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Primary Instrument: Piano

Born: February 24, 1965    

Marc Sabatella is a jazz pianist based in Denver, Colorado. Whether playing with his award-winning band, in solo performance, or in partnership with other musicians, Marc emphasizes textural variety, energetic yet intelligent improvisation, and a creative sense of groove. The result is an intensely personal music that has proven to have unusually broad appeal. Marc has developed a strong reputation both within the jazz community and among musicians and audiences that would not otherwise claim an interest in jazz.

Marc's playing encompasses the entire tradition of modern jazz piano, with influences including Oscar Peterson, Bill Evans, Thelonious Monk, Herbie Hancock, Keith Jarrett, and Don Pullen. Marc is also influenced by the musical and compositional ideas of visionaries like Charles Mingus, John Coltrane, and Ornette Coleman. Marc incorporates elements of bebop, modalism, and free improvisation into his compositions and his playing, yet his music is always branded with his own instantly recognizable sound....
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    Falling Grace

    Tzadik
    2000
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    The Spanish Inquisition

    Tzadik
    1997

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Featured recording “Determination”

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Determination

Outside Shore Music (2008)

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Primary Instrument:Piano

Location:Wheat Ridge, CO

Willing to teach:Advanced students only.

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Marc Sabatella is famous for his texts, A Jazz Improvisation Primer" (also published as "A Whole Approach To Jazz Improvisation Primer) and "The Harmonic Language Of Jazz Standards". Marc teaches a year-long course jazz theory at the college level and can produce a clinic on virtually any topic relating to improvisation or theory. Some possible clinics include: - Development of melodic ideas - Use of jazz scale - Learning harmony by ear
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