Mark Dresser (b. 1952) has been composing and performing solo contrabass and ensemble music professionally since 1972 throughout North America, Europe and the Far East. Emerging from the L.A. free jazz scene of the early 70's, Dresser performed with the Black Music Infinity, led by Stanley Crouch, and included Bobby Bradford, Arthur Blythe, David Murray, and James Newton. Concurrently he was performing with the San Diego Symphony. After completing B.A. and M.A. degrees at UCSD where he studied with contrabass virtuoso Bertram Turetzky and a 1983 Fulbright Fellowship in Italy with maestro Franco Petracchi, Dresser relocated to New York in 1986 after being invited to join the quartet of composer/saxophonist, Anthony Braxton. Dresser played with Braxton's longest performing quartet for nine years....
Mark Dresser: NourishmentsClean Feed Records
NourishmentsClean Feed Records
Sonic Brotherhood - DTFP Israel 2009W.E.R.F.
Live In ConcertKadima Collective
House Of MirrorsClean Feed Records
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- Nourishments by Glenn Astarita
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- Mark Dresser / Myra Melford / Michael Dessen: San Diego: April 17, 2011
- Mark Dresser, Matthias Ziegler and Denman Maroney: San Diego, February 4, 2011