The Midiri Brothers Orchestra

Small Group Jazz Ensembles

(Left to right) Jack Hegyi, Bob Leary, Midiri bros., Jim Lawlor, Dan Tobias
(Left to right) Jack Hegyi, Bob Leary, Midiri bros., Jim Lawlor, Dan Tobias.
Photo: Lynn Redmile

Personnel: Joe Midiri, Paul Midiri, Dan Tobias, Jim Lawlor, Ed Wise, Bob Leary.
Photo taken at Medford, Oregon Jazz Fest.

The brilliant guitarist Bob Leary is the newest addition to the Midiri Brothers’ ensembles. 
The Midiri Brothers have appreciated and enjoyed his swinging guitar solos and entertaining vocals.
Both have been a hit with audiences everywhere.


Above: The Barnhardt-Midiri Quartet featuring: Anne Barnhardt (flute), Jeff Barnhardt (piano), Joe Midiri (Bb clarinet & bass Clarinet), Paul Midiri (percussion)

Featured at the Great Connecticut JazzFest, the Midiri Brothers Sextet are pictured above "ready to roll" for their next standing-room only set. Star Click here to view individual member bios.

In 2002, The Midiri Brothers Sextet made their West Coast debut at the Costa Mesa Orange County Classic Jazz Festival in California and were the official hit of the festival, so much so that L.A. Jazz magazine stated “Catch them whenever you can!” as well as “their sextet is one of the most exciting small group swing units around today.”

In 2004, The Midiri Brothers Sextet made their debut at the Wine Country Vintage Jazz Festival, held on September 3-5, 2004 at the DoubleTree Hotel in Rohnert Park, CA., as well as the Sun Valley Swing & Dixie Jazz Jamboree.  In May of 2005, the Sextet will make their debut at the Sacramento Jazz Jubilee. Click here for full bio...

Click here to read what members of the Press have to say about the Midiri Brothers Sextet...


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