Fall 2015

New performance dates, finalized quartet recording date, documentary trailer.

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Wall Street Journal Video

Hey All, Below you’ll find a short video my quartet and I filmed for the Wall Street Journal; it’s part of a series which attempts to explain complex financial terms...
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“Dream House” Reviewed in Hot House/ NY Times Mention

Hey all, I hope you’ve been enjoying this oddly warmer-than-normal holiday season! George Kanzler and Gwen Kelley of Hot House Jazz Magazine took the time to feature my...
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Post-Jazz Gallery/November Performances

Greetings all, Thank you to everyone who came out to the Jazz Gallery last week- we had a really great time playing for you. I have to say, the JG has become one of my favorite...
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An Interview with The Jazz Gallery

Greetings to everyone- I hope you all are enjoying this beautiful fall season we’re having. This Thursday, October 30th, I will be making my debut at The Jazz Gallery with...
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Dream House is the debut album of saxophonist Alex LoRe with his trio, released April 26, 2014 on Greg Osby’s Inner Circle Music. The album’s core trio includes bassist Desmond White and drummer Colin Stranahan, and features internationally acclaimed saxophonist George Garzone – LoRe’s mentor. Dream House includes eight songs in total – six compositions penned by LoRe, one by the trio’s bassist White, and the hauntingly beautiful Duke Ellington composition, “Tonight I Shall Sleep”, arranged by LoRe.

Upcoming Shows

  • Mon
    20
    Jun
    2016

    Lucas Pino's "No Net" Nonet

    7:30pm

    Dizzy's Club Coca Cola
    New York, NY

  • Tue
    28
    Jun
    2016

    Alex LoRe 4

    9pm

    Cornelia Street Cafe
    29 Cornelia St
    New York, NY 10014
    www.corneliastreetcafe.com

    Double bill with the Paul Jones Group. With Nick Sanders (p); Martin Nevin (bass); Mark Whitfield Jr.(drums). 

  • Wed
    03
    Aug
    2016

    Alex LoRe Quartet

    10pm

    Smalls Jazz Club
    New York, NY

    With Glenn Zaleski (piano); Desmond White (bass); Colin Stranahan (drums)

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