Eric Storckman

?Jazz trombonist/composer Erick Storckman is the kind of artist who can fall too easily between the cracks in a 21st century musical landscape divided up between Wynton Marsalis-school classicists and unrelentingly avant-garde free jazzers.
?His trombone playing is impressive as is his mellifluous tone.? ?(Scrapbook) makes an emotional connection on a personally revealing level, and has a dash of hot sauce put in for good measure.? Audiophile Voice

?Storckman?s tone and control on the trombone are delicious, smooth and velvety?… His lyric style on the ballad ?Barbara? is particularly beautiful, somewhat reminiscent of Urbie Green, while the plunger-mute solos on the light-hearted shuffle ?Barefoot Dance? fairly brim with good humor. His compositional prowess is impressive; his tunes have grace, balance and flow, and his melodies are frequently hummable??(Scrapbook shows) not only promise, but also a considerable amount of delivery. I?m looking forward to hearing more of Erick Storckman, especially his horn, composing and arranging.? 52nd St Jazz

?Breathtaking balladry? The New York Times