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Adam Schroeder

Los Angeles based Baritone Saxophonist Adam Schroeder has rapidly become a major force throughout the global jazz scene. Schroeder; a first call for a growing multitude of musical circumstances, is known equally for his hard- driving...

Alberto Pinton

Saxophonist and woodwinds player Alberto Pinton has been performing on the European and international jazz and improvised music scenes since the mid-eighties. Alberto Pinton Nascent, his new band, has recently recorded a new cd of original...

Allison Leigh Wiks

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Andreas Andersson

Born in 1975 in Kalix. Educated at the Skurups Folkhögskola and at the Music Conservatory in Malmö, Sweden. Resident in Malmö. Andreas has with his powerful sound and lyrical playing marked himself as one of Sweden's most personal...

Andrew Hadro

Andrew Hadro was not born into an especially musically inclined family. Nor does he remember why or when he decided to pursue music. He has however, dedicated his life to music and spent thousands of hours honing his abilities, working to...

B.J. Jansen

B.J. Jansen, born January 3rd 1981 in Cincinnati (now residing in New York City), has established himself as a charismatic and dynamic performer, composer, bandleader and educator on and off the stage. B.J.’s journey in music began at...

Billy Carrion Jr

Welcome to my music page! I play the baritone saxophone, bass, percussion and other instruments. I have been blessed to play as a side man alongside musicians like Eddie Palmieri, Ray Barretto, Ruben Rodriguez, Joe Magnarelli, Tom Vella...

Brian Landrus

Born on September 14, 1978, Landrus grew up in Reno, Nevada, and discovered the saxophone at 12. An excitable kid with a wild streak, he fell in love with the horn, a passion stoked by his middle school band teacher Frank Perry, who gave...

Cecil Payne

Cecil Payne (born December 14, 1922) is a jazz baritone saxophonist born in Brooklyn, NY. Payne can also play the alto saxophone and flute. He has played with other jazz greats, such as Illinois Jacquet, Machito, Woody Herman, Randy...

Charles Evans

Charles Evans decided to become a baritone saxophone specialist at the age of seventeen, after playing alto saxophone for five years. After attending the Pennsylvania Governor’s School for the Arts in 1997, he set out to develop a...

Charles Tyler

Charles Tyler was a standout baritone sax player who excelled in avant garde and free improvisation. He is best known for his work with tenor man Albert Ayler. Tyler started out on piano, and then went from alto sax to baritone. He had...

Charlie Kohlhase

Alto, tenor and baritone saxophonist Charlie Kohlhase has been a mainstay of Boston’s jazz scene for over twenty years. Whether leading his two newest bands, performing in a dozen others or writing over 50 compositions, his music spans a...

Chris Mallec

My name is chris mallec and i am currently a Jazz Studies major at San Diego State University. I play in jazz combo V there but also play in the Univserity of San Diego's Jazz Band. My instrument obviously is the bari sax and I consider...

Claire Daly

After attending the Berklee College of Music, she began an education of another kind — making a living as a musician. Her career has included anchoring the sax section in the Diva Big Band for 7 yrs, freelancing in New York doing...

Dale Fielder

Dale Fielder is an American jazz saxophonist, composer and band leader. He is a multi-instrumentalist who plays all four saxophones: soprano, alto, tenor and baritone with equal authority. He is known for his original compositions and...

Dave Sewelson

Dave was born in Oakland, California, in 1952. There was a half-size violin kept in the closet in case he wanted to be a concert violinist. He played trumpet at the age of nine, moving to baritone horn at the age of eleven, followed by a...

Frank Basile

Frank Basile is one of New York’s busiest and most in-demand baritone saxophonists. Since moving to New York in 2001, Basile has been heard with The Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, The Dizzy Gillespie All Star Big Band, The Jimmy Heath Big...

Fred Ho

Fred Ho is a one-of-a-kind revolutionary Chinese American baritone saxophonist, composer, writer, producer, political activist and leader of the Afro Asian Music Ensemble and the Monkey Orchestra. For two decades, he has innovated an Afro...

Gail Thompson

A gifted British baritone player, composer, flutist, and big-band leader, Gail Thompson’s music is comparable to that of Quincy Jones or Abdullah Ibrahim. Along with her hard bop jazz sound, she stirs in a soulful touch of African spirit...

Gary Smulyan

Baritone saxophonist Gary Smulyan is critically acclaimed as one of the major voices on the baritone saxophone today. As a teenager growing up on Long Island, Gary had the opportunity to perform with Lee Konitz, Chet Baker, and Jimmy...

George Haslam

George Haslam, Baritone Sax and Tarogato, born in Preston, England, 22 February 1939.Voted 19th All Time World Greatest Baritone Saxist in Japanese Encyclopaedia of Jazz. Led first British jazz group to play Cuba 1986, first British...

Gerry Mulligan

Gerry Mulligan grew up in Philadelphia and first learned piano, which he played occasionally. While in his teens, he wrote arrangements for Johnny Warrington's radio band (1944) and played reed instruments professionally. After moving to...

Giulia Barba

2013 // July 11th // 5 STAR REVIEW “SURPRISING INNOVATIVE AVANT-GARDE" written by Jan Jasper Tamboer on Dutch newspaper HET PAROOL. 2013 // June 17th // OFFICIAL DATE OF ALBUM RELEASE: THE ANGRY ST.BERNARD (Blue Serge Records, Egea...

Glenn D. Wilson

For over 30 years, Glenn Wilson has been at the forefront of the jazz baritone saxophone world. The All Music Guide recently described him as “an unsung hero in modern jazz”. His music has been described as ‘free-bop’, rooted in...

Hamiet Bluiett

The finest baritone saxophonist of the 1970s and beyond, Hamiet Bluiett has demonstrated a huge, impressive sound, superb technique, and a mastery of his horn in every register. In his solos, he can provide an array of tonal colors and...

Hank Levy Legacy Band

ABOUT HANK LEVY Hank came of age in the 1940s, when big bands crisscrossed the country playing one-nighters, and when people in Baltimore and other cities regularly went out dancing in nightclubs and ballrooms. There were many excellent...

Harry Carney

Harry Carney was a long tenured featured soloist in Duke Ellington's band and the first baritone saxophone soloist in jazz. Carney joined Duke Ellington's Orchestra when he was 17 in 1927 and remained for over 46 years, passing away in...

Jack Nimitz

Although he has had a long and productive career, Jack Nimitz has long been underrated, not getting a chance to lead his own record session until a 1995 set for Fresh Sound, when he was already 65. He started on the clarinet when he was...

Jason Miele

Baritone Saxophonist Jason Miele, is a native of Boston Ma. and a steady performer on the New England music scene for over 10 years. After picking up the baritone sax at the age of 12, Jason made quick progress towards mastering his...

Jason W. Marshall

Jason Marshall’s 2003 arrival in New York City signified the continuation of hard swinging, forward thinking baritone saxophone playing. With early encouragement to appreciate all musical genres, Jason exhibits a style that encompasses...

Jeffrey Sapin

young Bari player with 10 years experience. Jazz, Bop, Hip-Hop, Electronic, and Rock. Current Work with Ded Pigeons; George Fry and M. Benjamen Rosen; and solo as Vt. Arbor

Jim Hartog

Moving to New York immediately after graduation, Jim Hartog became a free- lance musician, performing with such artists as Jaki Byard, the Mingus Big Band, the Village Vanguard Orchestra, the Kool Jazz World Music Concert (with Karl...

John Korchok

Born in Timmins, Ontario, lived in Canada until 2001. I played with art rock bands like Icarus, the Warm Jets and Tekst. As a member of Tekst, I played at the Music Gallery in Toronto and recorded “Avatamsaka's Wave Packet". Currently...

Jon Ritchie

Glasgow based saxophonist and band leader, Jon Ritchie.

Josh Sinton

Raised in New Jersey, Josh Sinton has gone on to perform and study throughout the world. After living in Europe and the Middle East during high school, he moved to Chicago where he studied music at both the University of Chicago and the...

Kenny Berger

Kenny Berger is a highly regarded, long standing presence on the New York jazz scene in a variety of capacities. Well known as one of New York’s top baritone saxophonists and composer-arrangers, with a wealth of experience in both small...

Lars Gullin

Lars Gullin was born May 4, 1928, on the island of Gotland, off the Swedish east coast. Legend say he could read music before he learned to read Swedish. His first instrument was an accordion of the simplest kind. A few years later it was...

Lauren Sevian

Grammy award winning saxophonist Lauren Sevian has been performing professionally since the age of 12, first on the piano, then on the saxophone. At the age of 16 she won the Count Basie Invitational soloing competition, which led to a...

Leo Parker

Leo Parker was the proud owner of a big, beefy baritone sax tone and a fluent technique that struck a great match between the gritty, down-home feeling of R&B and the advanced harmonies of bebop. At first, he studied alto in high school,...

Marc Rosen

Rosen's first professional gig was at the age of 14.playing with a variety band called “Sweet Thunder". They played all over the Midwest for several years. Rosen went to University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign as a music major on...

Mark Schenkel

Mark Schenkel was born and raised in New York and has been playing sax and woodwinds since elementary school. Mark moved to South Florida at age 16 and completed high school at the Broward School of Performing Arts before attending the...

Matt Roche

Roach, born(Matt Roche) in Ga. in 1980 is a baritone saxophonist. He played in a punk/ska/dub/reggae style band called Skatamatic for 11 yrs. You may contact him if you actually care about this crap you're reading.

Michael Delceg

Mike Delceg Flute, Soprano Sax, Baritone Sax Mike Delceg grew up in the New York City region and saw many of the greats like Coltrane and Monk in places like Birdland and the Village Vanguard. While attending Rutgers University he played...

Nick Brignola

Internationally renowned jazz baritone saxophonist Nick Brignola came from a musical family in Troy, N.Y. His grandfather played tuba and his father worked his way through school playing banjo and guitar at parties and dances. Nick, mainly...

Nick Gianni

Nick began performing at the age of 16. His grandfather played Saxophone in local NYC big bands and made sure Nick had strong musical training. Nick eventually made his way to NYC's Downtown Jazz scene playing in Luther Thomas band, which...

Nick Moran - sax

Nick Moran was born in 1972 and grew up in and around Detroit, Michigan. After studying classical saxophone, flute and clarinet in college Nick settled in Chicago where he currently lives. He has performed with the Glenn Miller, Tommy...

Paul Martin

Student musician. Leader of a small student quartet. Bari sax and piano.

Pepper Adams

Pepper Adams was one of hard bop's most significant baritone saxophonists. His dark, hearty tone on the horn and driving rhythmic sense provided the antithesis to the lighter, floating (and consequently more popular) styles of Gerry...

Roger Rosenberg

An A-list baritone man for over three decades, Roger Rosenberg studied at Indiana University, The New England Conservatory of Music, and under the tutelage of players like Phil Woods and composers like Harold Seletsky. He has worked with a...
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