Fred Haas

Fred Haas, a Dartmouth graduate ('73), teaches Saxophone, Jazz Piano, Improvisation, Jazz History and Music Theory at Dartmouth College. He lives in Hartland, Vermont, and travels throughout New England and beyond performing and recording with a variety of musicians.

Fred brings to each of his performances and workshops a depth of experience and knowledge from over thirty-five years as a jazz musician and educator. His goal is to communicate a broad range of emotions through music as well as share information about the history of jazz and the art of jazz improvisation.

In 1997 Fred founded Interplay Jazz Camp, which provides an opportunity for musicians of all ages to participate in a relaxed and supportive learning environment with an experienced faculty that focuses on key aspects of the improvisational art of jazz. Daily yoga, meditation and tai chi, combined with marvelous food and a beautiful oceanside setting create the perfect atmosphere for the integration of mind, body, and spirit, thereby giving everyone the opportunity to more fully express themselves through music.

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”A world-class saxophone player”. --Pat Metheny

You won't find a more capable jazz player and teacher than Fred Haas, and that's a fact!” --Clark Terry

Albums

Telling Stories
Telling Stories
Jazz Toons
2007
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Interplay
Interplay
JazzToons
2000
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