Events

JAN

19

4:30 pm

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7:00 pm

AJAM Sunday

Every Sunday, Jon Lakey will lead a jam session at the winery which includes lots of great local talents, and sometimes from out of town! You never know who will show up. Either way, it’s a great way to hear some great jazz on a Sunday afternoon while sipping locally made wines. Small bites available.

JAN

22

7:30 pm

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10:00 pm

Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. present

MAINLINE JAZZ EVERY WEDNESDAY

Dan Faehnle Quartet, Jan. 22nd

Dan Faehnle’s musical career began in 2000 with a pretty big splash, playing with Diana Krall and her quartet for three years, touring the world and receiving accolades from venerable publications like the New York Times, Los Angeles Time, Jazz Time, Downbeat Magazine and among other international publications. He is originally from Ohio but his established his roots here in Oregon, having the opportunity to play with local greats like Leroy Vinnegar, Chuck Israels, Dave Frishberg and Dick Berk. His ongoing associations with these legendary musicians led him to numerous live performances and CD recordings. Faehnle has also worked with such noted musicians as Joey DeFrancesco, Eddie Harris, Zoot Sims and more.

Dan will be accompanied by Jon Lakey on bass, Alan Jones on drums and special guest.

Music starts at 7:30 pm. $5 cover at the door, 21+ only.

JAN

24

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. present

THE FACE OF JAZZ TO COME

featuring NaMu, Jan. 24th

NaMu is a Portland-based seven-piece instrumental band and brainchild of composer and trumpet player Chang Park. Born in Korea, moved to Harlem NY and then finally settling in Portland. NaMu melds genres of jazz, funk, hip/trap, metal, house/idm together into a brave new breed of sound. The word “NaMu” means tree in Korean and is represented by the kanji symbol. The band uses the concept of the tree as a metaphor for how music shapes a community. Trees spread out their roots and have far reaching effects on their surroundings, fostering ecosystems from the ground up. NaMu seeks to foster art and compassion in their community in the same way.

Members include Chang Park (trumpet), Lee Hauser (drums and electronics), Lee Burlingame (alto sax) Kaleb Davies, (drums), Miguel Hernandez (guitar), Patrick Golichink (bass).

We offer a small plate menu 6 – 9 pm. Music starts at 7:30 pm, $5 cover at the door,  21+ only.

JAN

29

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. present

MAINLINE JAZZ EVERY WEDNESDAY

TBD – stay tuned, info coming soon.

JAN

31

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

The Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. present

THE FACE OF JAZZ TO COME

Featuring Tour de Force

The newly forged power trio Tour de Force, masterfully crafts musical implements of destruction for an eager audience. At the base of the forge sits Sam Arnold, the anvil; a virtuous savage wielding a six-stringed axe. Keyboardist Dario LaPoma sits at the bellows, setting the forge ablaze with his glowing embers; breathing life into the belly of the beast. Battery technician Machado Mijiga, brings the hammer down upon the mix. With deafening crashes, the musical blade is born; a blade which penetrates the very essence of its audience. Come and experience the aural smithing at Teutonic Wines on January 31st!

We offer a small-plate menu 6 to 9 pm. $5 cover at the door. Music starts at 7:30 pm. 21+ only.

FEB

02

4:30 pm

-

7:00 pm

AJAM Sunday

Every Sunday, Jon Lakey will lead a jam session at the winery which includes lots of great local talents, and sometimes from out of town! You never know who will show up. Either way, it’s a great way to hear some great jazz on a Sunday afternoon while sipping locally made wines. Small bites available.

FEB

05

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. present

MAINLINE JAZZ EVERY WEDNESDAY

Mike Gamble’s Second Wind, Feb. 5th

Gamble is an adventurous guitarist and multi-instrumentalist whose work with electronic modes of composition are integrated endlessly into his setup. Gamble has spent the last 15 years immersed in the creative jazz, experimental rock and improvised music scene primarily in NYC, with close ties to New Orleans, Burlington, Boston, San Francisco and now in Portland OR, where he currently lives.

Mike Gamble’s second wind features Todd Sickafoose on bass and Mike Lockwood on drums.

Music starts at 7:30 pm. $5 cover. 21+ only.

FEB

07

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. present

THE FACE OF JAZZ TO COME

Featuring Noah Simpson Quartet

Come check out the infectious energy of the Noah Simpson Quartet.  The first Friday of every month, Noah Simpson brings his own exploratory spin to neo-soul and contemporary jazz.  One of the most exciting young trumpeters in the Pacific Northwest, this show will not disappoint!  The quartet will feature Chris Higgins on bass, Matt Sazima on keyboards and Daniel Rossi on drums.

Music begins at 7:30 pm. We offer a small plate menu. $5 cover at the door. 21+ only.

FEB

12

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

Wednesday, February 12

7:30 pm — 10:00 pm

Dmitri Matheny Quartet

Teutonic Wine Company

3303 SE 20th Avenue

Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. present

MAINLINE JAZZ EVERY WEDNESDAY

Dmitri Matheny Quartet, Feb. 12th

Celebrated for his warm tone, soaring lyricism and masterful technique, American musician Dmitri Matheny has been lauded as “one of the most emotionally expressive improvisers of his generation” (International Review of Music).  First introduced to jazz audiences in the 1990s as the protégé of Art Farmer, Matheny has matured into “one of the jazz world’s most talented horn players” (San Francisco Chronicle).

Born on Christmas Day, 1965 in in Nashville,Tennessee, Dmitri was raised in Georgia and Arizona. Attracted to his father’s collection of jazz and classical LP records, Dmitri began piano lessons at age 5, switched to the trumpet at age 9, and took up the flugelhorn at 18. Click here to read more.

Musician line up includes Dmitri Matheny on flugehorn, Steve Christofferson on piano, Eric Gruber on bass and Michael Reynor on drums.

Show will begin at 7:30, we offer a small plate menu, $5 cover charge at the door,  21+ only.

FEB

14

6:30 pm

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9:30 pm

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with

Rebecca Kilgore

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Rebecca Kilgore, one of America’s leading song stylist who finds particular delight in preserving and interpreting the music of the Great American Songbook. She will be accompanied by Dan Gaynor on piano and Jon Lakey on bass.

Chef Johanna Ware has prepared a special diner menu, each course paired with a Teutonic wine.

Valentine’s Day Dinner Menu

Starter – chicken liver mousse crostini with apple jam and pickled mustard seeds

First – Dungeness crab and citrus salad, miso lemon vinaigrette

Second – spiced beef tenderloin, coconut-creamed greens, potato

Dessert – warm chocolate mochi cake, salted caramel, cardamon crème anglaise, berries

$115 per peron – includes dinner, wine and live performance. Seating is limited, 21+ only.

Click here to purchase your ticket!

FEB

19

7:30 pm

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10:00 pm

Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. present

MAINLINE JAZZ EVERY WEDNESDAY

featuring John Stowell Trio, Feb. 19th

John is a unique jazz guitarist influenced as much by pianists and horn players as he is by guitarists. His original take on harmony, chords and improvisation sets him apart.

He has taught internationally for over 40 years in every educational setting.
His clinics are informal, hands-on and informative. In addition to music theory and guidelines for improvisation, John shares his professional experience with the business of music.

John Stowell will be accompanied by Jon Lakey on bass and Alan Jones on drums.

We offer a small plate menu (6 to 9 pm). Music starts at 7:30 pm, $5 cover at the door, 21+ only

FEB

26

7:30 pm

-

10:00 pm

Alan Jones Academy of Music and Teutonic Wine Co. present

MAINLINE JAZZ EVERY WEDNESDAY

Featuring Alan Jones Sextet

Stay tuned, more info to come.