Tim Haldeman Trio with Gerald Cleaver and Andrew Bishop
Tim Haldeman experiments with woodwinds, guitars, percussion, singing, and composition.
Primarily a tenor saxophonist, Tim Haldeman experiments with woodwinds, guitars, percussion, singing, and composition. He started playing saxophones more than twenty years ago, and has been performing, touring (U.S., Europe, Canada), and recording with some of Chicago’s premiere jazz groups since 1997, including Mike Reed's People, Places and Things, and Matt Ulery’s Loom. He holds a B.A. in Jazz Performance from The Chicago College of the
Performing Arts at Roosevelt University, and has studied saxophone with Bob Shepard, Jim Gailloretto, Mark Hynes, and Ron Dewar and many others. Haldeman currently lives in his home town of Ann Arbor, where he leads his own trio and quartet, and performs with Dan Bennett's Legendary Wings, featuring Nick Collins, Matt Endahl, and Jordan Schug.
Suggested Entertainment FeeWith the goal of providing amazing hospitality with minimal rules, the Blue LLama Jazz Club doesn't have a mandatory cover charge when featuring local and regional artists. However, our mission is to bring the best talent to our community and you will see a “suggested entertainment fee” line on the check. While it's not required, you're welcome to add the suggested amount per person to help us continue our mission of presenting amazing music five days a week on the Blue LLama stage.