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Andrew Hartman Quartet
August 13, 2017
5:00 P.M.

In 2011, Andrew Hartman left his life as a guitarist/composer/bandleader in Columbus, OH for unknown prospects in London, England. Making the move with no job or contacts line-up, Hartman thrived on a steady diet of practice, jam sessions, and chips. The experiences served as a catalyst for new music and his later move to New York City.

Those experiences have laid the foundation for Hartman’s most recent album, “Compass,” his second full-length recording. Released in May 2017, “Compass” features the saxophonist Chris Cheek, bassist Ike Sturm, and drummer Zach Harmon and has been described as “... an engaging and exceptional work of art” in All About Jazz.

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