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The Old Masters Playing Franklin Farmers Market Sept 3rd

Written By Editor on 8/30/21 | 8/30/21

The Franklin Farmers’ Market is pleased to welcome The Old Masters to the Music at the Market stage on Sunday, September 5th, 2021, 11:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. The trio is Central New York’s most versatile jazz ensemble. 
The Old Masters concentrates on standard jazz repertoire and The American Song Book. The members have had a longstanding relationship as music teachers in Otsego County, NY, and as professional musicians performing throughout New York State.
Tim Iversen, piano-voice, currently teaches instrumental music at Cooperstown C.S., is church organist at the First Baptist Church in Cooperstown and serves as a frequent music director for theatrical productions at Orpheus Theatre and SUCO, Oneonta. In addition, he performs in numerous small jazz combos such as The Native Sons Jazz Trio, The Other Guys Jazz Ensemble, Thumbs and Rancor, and The Old Masters.
Dan Martin, trombone-drums, has played in many symphonic groups, Glimmerglass Opera, Orpheus Theatre, brass ensembles, and numerous shows and jazz ensembles, both large and small. In addition, Dan was the director of the Laurens C.S. instrumental music department for 25 years, and his ensembles have won critical acclaim and hundreds of awards. He is also a noted composer and arranger.
Tom Ives, acoustic bass, received a master’s degree in music from The Crane School of Music and has taught in both public school and college settings for 31 years. He has played in many orchestras, jazz ensembles and commercial groups throughout New York State. One of these jazz groups, Compass, formed in Oneonta, NY, over 43 years ago still actively performs throughout the Northeast.
The Old Masters jazz trio concentrates on masterworks by such notables as Duke Ellington, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, and Thelonious Monk. Because of "doubling" by Tim and Dan, their motto is "A quintet's worth of music from a trio.” 
 
The performance is FREE to attend. Tables and chairs are available, and guests are welcome to bring their own seats as well. Don’t forget to purchase a sweet or some cheese and a beverage from the vendors to enjoy during the show. 
 
The Market is open 10am to 2pm in the Village of Franklin on Institute Street and includes vendors from Franklin and surrounding towns. Selling breads & rolls, beef, chicken & eggs, doggy treats, herbs, honey, jams & jellies, jewelry, maple candies and syrup, mushrooms, plant seedlings, pork & lamb, preserves, a variety of produce, relishes, Scandinavian baked goods, sunflower oil, fresh & smoked trout, and home d├ęcor.
 
Music at the Market is made possible with funds from the Delaware County Arts Grants, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered in Delaware County by the Roxbury Arts Group, the A. Lindsay & Olive B. O'Connor Foundation, and Delaware County Economic Development, New York.


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