Stephen Anderson Trio: Dan Davis and Jason Foureman
Meet the other players of the Stephen Anderson Trio
JASON FOUREMAN was born in Durham and earned an undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 2000. In 2005 he was awarded a teaching assistantship at the University of Louisville where he taught and received his masters degree in jazz studies. While at the University of Louisville, Foureman had the unique opportunity to travel throughout Russia, Finland, Estonia, and Sweden performing and teaching jazz clinics. In 2006, Foureman was awarded a position in the Betty Carter Jazz Ahead program and had performances in Washington, DC at the Kennedy Center.
He has performed with Cedar Walton, Eric Alexander, Corky Hale, Harry Pickens, Jim Snidero, Jamey Aebersold, Kenny Werner, Terri Lyne Carrington, Joel Frahm, and Slide Hampton among others.
DAN DAVIS was born in Lexington. At age 13, he began formal study with Massie Johnson at the North Carolina School of the Arts. Upon graduating from high school, Dan continued his percussion studies at East Carolina University. While at East Carolina, he studied percussion with Harold Jones and Mark Ford and was the 1987 national winner of the Music Teachers National Association collegiate artist competition in the percussion division. In 1988 he won the ECU. concerto competition. He graduated from ECU in 1989 with a degree in percussion and music education. Davis moved to the Triangle in 1990 and began a performing career steeped in the jazz, blues and r&b tradition. He has made over a dozen recordings in a variety of musical genres and continues to perform regularly with a diverse group of local and regional musicians .