for kids with autism.
     
    Featuring Javier Red on Piano, Jake Wark on Tenor Sax, Gustavo Cortinas on Drums and Ben Dillinger on Bass, and present in conjunction with our friends at New Ghosts, and from a June 15th, 2023 performance, it’s Javier Red’s Imagery Converter, Live at the Bop Stop.
     
    Live at the Bop Stop is made possible by The Music Settlement – serving Northeast Ohio by offering music instruction, music therapy, and early childhood education since 1912. The Music Settlement's mission is to welcome all to our music and arts community to learn, create, inspire, and heal.
     
    This program is recorded at the Robert Conrad Studios at the Bop Stop in Cleveland, Ohio, and the studios of WBWC FM on the campus of Baldwin-Wallace University in Berea, Ohio. Additional production at the Bop Stop is provided by Graham Rosen. Technical editing for the program is provided by Dr. Pete Naegele, Shawn Gilbert, and Darren Thompson through Gilazar Media.
     
    The executive producer and writer is Daniel Peck, with additional consulting production on behalf of The Music Settlement by Bryan Kennard.
     
    For extended versions of all of our shows, our Live at the Bop Stop podcast can be found on your favorite podcast app or visit our website at www.themusicsettlement.org and click the Bop Stop link.
     
    To reach out directly, email liveatthebopstop@gmail.com.
    I'm Daniel Peck. Join me again next time... Live at the Bop Stop.



    Want to Support The Bop Stop?  Donate here!
     
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    • 58 min
    Alba Trio

    Alba Trio

    All music used with permission by Alba Trio.
     


    Northeast Ohio based Alba Trio was founded as a way of exploring the potential of trumpet driven chordless trios.
     
    Anthony Taddeo is perhaps heard more often as the driving force behind Alla Boara and he serves this group from behind the drum kit. Tommy Lehman works with and leads a number of groups as one of Cleveland and Akron’s busiest trumpet players. And amidst a long career spent -among other things in revitalizing the now flourishing Cape May, New Jersey jazz scene – Tim Lekan returns to anchor this trio on bass.
     
    This performance celebrated the release of their self-titled 2022 album with a performance in the round – reconfiguring the performance space to get a different and interesting sound for this celebration.
     
    From May 15th – 2022 it’s Alba Trio – Live at the Bop Stop.
     
    Live at the Bop Stop is made possible by The Music Settlement – serving Northeast Ohio by offering music instruction, music therapy, and early childhood education since 1912. The Music Settlement's mission is to welcome all to our music and arts community to learn, create, inspire, and heal.
     
    This program is recorded at the Robert Conrad Studios at the Bop Stop in Cleveland, Ohio, and the studios of WBWC FM on the campus of Baldwin-Wallace University in Berea, Ohio. Additional production at the Bop Stop is provided by Graham Rosen. Technical editing for the program is provided by Dr. Pete Naegele, Shawn Gilbert, and Darren Thompson through Gilazar Media.
     
    The executive producer and writer is Daniel Peck, with additional consulting production on behalf of The Music Settlement by Bryan Kennard.
     
    For extended versions of all of our shows, our Live at the Bop Stop podcast can be found on your favorite podcast app or visit our website at www.themusicsettlement.org and click the Bop Stop link.
     
    To reach out directly, email liveatthebopstop@gmail.com.
    I'm Daniel Peck. Join me again next time... Live at the Bop Stop.



    Want to Support The Bop Stop?  Donate here!
     
    Contact us here

    • 58 min
    Luca Mundaca

    Luca Mundaca

    12All music used with permission by Luca Mundaca.
       
    Acclaimed guitarist & singer/songwriter of television and films, Luca Mundaca, brings brilliant melodies, profound lyrics, and a glorious blend of flavors of her native Brazil to the program. Winner of the 2008 Independent Music Awards World Fusion category, Luca Mundaca’s compositions have appeared in over a dozen films and television shows.
     
    From June 3rd, 2023, it’s An Evening With Luca Mundaca – Live at the Bop Stop.
     
    Live at the Bop Stop is made possible by The Music Settlement – serving Northeast Ohio by offering music instruction, music therapy, and early childhood education since 1912. The Music Settlement's mission is to welcome all to our music and arts community to learn, create, inspire, and heal.
     
    This program is recorded at the Robert Conrad Studios at the Bop Stop in Cleveland, Ohio, and the studios of WBWC FM on the campus of Baldwin-Wallace University in Berea, Ohio. Additional production at the Bop Stop is provided by Graham Rosen. Technical editing for the program is provided by Dr. Pete Naegele, Shawn Gilbert, and Darren Thompson through Gilazar Media.
     
    The executive producer and writer is Daniel Peck, with additional consulting production on behalf of The Music Settlement by Bryan Kennard.
     
    For extended versions of all of our shows, our Live at the Bop Stop podcast can be found on your favorite podcast app or visit our website at www.themusicsettlement.org and click the Bop Stop link.
     
    To reach out directly, email liveatthebopstop@gmail.com.
    I'm Daniel Peck. Join me again next time... Live at the Bop Stop.



    Want to Support The Bop Stop?  Donate here!
     
    Contact us here

    • 58 min
    Third Law with Sam Blakeslee

    Third Law with Sam Blakeslee

    All music used with permission by Third Law with Sam Blakeslee.
       
    Thriving jazz communities offer performers at all skill levels not only stages to play on but places to compose and perform original works.
     
    Northeast Ohio is no different, and the Third Law Collective is the music settlement’s initiative with this goal in mind. Periodically musicians from throughout the area meet up and share original works with each other and audiences. This week, we feature one of those performances.  Led by bop stop director Bryan Kinnard on flute with a guest appearance from New York based Trombonist Sam Blakeslee and from a June 29th, 2023 performance – it’s the Third Law Collective – Live at the Bop Stop.
     
    Live at the Bop Stop is made possible by The Music Settlement – serving Northeast Ohio by offering music instruction, music therapy, and early childhood education since 1912. The Music Settlement's mission is to welcome all to our music and arts community to learn, create, inspire, and heal.
     
    This program is recorded at the Robert Conrad Studios at the Bop Stop in Cleveland, Ohio, and the studios of WBWC FM on the campus of Baldwin-Wallace University in Berea, Ohio. Additional production at the Bop Stop is provided by Graham Rosen. Technical editing for the program is provided by Dr. Pete Naegele, Shawn Gilbert, and Darren Thompson through Gilazar Media.
     
    The executive producer and writer is Daniel Peck, with additional consulting production on behalf of The Music Settlement by Bryan Kennard.
     
    For extended versions of all of our shows, our Live at the Bop Stop podcast can be found on your favorite podcast app or visit our website at www.themusicsettlement.org and click the Bop Stop link.
     
    To reach out directly, email liveatthebopstop@gmail.com.
    I'm Daniel Peck. Join me again next time... Live at the Bop Stop.



    Want to Support The Bop Stop?  Donate here!
     
    Contact us here

    • 58 min
    Daversa and Cohen

    Daversa and Cohen

    All music used with permission by Daversa and Cohen.
       
    John Daversa is a distinguished trumpet-player, composer, arranger, producer, bandleader and educator. He is world-renowned for his virtuosic, dynamic and emotive style of trumpet and EVI playing, along with imaginative, genre-bending compositions and arrangements. 
     
    Tal Cohen is a Grammy award winning jazz pianist who has been playing around the Globe with Terence Blanchard, Greg Osby, and Joe Lovano at venues from Detroit to the Sydney Opera House. This week, these two team in a return Bop Stop appearance for The Art of the Duo featuring both legacy and new compositions written by the pair for this tour.
     
    Live at the Bop Stop is made possible by The Music Settlement – serving Northeast Ohio by offering music instruction, music therapy, and early childhood education since 1912. The Music Settlement's mission is to welcome all to our music and arts community to learn, create, inspire, and heal.
     
    This program is recorded at the Robert Conrad Studios at the Bop Stop in Cleveland, Ohio, and the studios of WBWC FM on the campus of Baldwin-Wallace University in Berea, Ohio. Additional production at the Bop Stop is provided by Graham Rosen. Technical editing for the program is provided by Dr. Pete Naegele, Shawn Gilbert, and Darren Thompson through Gilazar Media.
     
    The executive producer and writer is Daniel Peck, with additional consulting production on behalf of The Music Settlement by Bryan Kennard.
     
    For extended versions of all of our shows, our Live at the Bop Stop podcast can be found on your favorite podcast app or visit our website at www.themusicsettlement.org and click the Bop Stop link.
     
    To reach out directly, email liveatthebopstop@gmail.com.
    I'm Daniel Peck. Join me again next time... Live at the Bop Stop.



    Want to Support The Bop Stop?  Donate here!
     
    Contact us here

    • 58 min

Customer Reviews

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Stud3nt4 ,

Two Thumbs up for Accessible Listening!

When the pandemic hit, the work groups like BopStop did to keep us all sane with jazz was so incredible, and this podcast has been a huge part of what has kept live jazz accessible in the wake of COVID’s arrival. Their continued turnout of great live performances is a great way to gain exposure to new jazz sounds, making this podcast truly invaluable.

Thanks Live at the BopStop!

tday53 ,

Awesome!

I have been missing live shows at the Bop Stop immensely, and this podcast is just what I needed. Very excited for new content and continuing to be able to hear such great music. The only thing it needs is Gabe’s spiel on the history of the Bop Stop at the start of each show and it would feel like I’m practically there.

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