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Mark Allen

Primary Instrument: Saxophone

Born: July 22    

Mark Allen

Mark Allen hails from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, but has lived and worked in the Philadelphia area for the last six years. Mark is currently on the saxophone faculty at the University of the Arts, where he has also completed a Master's Degree in Woodwind Performance. He has had the privilege of studying with Joel Frahm, Ben Schachter, Chris Farr, and Ron Kerber. In addition to co-leading several ensembles, Mark is an active member of The Norman David Eleventet, the Captain Black Big Band, and several other Philadelphia/New York ensembles. He has shared the stage with jazz luminaries such as George Garzone, Marcus Belgrave, Wycliffe Gordon, Dick Oatts, Orrin Evans, Frank Lacy, and Tim Hagans, among others...
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Primary Instrument:
Saxophone

Willing to teach:
Intermediate to advanced students

Credentials/Background:
Senior Lecturer- University of the Arts (Philadelphia) Woodwind Faculty- Conservatory of Musical Arts (Haddonfield, NJ)

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