Musician Profile Search Results: “reeds”

Aaron Heick

Aaron Heick is a saxophonist and woodwind player, based in New York City, who has worked with everyone under the sun, . from Chaka Khan to Barbra Streisand, and from Sting to Frank Sinatra. You might also know him from his work as a...

Alan Lechusza

Alan Lechusza is quickly gaining ground as one of the new woodwind players/improvisers to watch. His versatility on all the woodwind instruments (western and non-western aero phones) both as an improviser and as a studio musician has led...

Albert Hamme

Al Hamme is a woodwind artist, clinician, conductor, arranger and composer. He has recorded with Slam Stewart, Phil Woods, Tom Harrell, Peter Appleyard, Richard Wyans, Bucky Pizzarelli, Tony Marino, Mike Holober, Sherrie Maricle, Ann...

Alex Coke

Alex Coke, born in Dallas, Texas, an original member of the Creative Opportunity Orchestra, has performed with Tina Marsh in various formations for 22 years. For ten years he played and recorded with the internationally renowned Dutch jazz...

Alfred Harth

Alfred 23 Harth is a German multimedia artist, band leader, musician and composer who is mixing the genres in a polystylistic manner. As a person with synesthesia he uses numerology inspired by mystical sources as well as by Alban Berg and...

Allan Praskin

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Allen S Price

Allen Price Musician Clarinets, Flutes, Saxophones, Classical Recorders, Allen Price is a Wood Wind, Multi –Instrumentalist, Concert Piano Tuner Technician, and Music Educator. Retired from government service. Is now a Self employed free...

Anthony Braxton

To his list of achievements and awards, Anthony Braxton may now add the 1994 MacArthur Fellowship: the so-called “genius" grant of (in his case) $300,000, awarded to individuals nominated for outstanding and original contributions to...

Arne Domnerus

Sven Arne Domnerus was a Swedish jazz alto saxophonist and clarinetist, popularly nicknamed Dompan. He was best known for his recordings with visiting American players such as jazz artists such as James Moody, Art Farmer and Clifford...

Ben Kono

Since moving to New York City in 1999, woodwind performer and saxophonist Ben Kono has been attracting attention as a singular emerging voice in cutting-edge groups like Darcy James Argue's Secret Society and the John Hollenbeck Large...

Charlie Mariano

Charlie Mariano is an American jazz alto saxophonist. He played with one of the Stan Kenton big bands, Toshiko Akiyoshi (his then wife), Charles Mingus, Eberhard Weber, the United Jazz and Rock Ensemble and numerous other notable...

Charlie Munro

Charlie Munro was jazz reedist and flautist born in New Zealand but based chiefly out of Australia. Munro moved to Sydney when he was 21, and played in the bands of Myer Norman and Wally Parks in addition to work as a sideman on various...

Chris Greco

Saxophonist, clarinetist, and flutist Chris Greco free lanced, recorded, explored small, medium, and large group formats and was a significant contributor to the jazz culture of Los Angeles during the 1980's and the 1990's. His Los Angeles...

Chris Potter

Born in Chicago on New Year’s Day 1971 and moving to Columbia, South Carolina as an infant, the prodigious youngster began fooling around on guitar and piano at the age of three. He took up the alto sax at the age of ten and played on...

Chris Reza

Whether it's jazz, classical, musical theatre, big band, blues, rock, funk or Latin, Chris Reza is comfortable with any musical style or form. A woodwind specialist, composer and educator from the Dallas area, Chris plays fifteen different...

Christof Knoche

Saxophonist, bass clarinetist, and composer Christof Knoche was born in Bremen, Germany, in 1967. At about 16, he started playing the saxophone. Following his graduation from high school and two years of obligatory German civil service, he...

Christopher White

About Dr. Christopher K White (BMI) - alto saxophone, soprano saxophone, flute, composer. Born in Northern California, Christopher White grew up in small town America where he found musical success early, playing his first professional gig...

Colin Stetson

Woodwind player Colin Stetson can play powerfully while circularly breathing for long periods, can draw multiphonics out of a sax with great skill, and can command an audience's attention with his focus and melodic improvisations. Stetson...

Craig Buhler

Among Craig Buhler’s 5 self-produced recordings are a swing dance CD, a live jazz CD, and his latest, an adaptation of jazz for youth. He has been a professional jazz, rock, & dance musician for 20 years, having participated in over 25...

David Burnett

Versed in sight reading and improvisation, David Burnett keeps a full woodwind studio and performs regularly in San Diego and surrounding areas. Venues David Burnett has performed at include The House of Blues, Carnegie Hall, and various...

Dawan Muhammad

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Donald Denzin

The former Chief Human Resources Officer for two NYSE-traded companies, Don Denzin is also a seasoned jazz reed player. Throughout his 25+ year corporate career, he has successfully adapted the rubrics of jazz improvisation to workplace...

Eero Koivistoinen

Eero Koivistoinen (born January 13, 1946), one of the all-time greats in Finnish jazz and saxophone, arrived in the Finnish jazz scene in the mid-60s. Ever since, he has been one of the most distinguished and trusted jazz musicians in...

Enrique Fernandez

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Eric Daniel

Born in Washington, D.C., USA on May 24th, 1952 Began musical studies age 9 (clarinet). Began performing publicly at age 12.Joined American Federation of Musicians at age 16 in Boston, MA, USA. Advanced musical studies at New England...

Eric Dolphy

Eric Allan Dolphy was a jazz musician who played alto saxophone, flute and bass clarinet. Dolphy was one of several groundbreaking jazz alto players to rise to prominence in the 1960s. He was also the first important bass clarinet soloist...

Eric Kloss

Eric Kloss is a world renowned alto and tenor saxophonist, a multi-instrumentalist, recording artist, composer, clinician, educator, and television personality. Blind from birth music became his vision. A true child prodigy he performed...

Ernie Watts

Two-time Grammy Award winner Ernie Watts is one of the most versatile and prolific saxophone players on the music scene. In a diverse career that has spanned more than thirty years, he has been featured on more than 500 recordings by...

Frank Vacin

Frank Vacin has been living and working in New York City since 1991. He presently lives with his family in Manhattan . A baritone saxophonist and woodwind doubler Frank also plays soprano, alto, and tenor saxophones, contra alto, bass,...

Fredrik Lundin

Since arriving on the Danish Jazz scene in 1981 this elegant and explosive musician has been searching relentlessly into the realms of experimental and contemporary music. A truly original and virtuoso voice, performing in bands such as...

Gary Anderson

Gary Anderson is considered by many to be one of the most multi-talented musicians in the studios today. Known for being an incredibly versatile composer in a variety of genres for both stage and screen, Anderson combines his deep...

Gary Foster

An excellent, cool-toned straight-ahead altoist influenced by Lee Konitz and Warne Marsh, Gary Foster's years in the studios have often been underrated despite his talents. He graduated from the University of Kansas in 1961 and soon...

George Gosieski

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Gunter Hampel

Louis Armstrong came streaming from the radio of a US army truck (1945) in the backyard of Gunter Hampel's home in Germany, and young Gunter, already immersed in European classical music, became intrigued with this new sound. A variety of...

Harvey Wainapel

Saxophonist/clarinetist Harvey Wainapel (pronounced “wine-apple”) has performed with the likes of McCoy Tyner, Joe Lovano, Ray Charles, Dave Brubeck, Joe Henderson, and Johnny Coles. Besides working with these and numerous other...

Henry Threadgill

Threadgill first performed as a percussionist in his high school marching band before taking up the baritone saxophone and later a large portion of the woodwind instrument family. He soon settled primarily upon the alto saxophone and the...

Hepa Halme

Hepa Halme is a composer and woodwind player, who has worked professionally for 30 years in the Helsinki area. His artistic range covers everything from punk rock to performance and beyond...

Ira Sullivan

Sullivan is that rare thing, a true multi-instrumentalist, capable of improvising statements of worth on all his instruments. He was taught trumpet by his father, saxophone by his mother and played both in 50s Chicago with such seminal...

Jack Cooper

Jack Cooper is an American jazz composer, arranger, orchestrator, multireedist, and music educator. Most notably he has written music for well-known and Grammy winning pop, jazz, and classical artists to include Aaron Neville, Joyce Cobb,...

James Moody

For over six decades, saxophone master James Moody has serenaded lovers with his signature song Moody's Mood for Love an improvisation on the chord progressions of I'm in the Mood for Love. Born in Savannah, Georgia on March 26, 1925, and...

Jan Klare

Jan Klare (sax, fl, cl, comp) born 1961. Lived in Düsseldorf from 1979 to 1987. WDR- production with folk-jazzgroup Gandalin (1985 winner of »WDR- Stadtmusik«). moved to London in 1987, where he worked with Harry Beckett, Ricardo Santos...

Jean-Francois Bonnel

Jean-François Bonnel , né le 5 juin 1959 à Gien Loiret Instruments : clarinette, saxophones, cornet à pistons, guitare, piano... Etudie le piano puis la clarinette au conservatoire de Montpellier puis Aix en Provence. Médaille d'or de...

Jerome Richardson

Jerome Richardson's ability to double on a number of instruments in the reed/woodwind family kept him in steady employment for half a century. A first-call reed player in New York and Hollywood, Richardson's work on saxophones and flute...

Jesper Nehammer

CV: Dentist, Dental Technician, Acupuncturist, Saxophonist, Sound Engineer, Flash Programmer. --- Graduated from Aurehøj Gymnasium, Music Line 1965 Graduated from Danish Dental College 1975 Dentist, Own Office 1980-1997 General Dentist...

Joe Higham

Tenor, alto and soprano saxophones, B flat clarinet After studying sculpture at the Brighton College of Art & Design he went to the CAT in Newcastle (now the Newcastle University) where he graduated in Light Music (nowadays called jazz)....

Joe McPhee

Since his emergence on the creative jazz and new music scene in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s, Joe McPhee has been a deeply emotional composer, improviser, and multi-instrumentalist, as well as a thoughtful conceptualist and...

Kalaparush Maurice McIntyre

Kalaparush Maurice McIntyre is a multiple reed specialist who has appeared throughout the world in festivals and clubs, at colleges and universities, and on television and radio. His musical associations have included performers such as...

Karlheinz Miklin

1983-2000 dean of the Jazz department at the Music University Graz. Associate Jazz Artist at the Royal Academy London. 2003 - 2012 Chairman of the IASJ - International Association of Schools of Jazz. 2002 - 2009 Vice-chairman Advisory...

Ken Robinson

Ken Robinson is a freelance woodwind player in the Philadelphia area. He can be seen in many venues throughout the region. With over twenty years of experience, he performs regularly on saxophone, clarinet, and flute. Ken has performed...

Klaus Lessmann

Klaus Lessmann (Clarinetist, Saxophonist, Composer, Arranger, Conductor) Originally from Burghausen (Germany), he studied classical music and jazz at the Musikhochschule Graz (Austria) and has lived since 1986 near Siena in Italy. He...
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