Shayna Dulberger

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ACHE & FLUTTER


TheKillMeTrio


The Basement Recordings

SEPT. SHOWS!! September 16-28
Cellular Chaos US Midwest Tour

Saturday, September 13 1-5PM
Prohibition Era Jazz from the 20's and 30's
The Graham
Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY

Saturday, September 6
Private Wedding


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"Shayna Dulberger is an integral part of that generation who has made the commitment to unlocking further mysteries inside the tone world."
William Parker, Ache & Flutter Liner Notes

"One notices Dulberger’s playing immediately - simply put, she’s a monster."
Clifford Allen, New York City Jazz Record

"Her full-throttle quartet, covers... expansive ground, citing influences from Paul Chambers to Ornette Coleman to Ahmad Jamal."
Shaun Brady, Philadelphia City Paper

"Dulberger provides the music’s muscular backbone: she drops assertive accents, judiciously prods her cohorts without getting in anyone’s way, and contributes seething solo work that hints at the playing of one of her mentors, William Parker"
Peter Margasak, Chicago Reader

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About Shayna Dulberger
Shayna Dulberger is an upright bassist who has been living and working in NYC since 2005. Dulberger has performed throughout North America and Europe and has worked with many artists including William Parker, Bill Cole, Jonathan Moritz, and Ras Moshe. She has been an upright bassist since 1995 and attended Manhattan School of Music Preparatory Division in High School and graduated college from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University. Dulberger has released three albums as a leader. Time Out New York wrote "Led by bassist Shayna Dulberger, TheKillMeTrio [SR/2006] is one of the stronger avant-jazz groups we’ve heard in some time." Her second album "No more than a patch of wilderness is The Basement Recordings uniformly beautiful and vibrant" said New York City Jazz Record. In a review of her third album Ache & Flutter the Chicago Reader wrote "Dulberger provides the music’s muscular backbone: she drops assertive accents, judiciously prods her cohorts without getting in anyone’s way, and contributes seething solo work that hints at the playing of one of her mentors, William Parker".