"Time Out"

Friday, August 4
7:30 p.m.


1959 was a watershed year for “Cool Jazz”. “Time Out,” considered a cool jazz album, was released in ‘59 and had the 1st million-seller in jazz, with the single “Take Five”. Every song is a gem and a Brubeck original except Take Five, which is by Paul Desmond, Dave Brubeck Quartet’s alto saxophonist. He compared his sound to a dry martini. We are presenting a live performance of this iconic recording featuring all the tracks.

Bob Faub, Saxophone
Federico Pivetta, Piano
Matt Kendrick, Double Bass
John Wilson, Drums


$27 General Admission
$10 Ages 6-18


Piedmont Music Center

212 N Broad St
Winston-Salem, NC 27101


Blue Rondo a la Turk
Strange Meadow Lark
Take Five
Three To Get ready
Kathy’s Waltz
Everybody’s Jumping’
Pick Up Sticks


Robert Faub

An accomplished musical artist and life-long educator, Robert Faub is currently the director of the Jazz Ensemble and Instructor of Saxophone and Composition at High Point University. Robert has previously taught at SUNY Potsdam’s Crane School of Music, UNC Greensboro, Radford University, UNC Chapel Hill and Guilford College. As former Director of Instrumental Music at Caldwell Academy he built and sustained a grade 4-12 band program and composed over 50 compositions. He was a founding member of the Red Clay Saxophone Quartet, with whom he recorded and toured for 15 years. Robert also recorded two CDs with New Century Saxophone Quartet. He holds the DMA and MM in saxophone performance from UNC Greensboro and a BM in Music Education from SUNY Potsdam.

Federico Pivetta

Federico Pivetta is a versatile pianist with a unique mastery of both classical and jazz styles. As an active accompanist, chamber musician and teacher, Mr. Pivetta has made numerous recital appearances with his wife, flutist Debra Reuter- Pivetta. Mr. Pivetta is an active freelance musician and also maintains a private teaching studio. Federico Pivetta earned his Bachelor of Music degree at the UNC School of the Arts, where his teachers included Eric Larsen, Anne Epperson and Barbara Lister-Sink.

Matt Kendrick

Bassist Matt Kendrick is an award-winning bassist, composer and recording artist from Winston-Salem. He studied European classical bass at the UNC School of the Arts and Jazz Improvisation with Jerry Coker at UT Knoxville. Matt Kendrick has appeared on bass with: The Marian McPartland Trio, Ernie Watts, Gene Bertoncini, Archie Shepp, Jaki Byard, Amiri Baraka (aka Leroi Jones), Craig Harris, Dick Hyman, and JoAnne Brackeen. He also won the North Carolina Jazz Composers Fellowship twice.

John Wilson

John Wilson has been exploring his love of music in bars, clubs, concert halls, dance studios and recording spaces for nearly thirty years. A graduate of the North Carolina School of the Arts and the Manhattan School of Music, John has served as percussionist for a variety of organizations including cruise ships.