This Sunday, August 7th, join Becky Ogden at Bungalow Jazz for a send off party for Todd Stoll, celebrating his 20 years with the Columbus Youth Jazz Orchestra. This is a jazz show, jam session and Potluck starting at 4pm until about 8pm this Sunday. Todd Stoll has been a leading advocate in jazz education for more than 20 years. As a performer, bandleader, educator and archivist he has dedicated his career to expanding the awareness of jazz for students and the general public alike.
Currently, Stoll holds the position of High School Music Curriculum Coordinator for Westerville City Schools and teaches both instrumental and vocal jazz ensembles. His ensembles have garnered numerous awards at festivals and competitions throughout the U.S. and he holds the distinction of being the only director to have two separate bands selected as finalists for Jazz at Lincoln Center’s prestigious Essentially Ellington Competition. As founder and leader of the CYJO, Stoll has led the ensemble on several international tours in both Europe and South America, self-produced six CDs, and collaborated with many renowned jazz artists including Clark Terry, John Faddis, Jimmy Heath, Wess “Warmdaddy” Anderson, Wycliffe Gordon, Wynton Marsalis and CJO Artistic Director Byron Stripling.
Todd Stoll “Send Off Party”
Live at Bungalow Jazz
Sunday, August 7, 4:00-8:00 p.m.
Jam Session & Potluck
BUNGALOW JAZZ is located at 2539 East Fifth Avenue in Columbus, between the intersection of I-670 with Fifth Avenue, and North Cassady Avenue. But access to the house is from Margaret Avenue.