Friday, July 26, 2024 - 6:00pm to 11:30pm

Cyrus Nabipoor plays at the 1905

Two Shows - 6:00p and 8:15p

Trumpeter, composer and educator Cyrus Nabipoor splits his time between New Orleans and his hometown of Portland, OR. He speaks through the horn with an earnest & distinctive voice which soars over a unique style of crossover-jazz. Cyrus has been a featured artist at the PDX Jazz Fest, Cathedral Park Fest, Montavilla Jazz Fest, New Orleans French Quarter Fest, and Instigation Fest. He has had several works commissioned by Portland Jazz Composer’s Ensemble. In addition to leading his own group, Cyrus is a member/collaborator of Reb & The Good News, Noruz, Korgy & Bass and Puddletown Stompers. He has had the pleasure of working with artist such as Jamison Ross, Elle King, Tarriona “Tank” Ball, Nicky Youre, James Singleton, Jason Marsalis, Steve Masakowski, Mike Dillon, Stanton Moore, Larry Sieberth, Alan Jones, Dan Balmer, Nicole McCabe & more. Cyrus has produced horn tracks for artists including Nicky Youre, Peach Tree Rascals, Clubhouse, and David Hugo. 

Late Show - Alan Jones - 9:45p - $20 - $25

Born from humble Pacific Northwest roots, Alan Jones has enjoyed a rich performing career both in Portland and across Europe. Beginning his touring career at just 16 years old with Amsterdam-based organist Count Dutch, Alan’s performing career has since traveled into an escapade involving some of jazz’s greatest living artists. As a performer, Alan’s discography ranges from local legends such as Jim Pepper and Ralph Towner to international phenomena like Kenny Wheeler and Lee Konitz. His own band, the Alan Jones Sextet, has recorded four albums to date and performs regularly. Alan also leads several other groups, most notably Social Music, which enjoy a regular performing schedule in some of Portland’s most notable venues. Alan Jones’ Social Music presents music “for the people,” aiming to create an atmosphere of refreshment, relaxation, and camaraderie. In addition to maintaining a steady performing career, Alan has established himself as one of Portland’s premier jazz educators. Established 2007, the Alan Jones Academy of Music (AJAM) has gained a reputation of producing excellent musicians – students routinely appear on local stages, produce their own records, and even participate in international festivals. AJAM’s all- inclusive atmosphere has made a mark on Portland’s jazz scene, allowing students of all ages and abilities to thrive musically. Recently, with groups like Social Music, Alan has pioneered a movement to make live music more accessible to the public and more contributive to a friendly and social atmosphere. 


July 26, 2024
6:00 pm to 11:30 pm
20 - 25


(503) 460-3333
830 N Shaver St
Portland, OR 97227

Every day of the week in the evenings, and often multiple times per day on weekends, The 1905 plays host to the exquisite jazz community that Portland has to offer. In addition to keeping a finger on the pulse of the local scene, The 1905 has hosted internationally recognized musicians such as 5 time Grammy award-winner Antonio Sanchez, and Jazz greats like Ralph Peterson Jr.